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Newcastle Football Shirts

Get behind the Magpies, as they make their way through the Premier League season, with the latest Newcastle kit. The St James’s park outfit have always been a club for the people and you can own your very own 100% Authentic, Puma kit in adult and kids sizes. With our specialised printing service, you can also get your favourite player and number on the back of your jersey or even your own name! It's not just Newcastle United football shirts we sell though - with a variety of polo shirts, tracksuits, jackets, shorts, socks and training kits there is something for everyone.We offer next day UK delivery and fast international shipping.
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Newcastle Football Kits

Newcastle United are one of the best supported clubs in English football and have the fanbase and potential to be a leading English club, but have been held back in recent seasons by poor ownership and were relegated from the Premier League in 2016. Despite this, the passion of the fans for the football club remains strong and Newcastle jerseys continue to be strong sellers even in times of crisis for the St James Park side.

The stadium itself has been the home of Newcastle since their existence. It was developed in the mid 90's and now boasts a capacity of just over 52,000. Virtually everyone in the ground will be wearing the latest replica shirt!

Newcastle United came about after the merging of Newcastle West and East End in 1892. The clubs most decorated spell was in the early 1900's when they enjoyed wining the First Division 3 times and one FA Cup. Since then, Newcastle have won 5 more FA Cups and one more first division title meaning they are currently the ninth most successful team in English football history. In the 95/96 season, Newcastle were closing in on their first Premier League title but famously let a 12 point lead slip allowing Manchester United to claim the title. A famous interview with then manager Kevin Keegan where he proclaimed 'I would love it if we beat them' (referring to Manchester United) has become synonymous with football fans across Britain.

Controversial owner Mike Ashley took over the club in 2007 and has had a somewhat mixed relationship with the Geordie faithful. He bought the club from long term owner Sir John Hall and has overseen two relegations from the Premier League.

Newcastle have been fortunate enough to have had some great managers over the years, none more so than the late great Sir Bobby Robson. He steered the club away from relegation and into the Champions League and mounted a couple of title challenges. Ultimately, they were unsuccessful and he left the club in 2004 having had some differences of opinion with the hierarchy at the time.

Newcastle have a bitter rivalry with Sunderland. Known as the Tyne-Wear derby, the passion shown by both sets of fans on match day is unrivalled. The passion for their club and hatred for the other is incredible and over the years, there have been some extraordinary encounters. No matter what city you are in, you will see them wearing their football shirts with pride.

Newcastle Home Kit

Newcastle's home strip is one of the most recognisable strips in English football. The black and white stripes are synonymous with fans across the country. However, this hasn't always been the case; Newcastle East, one of the original merger clubs, wore a red shirt at the time East and West merged and this was adopted as their home jersey. It wasn't until 1894 when United adopted the black and white which was the clubs reserve colours at the time and has remained their colours ever since.

Newcastle Away Kit

Newcastle United's away kit has been ever changing in recent times. Since 1995, the clubs away kit has not been the same for more than one season. Controversially, in 2013-14, Ashley struck a deal for Wonga to become the new sponsors of Newcastle. This sparked outrage with fans and players alike. Originally, Muslim striker Papiss Cisse, who has since left the club, initially refused to play before sorting things out with the club.

Newcastle Kit History

The 'Toon Army' have had several kit suppliers over the years. They ended their 15 year association with Adidas in 2010 to move to Puma. Previous manufacturers for the magpies have been Asics, Butka and Umbro.

Newcastle United Shirt Printing

Newcastle have had many legends appear at St James' Park over the years. The likes of David Ginola, Peter Beardsley, Chris Waddle, Andy Cole and most recently Alan Shearer. The famous 9 number Jersey for the Magpies is an iconic shirt in today's modern game and has been a big seller for UKSoccershop over recent years. We can offer official printing on the Newcastle shirt as well as the chance to customise your own.