St James`Park is an all-seater stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is the home of Newcastle United Football Club, and the oldest and largest football stadium in the North East of England. It is the sixth largest football stadium in the United Kingdom with a football spectator capacity of 52,387. Located in the centre of Newcastle, its white cantilever roof is visible across the city, and is the largest cantilever in Europe.
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The stadium is located in the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Bus: Gallowgate Station,Haymarket Station.
Metro: St James' Metro Station
Train: St James' Park is only a short 750 meters walk from the Central Railway Station.
From the west: Follow the A69 onto Newcastle. Cross the A1 roundabout and follow the A186 (West Road) signed City (West). After 3 km you will see the General Hospital on your left. Immediately after the Hospital turn left signed Arthurs Hill/RVI. After about 200 meters, turn right at the traffic lights down Arthurs Hill and continue straight down hill onto Stanhope Street. Continue straight on for 750 meters and turn right at the round about at the bottom of hill onto Barrack Road. The stadium is on the left.
From the south: From the A1(M), after Washington Services and Junction 65, the motorway divides - keep left following the signs to the A1. Take the centre or right hand lane and continue following the signs to Newcastle and theairport. Pass the Angel of the North on the right and continue for a further 4.5 km before turning off left on the A184 signed Gateshead/Newcastle (Centre). Continue for about 2.5 km, then take the right hand lane signed A189 to Newcastle. This takes you over the Redheugh Bridge which leads onto St. James` Boulevard. After 750 meters turn left at Gallowgate round about. The stadium is on the right.