Scott Lawson hopes some of the 30,174 who witnessed last weekend’s St James’ Park heroics can be tempted back to Kingston Park Stadium on Good Friday when Newcastle Falcons host French club Brive in the quarter-finals of the European Challenge Cup.
The Angelfish van will be open at our Good Friday game against Brive, serving delicious fish and chips from 6pm.
Having welcomed a legion of new supporters to The Big One at St James’ Park last weekend, there’s no better time to get on board the Newcastle Falcons rugby bandwagon with a 2018-19 season ticket membership.
Hooker Santiago Socino has pledged his future to Newcastle Falcons by signing a new two-year contract extension.
Playing at St James’ Park might be a first for Newcastle Falcons as a club, but for No 8 Nili Latu Saturday’s game will see memories flooding back from Rugby World Cup 2015 when he led out Tonga against world champions New Zealand.
The buzz continues to build for The Big One at St James’ Park on Saturday, ticket sales surging through the 24,000 mark as local and national media descended on the home of Newcastle United.
As part of their ‘The Business of Rugby Series’, Ricoh, official partners of Premiership Rugby, are offering you the chance to win tickets to the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final 2018 on Saturday May 26.
Director of rugby Dean Richards’ credited Exeter Chiefs’ superior game management as the Devon side shaded Sunday’s Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final at Sandy Park by a 20-17 margin.
Newcastle Falcons have made four changes to their side for Sunday’s Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final at Exeter Chiefs, fly-half Toby Flood among the returning players.
Only one table remains on sale for Bobby's Big Bash on the evening of Friday March 16 as Newcastle Falcons great Rob Vickers celebrates his testimonial year.
No stranger to silverware after winning two European Cups and three French league titles during an illustrious playing career, Maxime Mermoz has a hunger for more as Newcastle Falcons embark on Sunday’s Anglo-Welsh Cup semi-final at Exeter.