Newcastle v Tottenham now confirmed by Sky Sports

    Newcastle v Tottenham details have now been confirmed by Sky Sports.

    Last week we found out (see below) that four early-season NUFC games had been moved for live TV.

    Three games to be shown live on Sky Sports and another on TNT Sports.

    This takes us up to the end of September 2024, in terms of Premier League games that will be televised to a UK audience.

    The Newcastle v Tottenham match now confirmed (on Wednesday 10 July 2024) as a 1.30pm kick-off by Sky Sports on Sunday 1 September.

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    Newcastle United official announcement – 5 July 2024:

    ‘Four of Newcastle United’s 2024/25 Premier League fixtures have been rescheduled after being selected for live television coverage.

    The Magpies’ first Premier League away fixture of the 2024-25 campaign, against AFC Bournemouth, was initially set to take place on Saturday, 24th August but the clash on the South coast will now take place a day later, with the game set to kick-off at 2 pm (BST) and be broadcast live on Sky Sports.

    United’s home game against Tottenham Hotspur at St, James’ Park will be played on Sunday, 1st September, with a kick-off time yet to be confirmed. That game will also be shown live on Sky Sports.

    Newcastle’s trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers will be televised on Sky Sports and will take place on Sunday, 15th September. Kick-off has been set for 4.30 pm (BST) at Molineux.

    The Magpies’ visit of Premier League champions Manchester City will remain on Saturday, 28th September but the game has been brought forward to a 12.30 pm kick-off, which will be shown live on TNT Sports.

    Any further alterations to United’s fixture schedule will be confirmed in due course.’

    Newcastle United fixtures until end of September 2024:


    Saturday 17 August – Newcastle v Southampton (3 pm)

    Sunday 25 August – Bournemouth v Newcastle (2 pm) Sky Sports

    Week commencing Monday 26 August – Carabao Cup round two


    Sunday 1 September – Newcastle v Tottenham (1.30pm) Sky Sports

    (The first international break of the season)

    Sunday 15 September – Wolves v Newcastle (4.30 pm) Sky Sports

    Weeks commencing Monday 16 September AND Monday 23 September – Carabao Cup round three (This round split over two midweeks)

    Saturday 21 September – Fulham v Newcastle (3 pm)

    Weeks commencing Monday 16 September AND Monday 23 September – Carabao Cup round three (This round split over two midweeks)

    Saturday 28 September – Newcastle v Man City (12.30 pm) TNT Sports

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