Overview
St James' Park
Explore Newcastle

England v Italy

Day Return - England V Italy - Quilter Internationals 2019

St James' Park, Fri September 6 at 19:45

We will be offering day return packages from Manchester and Leeds for this game as England go on the road in their final Quilter International before Rugby World Cup 2019™. This is a great new experience for any England fan wanting something different. St James’ Park is one of England’s most atmospheric stadiums and you can be sure it will be packed to the rafters for this clash against Italy.

  • Guaranteed official England v Italy | Quilter Internationals 2019 - Official Match Ticket - Category 3

    Match Ticket included.

  • Coach Travel

    Day return Coach travel to and from the Game

  • Dedicated Team

    Support from our experienced, friendly and welcoming staff

Price

£99pp
  • Have a question?
    Call us on 0344 788 5000
  • Share: 

St James' Park

St James’ Park is one of the most iconic football stadiums in the country. The home of Newcastle United, the stadium is renowned for its incredible atmosphere, partisan support and is synonymous with heritage. It was also a venue for Rugby World Cup 2015 and has also been host to Super League’s ‘Magic Weekend’ which means rugby fans from both codes have been a part of its legacy. St James’ Park has been the home of Newcastle since 1892 and will welcome England Rugby with open arms.

Key facts

St James’ Park is the seventh largest football stadium in the country . It has a capacity of 52,354 and was opened in 1892

Getting there...

Barrack Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4ST

×

Explore Newcastle

  • map
    < ×
    Metrocentre

    intu Metrocentre

    View Map

    Intu Metrocentre is Europe's largest shopping and leisure centre with almost 330 shops including major department stores such as Debenhams, House of Fraser and Marks & Spencer. As well as free parking and late night shopping every weekday intu Metrocentre is home to the only IMAX cinema in the North East and Namco Funscape, which includes bowling, dodgems, soft play and much more. In addition to the huge shopping choice there is also a fantastic range of over 60 restaurants and bars, cafes and coffee shops to relax in during your Rugby World Cup visit to Newcastle.

  • map
    < ×
    Great North Museum

    Great North Museum

    View Map

    The Great North Museum incorporates collections from the Hancock Museum and Newcastle University’s Museum of Antiquities, the Shefton Museum and the Hatton Gallery. Highlights include a large-scale, interactive model of Hadrian's Wall, major displays showing the wonder and diversity of the animal and plant kingdoms, spectacular objects from the Ancient Greeks and mummies from Ancient Egypt, a planetarium and a life-size T-Rex dinosaur skeleton. Star objects include a full size model of an elephant, a great white shark, a virtual aquarium, live animal displays, a polar bear, a giraffe and moa skeleton.

  • map
    < ×
    Baltic Centre

    Baltic Centre

    View Map

    Housed in a landmark industrial building on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, Baltic is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world – presenting a dynamic, diverse and international programme of contemporary visual art. Baltic’s programme ranges from blockbuster exhibitions to innovative new work and projects created by artists working within the local community. Visitors can experience innovative and provocative new art, relax, have fun, learn and discover fresh ideas, and complete their visit with a relaxing coffee overlooking the magnificent quayside.

×