Fans react during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur at Anfield in December. (Photo by Jon Super - Pool/Getty Images)
It’s been a long, long wait for Magpies fans, who have been kept away from their beloved ground as a result of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.
However, with the government easing restrictions across the country as of Monday, all 20 Premier League clubs will get an opportunity to host a match with a limited number of supporters in the crowd, with every side in the division still facing two matches left to play this season – one home and one away.
But for the lucky few who are able to secure themselves a spot in the stadium, how much will a ticket set them back?
Adults - £30 U16s - £10 U21/65+ - £15 (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
Single match ticket based on the supporter’s usual existing season ticket price divided by 19 (i.e. number of home league matches per season). In 2019/20, season ticket price varied between £417 and £811. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)
Adults - £40 Seniors - £30 Students and U22 - £25 Junior tickets - £20 (Photo by Tim Goode - Pool/Getty Images)
Tickets will be priced on a rounded pro rata basis depending on the cost of a season ticket - for example, if a season ticket cost £530, a ticket will cost £28. (Photo by Neil Hall - Pool/Getty Images)
Adult - £60 Young Adult - £45 Concession - £30 (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)