The Premier League, suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, is set to restart behind closed doors later this month following a phased return to training.
And Steve Bruce’s Newcastle, 13th in the division with nine games left to play, will return to action with a June 21 home game against Sheffield United (2pm kick-off) which will be screened live by Sky Sports and Freeview channel Pick.
United will entertain Aston Villa at St James’s Park on June 24 (6pm), and the game will be broadcast by BT Sport. Newcastle will take on Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium on July 1 (6pm). Sky Sports and Pick will broadcast the fixture.
The club’s home FA Cup quarter-final against Manchester City will be played on June 28 (6.30pm) and shown on BBC One.
Meanwhile, the restart will kick off with a game between Aston Villa and Sheffield United at Villa Park on June 17 (6pm) which will be shown by Sky Sports.
The same broadcaster will screen champions Manchester City against Arsenal at the Etihad Stadium the same day (8.15pm).
Norwich City will entertain Southampton at Carrow Road on June 19 (6pm), and that fixture will be shown by Sky Sports and Pick.
Tottenham Hotspur against Manchester United will be screened by Sky Sports the same day (8.15pm).