Tickets on general sale for Monday’s game
This is following the completion of the ticketing ballot for all priority groups, with a maximum of 1,750 supporters able to attend the 7.30pm kick-off at Kingston Park Stadium.
All supporters who entered the ballot will by now have received an email which you need to action. Please check your ‘junk’ folder if it is not in your inbox.
No tickets will be available for sale on the night, and all supporters wishing to attend must have a Newcastle Falcons e-ticketing account.
Tickets can be bought in groups of up to six, from any household, and all ticket sales will end at 12 noon on Saturday May 15.
[**Click here to visit our e-ticketing website.**]
[**Click here for an FAQ article on e-ticketing.**]
If you have any further questions regarding e-ticketing once you have read the above article, please email tickets2@Newcastle-falcons.co.uk .
Falcons director of Dean Richards is delighted to have supporters back inside Kingston Park Stadium, saying: “It’s been a long time coming, and everyone is looking forward to it.
“It will almost seem like a novelty playing in front of a crowd after virtually a full season of empty stadiums, but it’s great to start to have that connection again with our supporters in person.
“From a playing point of view it will affect some players more than others.
“Some guys really feed off the crowd and benefit hugely from that energy, and for some they just channel out all the external stuff.
“There’ll be certain times in the game when you hear that roar of the crowd and it gives you a bit of a lift, but that’s not to say the guys haven’t been motivated during the early part of the season.”