Match-day Information

There’s plenty to see and do before kick-off at a Falcons match day and you can get the whole lowdown below:

Match-day opening hours

Club Shop & Ticket Office (///woke.loved.deaf)

  • FRIDAY: 12pm – kick-off.
  • SATURDAY: 10am – kick-off.
  • SUNDAY: 10am – kick-off.

The club shop will also re-open at half-time and 30 minutes after the full-time whistle.


Kingston Park stadium has over 350 car parking spaces which are available to supporters on match days.

Match-day car parking is on priority sale to season ticket and membership holders and will be put on general sale to supporters a week before the fixture. We strongly recommend booking in advance as we are unable to guarantee availability for those turning up on the day without a reserved space.

Newcastle Falcons also offer a seasonal car parking pass, which can be purchased HERE. Available for £120 to pass covers supporters for 12 home fixtures throughout the season.

Local parking restrictions are in place on the surrounding streets, meaning that anyone parking on the main road or in the housing estates near to Kingston Park Stadium will receive a parking ticket. Please respect our neighbours when driving to events at the stadium.

Park and ride facilities are available at several local Metro stations, offering all-day parking. Stations offering park and ride include:

  • Bank Foot (within walking distance of the ground)
  • Kingston Park (within walking distance of the ground)
  • Callerton Parkway
  • Heworth
  • Northumberland Park


Turnstiles for Newcastle Falcons fixtures open 90 minutes before kick-off, with entry to the stadium through the following access points:

For hospitality guests, opening times vary depending on kick-off and a member of the team will be in touch prior to confirm.

Entry to hospitality is through our West Stand Reception (///robot.poster.pepper) where a member of the team will be on hand to direct you to your table or suite.

Disabled Access

Kingston Park is a stadium with full disabled access, with provisions in place to ensure disabled supporters and their companion are both well catered for.

We provide 105 accessible bays across the stadium which provide good views of the pitch and the option of a companion bay, as well as several easy access seats for ambulant users with crutches, sticks or walking frames.


Kingston Park has 32 designated accessible parking spaces in the East, West and South car parks which can be purchased seasonally or match-by-match, subject to availability, by calling the ticket office on 0191 214 2800.

To view our Access Policy, please click HERE.

To view our Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Policy, please click HERE.

Food and Drink

Newcastle Falcons offer a great range of food, drinks & snacks available at Kingston Park, some of which is included in the club’s new match-day fan zone.


New for the 2023-24 season, Newcastle Falcons will host a new fan-zone located in the North West corner of the stadium (///

Details are still to be confirmed but supporters can expect:

  • Bus bar.
  • Food kiosks.
  • Live entertainment.

Outside of this, supporters can expect the usual excellent food and drink offering Kingston Park has to offer:

West Stand

Throughout the West Stand concourse supporters have access to two food kiosks serving a range of hot food and snacks including burgers, hot dogs, fries, and chicken dishes.

There are also two bars serving beers, wines, spirits, and soft drinks.

The West Stand also hosts a coffee shop serving a range of coffee and hot drinks as well as grab and go confectionary, snacks and pastries.

  • Bus bar.
  • Food kiosks.
  • Live entertainment.

East Stand Tap & Tackle and 1877 (///retail.sudden.employ)

The popular bar and coffee shop, Tap & Tackle, was named by two fellow supporters.

Rugby inspired, it is a fantastic clubhouse that offers a full range of beverages, light bites, and a great view of the pitch.

Situated on the first floor of the East Stand, adjacent to the Tap & Tackle, is the 1877 Bar. Named after the year the club was founded, the 1877 Bar was designed with a modern feel, yet is decked out in club memorabilia celebrating Newcastle Falcons heritage.

Having proved to be popular additions to the match-day experience here at Kingston Park Stadium, both the Tap & Tackle & 1877 are open non matchdays too, look out for special offers & party nights!

Throughout the Stadium Bowl

Throughout the stadium bowl there is also several food vendors situated at various points, which includes:

Angel Street Food

Teaming up with our friends from the Angel of Corbridge, their food van provides supporters with a fantastic option when it comes to fish and chips.

They pride themselves on using the best ingredients with fresh fish, hand peeled and hand-cut chips and freshly made beer batter.

72 Angels & Burgers

Offering some great street food and specialising in chargrilled burgers. You can grab some extras and jars of fresh sauces and relish as well.

Moroni Pizza Shack

Your Italian offering for Falcons’ match day, aptly named Moroni provides freshly cooked pizza in a real clay pizza oven and are as authentic as they come.

Made from fresh Northern dough with homemade tomato sauce, fresh ingredients, topped with a fantastic mozzarella cheese.

Posh Box

Providing great coffee and a range of hot drinks, our Posh Box is here at every game. This is also alongside cakes, crepes, and cookies.

Pre- and post-match entertainment

As mentioned, Newcastle Falcons will host a new fan-zone for the 2023-24 season located in the North West corner of the stadium (///

Details are still to be confirmed but supporters can expect:

  • Bus bar.
  • Food kiosks.
  • Live entertainment.

Following the conclusion of the match, supporters can enjoy some live entertainment. On the West Stand concourse and East Stand Tap & Tackle, there will be both a live DJ and an opportunity to showcase your singing ability with karaoke.