Friday night’s Newcastle v Sunderland derby can surely only have one result…

By | 14th February 2020
Sponsored:

newcastle and sunderland

It is Newcastle v Sunderland on Friday night.

The Under 23s (reserve) teams from the two clubs meeting at St James Park.

The closest we get to a derby these days with the Mackems in League One, the last first team Newcastle v Sunderland match was back in 2016.



Though Sunderland did have the humiliation of their first team having to play a first team fixture against Newcastle’s kids in the Checkatrade.

Tonight’s match has a 7pm start, with the East Stand open.

It is free for season ticket holders and members, with anybody else paying £3 (adults) and £1 (concessions) at the turnstiles.

The two clubs play their reserve team football in the second division of the Under 23s set-up and Newcastle are having a really poor season.

Although as you can see from the league table, there are those who are worse off…

Newcastle United won 2-0 success at Eppleton in October against Sunderland, best of luck on making it a derby double tonight.



The post Friday night’s Newcastle v Sunderland derby can surely only have one result… appeared first on NUFC The Mag.

This post written by Jim Robertson originally appeared on NUFC The Mag. Read the full post here.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *