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From £25 per day/£40 weekend From £10 per day/£12.50 weekend

Concessions prices are available to Students, those 16 years old and under, Serving Military personnel and those 65 years and older.

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MAGIC WEEKEND EXPERIENCE

Magic Weekend brings a festival atmosphere to St James' Park as fans from all clubs mingle in the fan village before enjoying the action in the bowl.

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Buy your special Widnes Vikings Magic Weekend shirt, with all profits going to the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.

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The 2015 season marks the start of a new era for Rugby League and a new venue for Magic Weekend when the 12 First Utility Super League teams play an extraordinary round of fixtures at St James’ Park, Newcastle on Saturday May 30 and Sunday May 31.

Magic Weekend 2015 at the home of Newcastle United will feature three games on each day as well as a fantastic package of fun and activities to keep the family entertained over the whole weekend.


Tickets for Magic Weekend 2015 are on sale now from the 12 First Utility Super League clubs or can be purchased by calling the ticket hotline on 0844 856 1113* or by clicking here

The 2015 Magic Weekend schedule
in full is as follows:

Saturday May 30
2.30 – Salford Red Devils v Widnes Vikings
4.45 – Hull FC v Hull KR
7.00 – Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors

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Sunday May 31
1.00 – Catalans Dragons v Huddersfield Giants
3.15 – St Helens v Warrington Wolves
5.30 – Castleford Tigers v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats

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Fans looking to secure discounted accommodation early in the North East can do so via special Magic Weekend website portals - www.nirvanaeurope.com or www.newcastlegateshead.com/magic2015

Spectator Information

Box Office Opening Hours:

For assistance, or if you have problems with your ticket, the Matchday Box Office (Milburn Stand) will be open on both days:

Saturday 11:30am - 7:30pm, turnstiles open from 1:00pm
Sunday 10am - 6pm, turnstiles open from 11:30am

Reserved/Unreserved Seating:

Please enter the stadium via the turnstile indicated on your ticket. The North (Leazes), East and South (Gallowgate) stands are for tickets with unreserved seating. The main West (Milburn) stand will accommodate supporters with reserved seats. Small bags, rucksacks and holdalls that will be able to fit underneath a seat are permitted at St James' Park. Please note, all bags will be subjected to security checks upon arrival.

Pass Outs:

A pass out/return system will be operated on both event days allowing spectators to move freely to and from the stadium bowl - there is no limit on the number of times someone is allowed to pass out and re-enter. Spectators leaving the stadium bowl with the intention of returning may do so but MUST first ensure that they have a hand stamp applied upon initial exit and match ticket; if there is no evidence of a hand stamp re-entry will not be permitted.

Refreshments:
A range of hot and cold snacks, soft drinks and alcohol will be available to purchase in all concourse areas. Once purchased within the stadium, alcohol cannot be taken outside into the city. Please note that no large amount of food can be taken inside the stadium from outside. The amount of food allowed will be at the discretion of Newcastle United staff. Bottles and cans are also not permitted. If you have specific dietary requirements, please contact the steward at your stadium entry point. Permission may be granted following appropriate checks.

Travel Information:

BY TRAIN
Newcastle Central Station is around a 10-minute walk from St. James’ Park. Situated on the East Coast Mainline, it is a principle stop for services between London and Edinburgh/Glasgow. In addition to regional services to Middlesbrough and Carlisle, it also offers direct cross-country routes to and from Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool Birmingham and Bristol. To walk to St. James’ Park, follow the black street signage for NUFC visible as you step out of the Station.

BY METRO
Newcastle upon Tyne is served by the Tyne & Wear Metro system; a light rail network with frequent services between Newcastle Airport, Newcastle city centre, the coast, major transport interchanges and destinations south to Wearside. St James’ Park has it’s own Metro station for fans choosing to travel to the event. For more information, please visit www.nexus.org.uk/metro

BY CAR
Car Parking is available on-site in the stadium car parks on a pre-pay basis only. To purchase a pass please contact NUFC on 0191 201 8558. Please note parking is limited, however there are number of public car parks signposted clearly within Newcastle city centre, though be warned - they are likely to be extremely busy during Magic Weekend! Information can be found on the Newcastle Council website. If you do need to use your use your car, use the postcode NE1 4ST in your sat-nav to find the stadium.

Accessible parking (for blue badge holders) is available to purchase direct from NUFC - advance application only. To apply for a pass please call 0191 201 8558. Vehicles will not be permitted to park in accessible spaces without an event specific pass - blue badge must also be displayed on arrival. Day passes are £15 per vehicle, weekend passes £20 vehicle.

FAN COACHES
Other than team coaches, parking is not available on-site for coaches, however there is street parking on Barrack Road available on a first come first served basis. There is a pay and display HGV and coach park on Ord Street by the Metro Radio Arena. For further information, please contact the Parking Department on 0191 261 4503 or visit the Newcastle Council website for parking in the city.