Plenty of Newcastle United fans have enjoyed hearing that their club has already sold out its ticket allocation for an upcoming Premier League match.
This December, the Magpies are set to play Leicester City at the King Power Stadium. It has now been revealed that the club’s maximum allocation of 3,300 tickets for the match have all been sold to the travelling fanbase.
The club’s official Twitter page shared the news with supporters, many of whom were quick to express their pride and excitement online.
Here’s what these Newcastle fans said…
“Got mine. Can’t wait.”
“Amazing support as always #UnitedAsOne.”
“Get in man.”
“Fantastic!! Best fans in the world.”
“See ya there! Howay the lads!”
“The best fans in the land!”
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It’s clear to see just how excited the Magpies fans are to get to the game. Considering their side is currently in the relegation zone, it’s a pretty good show of support from the travelling faithful.
Of course, the current enthusiasm will be somewhat inspired by the recent change in ownership at the club. Indeed, for the opening game after Mike Ashley had left the club, St. James’ Park sold out for the first time since May 2019.
No doubt, these Newcastle fans will be desperate to see their side claim an important win as they fight for survival.