Match-day info: Make the most of your visit on Sunday

Friday 15 November 2019 Written by: Adam

The Greene King IPA Championship clash against Coventry Rugby is a 3pm kick-off on Sunday November 17 at Kingston Park Stadium.


Tickets are available by [**clicking here**][1], calling 0871 226 6060 or from Kingston Park Stadium in person. Buy before match-day to enjoy the best prices, although tickets will also be on sale on the day. Our ticket collection point is situated on the East side of the ground.


The line-ups for Sunday’s game can be viewed by [**clicking here**][2].


0900: Tap & Tackle bar opens (East Stand).

0900: Ticket office and club shop opens.

1030: Junior rugby festival games start.

1200: Car park opens.

1200: Hospitality areas open for arrival.

1330: Turnstiles open.

1330-1430: Happy hour in stadium bars.

1400: Wooden Spoon Corner opens (West Stand).

1415: Pre-match player Q&A (1877 Bar, East Stand)

1458: Bugler, wreaths laid and minute’s silence.

1500: Kick-off.

1545: Half-time cheque presentation to Royal British Legion.

1650: Game finishes (approx).

1745: Man of the match presentation (1877 Bar, East Stand).


Sunday’s game is not on TV but there will be live radio commentary from the BBC Newcastle team on 1458mw, DAB, online via the BBC Rugby website and through the BBC Sport app. Supporters inside the stadium can access the BBC Newcastle commentary or the referee’s audio via our fan radios, which are priced £10 from programme sellers and the club shop.


The club will be paying its respects for Armistice Day on Sunday. Prior to kick-off their will be a bugler playing ‘the last post’, laying of wreaths on the field and a moment’s silence. Poppies will be available to buy from RAF Cadets in and around the stadium.


The stadium car park is available for £10 on a first come, first served basis. The postcode for Kingston Park stadium is NE13 8AF. To improve access to the stadium on match-days there is now a two-lane entry system as cars enter via the West Stand gate, with the left-hand lane to be used for seasonal car park pass holders and the right-hand lane to be used by holders of match-by-match passes. A residents’ parking permit scheme is in operation in the nearby streets. Please consider our neighbours and do not park without a permit.


Kingston Park Stadium is served by the Tyne and Wear Metro, with Kingston Park station and Bank Foot Station both a five-minute walk away. For details of Metro services please [**click here**][3]. The X47 bus also links Kingston Park with Newcastle city centre. For more information please [**click here**][4].


Supporters must enter the stadium via the stand which they hold a ticket for. Bag searches will be in operation, so please allow extra time.


Supporters can enjoy a wide range of food and drink options with stadium bars, kiosks and Angel Street Food outlets all open. Approximately 30 minutes after the final whistle all supporters are welcome to enjoy a free hot meal in the 1877 Bar, which is situated in the East Stand. Concourse happy hour pricing is in place from 1330 until 1430, with the East Stand Tap & Tackle bar open from 0900.


Saturday’s 64-page match programme is available from sellers in and around the ground for just £2.50. This week’s main interview is with winger Adam Radwan.


Drawn at half-time, you can win the man of the match’s playing shirt or corporate hospitality at a future Falcons game. Tickets are priced £1 and are available from sellers in and around the ground. Proceeds go to the Newcastle Rugby Foundation, with the winning numbers posted on the club’s facebook and twitter after the match as well as being announced over the PA system at half-time.


Supporters are welcome to go onto the field after the completion of the game, however, entry will be delayed until the pitch is cleared of players and coaches. Please make your way to the West Stand entry points if you wish to go onto the pitch, and follow all instructions from safety stewards.