North East UK news NUFC's Mehrdad Ghodussi sets Toon Army challenge ahead of women's St James' game PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Newcastle United co-owner wants to see St James' Park packed out on Sunday afternoon for the women's FA Cup clash against Barnsley

North East UK news NUFC's Mehrdad Ghodussi sets Toon Army challenge ahead of women's St James' game PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - The Newcastle United co-owner wants to see St James' Park packed out on Sunday afternoon for the women's FA Cup clash against Barnsley

North East UK news NUFC's Mehrdad Ghodussi sets Toon Army challenge ahead of women's St James' game PremierLeague-News.Com
24 November 2022 - 19:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Newcastle United co-owner Mehrdad Ghodussi has called upon fans to get down to St James' Park this weekend to support the women's team in their FA Cup clash against Barnsley. The Lady Magpies have already sold a whopping 25,000 tickets for the Barnsley game, which is set to take place on Sunday afternoon. Last season, Newcastle Women played their first ever game at St James' Park in front of more than 22,000 fans when they took on Alnwick Town Ladies. READ MORE: Amanda Staveley's Newcastle stadium wish comes true as she's proved right by remarkable response They won that game comfortably 4-0 and will be hoping to put on another show this Sunday when they take on Barnsley. While Becky Langley's side will already be playing in front of more people than they did last year, Ghodussi wants to see even more fans packed into St James' this time around. Taking to Twitter, the Newcastle co-owner issued a challenge to the Toon Army, imploring them to get behind the women this weekend. Let’s get this to 35,000 and show them what we’re made of….a city united #newcastle #women #nufc #WSL https://t.co/ItwQ3eNA7n — Mehrdad Ghodoussi (@ghodoussi) He wrote: "Let's get this to 35,000 and show them what we're made of.

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..a city united." Getting 35,000 in for Sunday's game would be an incredible achievement and one that seems eminently doable given the current excitement for football on Tyneside. Kick-off for the FA Cup clash is slated for 2pm. Tickets for Sunday's game against Barnsley are priced at £3 for adults and £1 for concessions when purchased in advance. They will also be available on the gate, but match day sales are £6 for adults and £2 for concessions. You can book your tickets here. Do you think you can use your England football team knowledge to WIN a PS5 & FIFA 23? CLICK HERE to enter our fantastic World Cup competition READ NEXT Newcastle's £3m release clause masterstroke shuts down Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp after jibe Eddie Howe ally hints at Newcastle bonus Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea don't have Newcastle development has Premier League scared with £60m trump card to come Dan Gosling on Newcastle transfer that was 'moving well' but didn't happen James Milner shows class after Newcastle did not want to keep him and made embarrassing €5m bid

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