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Written on: 25/10/2012
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Written on: 25/06/2010
St James Park is a fantastic ground becuase it has presence. It towers over the city and is almost akin to that of a church in its symbolic status. The rubbish I've read about a poor atmosphere couldn't be further from the truth. WITHOUT doubt when the toon army is fired up during a game the geordie roar is deafening and is the loudest I've ever heard. Away fans complain about the stairs they have to climb to get to level 7, but in a 53,000 seater stadium with some of the most loyal fans in… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/06/2009
St James Park is a great experience for all Newcastle fans. Great atmosphere. Great stadium… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/05/2009 by petecoates (1 review written)
St James Park is one of the greateest grounds I've been to (albeit biased as a Newcastle fan).
Level 7 is a bit of a height and as Away fans you will find tourself up there. you don't get as much of the noise and atmosphere from up there due to the uneven stands. There is always a lot of noise down at the lower tiers but this reverberates around that area and doesn't seem to make it all the way up there.
The uneven stands do make it look a little strange, I suppose, but this is due to the fact… Read Full Review
Written on: 22/01/2009
i love newcastle football grounds and have been on the tour sevral times… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/05/2008
One of the best stadiums in Britain, arguably in the best location of any ground in Britain. 10/10… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2007 by jameswheeler12 (17 reviews written)
Once the other two stands are extended it will be the best… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/07/2007 by jboy (3 reviews written)
Only Newcastle fans could love this ground and their supporters. It's a death defying climb to your seat, the ground is stark and cold and the locals are little better. There is little singing from the home support and walks from the stadium are always met with some comment from geordies who find their balls when they've got the numbers behind them. I don't swallow this patronising myth that they are the best fans in the world. They are second worst after Liverpool… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2006 by an (1 review written)
Great stadium, shame about the uneven stands. It has the potential to be the best club ground in country. To the man who said that Ibrox was better I can only assume he was in high spirits when he was at the stadium, as living in Scotland myself I have visited Ibrox many times and I can say that it is a poor mans Highbury… Read Full Review
Written on: 28/02/2006 by davelouden (8 reviews written)
St James' Park is a wonderful sight right in the middle of the city. Easily accessible via Metro train or cab, plenty of bars around home fans very friendly, good away fans pub right next to ground and a great atmosphere… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/06/2005 by st james is my church (1 review written)
As a Newcastle Utd fan I visit St James Park a lot, I dont sit all the way up were the away fans do so my view is better and the food in the home stands is as good as any in the premiership. The atmosphere when walking up to the stadium is electric, the ground is also easy to find as it is well sign posted… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2005 by davedon (5 reviews written)
As a Rangers supporter I was drawn to Souness's new stamping ground and visited when passing.
not as good as Ibrox - but good. enjoyed the game… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/12/2004 by chrisw (22 reviews written)
Went to St James Park in October to see Manchester City vs Newcastle in the Premiership. The Stadium is probably one of the nicest in the premiership. At the minute it looks like they have increased the capacity of two stands, but not quite got around to the other yet. This makes the ground look a bit odd, but I'm sure they have plans to change this. The game was great, the result not as good, I expected the Newcastle fans to be a bit louder, they were very quiet. The City fans sung their… Read Full Review
Written on: 18/10/2004 by Chris999 (1 review written)
Visiting Saint James's Park has been a highlight of my summer.
The size is amazing and the scenery. The second largest stadium in the premiership at 52,000, could it be more? The club shop sells quality items at low prices. The staff are polite and the fans are really passionate about their team. It was worth the trip all the way from Northamptonshire, Saint James' park what a ground!… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/10/2004 by Mishmob (1 review written)
My team West Bromwich Albion played Newcastle a couple of weeks ago, and me and my boyfriend flew up by helicopter as a treat. When we got to the ground, there are signs telling you where to go and the ground is massive! It's so tall. I went into the club shop, and it's much better than my clubs club shop. It's huge and sells a variety of stuff. The worst thing about the ground is all the steps you have to walk up - there are about 140 steps and they kill you. I then had to walk up another 15… Read Full Review