Newcastle United Football Club is a football club that was founded in Newcastle, England in 1881. Its first team played in the English Premier League. The home ground of Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s St James’ Park is where it plays. Newcastle United was not only one of the first football clubs in England but also in Europe.
Newcastle United didn’t have their first manager until January 1930. However, they had won the league four consecutively, the FA Cup twice, and been runners-up in the FA Cup four times before Frank Watt became club secretary. In 1969, the club won the European Fairs Cup. The black-and-white striped team is affectionately called “The Magpies” by its fans.
Newcastle United supporters have been more loyal than any other Premier League fans. This club city feels a special connection to its team, and this is evident more on the road. Newcastle fans, from local supporters to international supporters, are all part of the club’s spirit.
It’s not a film about football. It’s about the people who make modern football a reality, the people who create the atmosphere the world watches on TV. It was a long journey, with hours of travel, to see a team that almost never wins.