Newcastle United FC

Sport Soccer
Country England England
Home town Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Founding year 1881
Leagues Premier League
Website nufc.premiu...

Newcastle United Football Club is an English football club based in the city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and currently feature in the English Premier League. They are one of the more successful clubs in England and are also said to have the most passionate supporters. Newcastle featured in the movies Goal I: The Dream Begins and Goal II: Living the Dream.

Newcastle United have won the First Division Championship on four occasions and the FA Cup for a considerably good six times. They won the Inter Cities Fairs Cup in 1969.

In December 1892 Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End were merged to form Newcastle United. The club won the league championship in 1905, 1907 and 1909. Next year they won the FA Cup and again in 1924.

Newcastle won the league title in 1927 and during the 1950s win the FA Cup thrice. However after two decades of relative success, the club were suffering in the Second Division by the 1980s but recovered soon to become a strong force in the English Premier League.

So much so that Newcastle United even finished second on a number of occasions but failed to sustain that consistency and high level.

The club are currently managed by Alan Pardew, who has been at the helm since December 2010, bringing a period of stability to a club who were relegated from the top flight in 2008, before Chris Hughton returned them at the first attempt.

Newcastle United play their home matches at St. James’ Park, which can hold a crowd of 52,387. They are nicknamed as the Magpies and the Toon and their supporters are known as the Toon Army.

Newcastle United foster massive rivalry with Sunderland and have been contesting the Tyne-Wear derby with them since 1898.

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Team Roster

Name Position
Lewis Cass defender
Papiss Demba Cisse defender
Ciaran Clark defender
Paul Dummett defender
Federico Fernández defender
Liam Gibson defender
Isaac Hayden defender
Emil Krafth defender
Jamal Lascelles defender
Florian Lejeune defender
Javier Manquillo Gaitán defender
Chancel Mbemba Mangulu defender
Stefan O'Connor defender
Fabian Schär defender
Jamie Sterry defender
Ryan Taylor defender
Jetro Willems defender
DeAndre Yedlin defender
Joelinton Cassio Apolinário de Lira forward
Adam Campbell forward
Andy Carroll forward
Dwight Gayle forward
Alex Gilliead forward
Yoan Gouffran forward
Daryl Murphy forward
Yoshinori Mutō forward
José Salomón Rondón Giménez forward
Karl Darlow goalkeeper
Martin Dúbravka goalkeeper
Robert Elliot goalkeeper
Nathan Harker goalkeeper
Frederick Woodman goalkeeper
Rolando Aarons midfielder
Miguel Ángel Almirón Rejala midfielder
Christian Twasam Atsu midfielder
Daniel Barlaser midfielder
Nabil Bentaleb midfielder
Gael Bigirimana midfielder
Jack Colback midfielder
Olivier Kemen midfielder
Achraf Lazaar midfielder
Sean Longstaff midfielder
Jacob Murphy midfielder
Matt Ritchie midfielder
Allan Saint-Maximin midfielder
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Kyle Scott midfielder
Jonjo Shelvey midfielder
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Ki Sung-Yueng midfielder
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