St James' Park
football stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England
St James' Park is a football stadium in Newcastle, England. It is the current home stadium of Newcastle United.
|Location||St. James' Park,|
Newcastle upon Tyne
|Coordinates||54°58′32″N 1°37′18″W / 54.97556°N 1.62167°WCoordinates: 54°58′32″N 1°37′18″W / 54.97556°N 1.62167°W|
|Field size||115 × 74.4 yards (105 × 68 metres)|
|Newcastle West End F.C. (1886–1892)|
Newcastle United F.C. (1892–present)
|18 March 1901||England||6–0||Wales||British Home Championship|
|6 April 1907||England||1–1||Scotland||British Home Championship|
|15 November 1933||England||1–2||Wales||British Home Championship|
|9 November 1938||England||4–0||Norway||Friendly|
|10 June 1996||Romania||0–1||France||Euro 1996|
|13 June 1996||Bulgaria||1–0||Romania||Euro 1996|
|18 June 1996||France||3–1||Bulgaria||Euro 1996|
|5 September 2001||England||2–0||Albania||World Cup 2002 Qualifying|
|18 August 2004||England||3–0||Ukraine||Friendly|
|30 March 2005||England||2–0||Azerbaijan||World Cup 2006 Qualifying|
St.James' Park hosted three matches of the Euro 1996 and also hosted some matches during the 2012 Olympic Games and for the 2015 Rugby World Cup.
The stadium was used by many great musicians like The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Queen, Bob Dylan, Bryan Adams & Rod Stewart, among others.