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Ticket sales up 25% after supporters force Magic Weekend to move from Anfield back to St James Park

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In October (2019) it was announced that Magic Weekend was returning to St James Park.

“However, we have now spoken at length to our fans and listened to what they have had to say…we are delighted to announce that the Dacia Magic Weekend 2020 will return to Newcastle and St James’ Park.” Moving forward to today (16 Januaryy 2020) Super League have confirmed that they have already sold 25% more tickets for this year’s Magic Weekend in Newcastle than they did last year in Liverpool (Anfield).



Magic Weekend sees a full Rugby League programme all played over one weekend at a non-traditional Rugby League venue.



Not bad going when there is still over four months to go before Magic Weekend takes place at St James Park in May this year.

It was staged at St James Park 2015-2018 and drew the biggest crowds in the event’s history, including a best of 68,276 in 2016.

However, crowds were down at Anfield with fans much preferring Newcastle Upon Tyne and St James Park over the Liverpool venue.

With Newcastle United’s home hosting the two day Superleague event on 23 and 24 May 2020.
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