Newcastle United Predictions

Our Premier League predictions include the best betting tips and odds for all of Newcastle United’s fixtures.



Newcastle United Football Club is a professional football club based in the city of Newcastle. The club currently competes in the Premier League, which is the top division in the English football pyramid. They ended their 23-year exodus from the Premier League by winning the 2022 Championship Play-Off Final.

Newcastle currently plays their home matches at St. James’ Park, which has been their home since the club was founded on 9 December 1892. The stadium has a maximum capacity of 52,305, which makes it one of the largest stadiums in the Premier League.

Nicknamed the Magpies, Newcastle’s biggest rivals are Sunderland, while they also share a rivalry with fellow north east club Middlesbrough.

Newcastle United Honours

There are few clubs that are as loyally supported Newcastle United that have had such little success in the recent past when it comes to major trophies won. The club have won the old First Division four times in their history, doing so in the 1904/05, 1905/06, 1908/09 and 1926/27 seasons. The Magpies are also six-time winners of the FA Cup, having won the competition in the 1909/10, 1923/24, 1931/32, 1950/51, 1951/52 and 1954/55 campaigns.

In addition, the club has also won the Community Shield and Sheriff of London Charity Shield, as well as two Texaco Cups. Newcastle have also had some success in European competitions too, including the Inter-Cities Fairs Cup that they won in the 1968/69 season. They were champions of the Anglo-Italian Cup in 1973 and also won the Intertoto Cup in 2006.

Newcastle United History

Newcastle United was founded on 9 December 1892 and have played their vast majority in the top flight of English football, although they have also competed in the second tier too. The club were a powerhouse of English football for much of their early existence, winning the First Division title within 13 years of their formation and won it three times in the 1900s. However, the modern era has seen Newcastle fall on tougher times when it comes to silverware, having last lifted a major trophy in 1955 when they won the FA Cup.

They produced one of the most iconic teams to never win a trophy in English football during the 1990s. Known as “the entertainers” for their attacking style of play, Newcastle twice finished as runners-up in the Premier League in the 1995/96 and 1996/97 seasons under Kevin Keegan. In the former season, the Magpies infamously squandered a 12-point lead over Manchester United to be pipped to the title. These teams featured players such as Alan Shearer, Les Ferdinand, Peter Beardsley, David Ginola, David Batty, Faustino Asprilla, Rob Lee and Steve Watson.

The aforementioned Shearer is regarded as the greatest player in the club’s history and holds the record as their all-time leading goalscorer. He scored 206 goals in 405 appearances for the club, six more than the previous record holder Jackie Milburn. However, he falls short of Jimmy Lawrence when it comes to appearances, who played 496 times for the club and is joined by Frank Hudspeth and Shay Given in the top three.