Newcastle Falcons

Newcastle Falcons – Friday 29th September, 7:45pm
Details updated on 24th July

Kingston Park is about a 10-15 minute walk from Bank Foot Metro station.

TRAIN: Virgin Trains East Coast operate a direct service from London Kings Cross to Newcastle. Journey times vary but typically around 3 hours. A day trip is not possible.
Rrom Reading, direct trains are available from Crosscountry trains, however is is generally quicker and cheaper to travel via London. Typical journey times are 4 1/2 hours via London and 5 hours on direct services. A day trip is not possible.
There is a direct Metro service from Newcastle Central station to Bank Foot.

COACH: National Express run a direct service from London Victoria to Newcastle, for those wishing to avoid overnight accommodation costs, there is a coach back departing at 00:15am
From Reading-Mereoak journeys are available by changing at London Victoria – and the 0015am return coach avoids accommodations costs.

AIR: British Airways fly direct from Heathrow to Newcastle. Flybe fly from Southampton to Newcastle. Neither route has a service late enough for a day trip.
There is a direct Metro service from Newcastle Airport to Bank Foot.

CAR: For those driving – see details from the Newcastle Falcon’s website – or put NE13 8AF into your SatNav.
Note: There is only limited match day parking available at the stadium, it is recommended that parking is booked in advance as pay on the day parking cannot be guaranteed.

MATCH TICKETS: Tickets are available from the Newcastle Falcons website. Ticket prices vary from £15 (North stand – uncovered terrace) to £40 for the best seats in the West stand. It does look as if there are booking fees to add to the ticket price.
On previous trips, there has always been a good number of us on the South Stand (covered terrace).

Useful Links: Tyne & Wear Metro; newcastlegateshead.com

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1 thought on “Newcastle Falcons

  1. Re Car Parking.

    Based upon my experience last year, Free Car Parking is available close to the Metro station and only a short walk to the ground

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