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United to set notable attendance feat on Saturday

Written by Dan King

Saturday's game against Watford is already sold out, with more than 52,000 supporters set to pack St. James' Park.

And that means Newcastle will start the season with seven consecutive home league crowds of more than 51,000 for the first time since 2005/06. 

Kicking off the current campaign with a 52,077 crowd against Tottenham, United were then watched by 52,093 in their next home game, a 3-0 win against West Ham.

September's 2-1 victory over Stoke was played in front of 51,795 and the next three matches at St. James' Park all sold out.

The 1-1 draw with Liverpool was watched by 52,303; 52,251 attended the win over Crystal Palace; and most recently, 52,237 turned out for the match against AFC Bournemouth earlier this month. 

On Wednesday morning, it was announced that due to the incredible support of the Toon Army, half-season tickets will not be made available this winter in order to retain a fair proportion of tickets on a match-by-match basis. 

Members get priority on tickets and benefits including an exclusive membership pack, discount on food and drink at NINE Bar and money off stadium tours. Find out more about becoming a member here.

To secure your seat for future games, please visit tickets.nufc.co.uk, call 0844 372 1892 (calls cost 7p per minute plus your network access charge) or, when applicable, visit the St. James' Park box office in person.

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