First of all, thank you for taking the time to browse our website.
The Supporters Club is run by the Supporters for the Supporters and as an independent body. All decisions relating to the Club are made by an elected committee or the membership as a whole by way of Annual General Meeting. If you want to get in touch then you will find contact details on the How to Join page, or you will easily find some of us for a friendly welcome behind the posts in the South Stand at home games, just ask any of the natives and they will point you in our direction.
If you have not yet registered for membership with the Supporters Club, why not? Further details can be found by clicking the Join Now! tab. Fees for the 2021/22 season are £15 for a family membership for up to 2 adults and up to 2 children (under 18 years) living at the same address or £10 for an adult member. Membership runs from the 1st August to the 31st July.
Covid may not be gone but we are able to meet up again and start organising events. We had a very well attended and useful AGM on 23rd August held at Thumpa’s bar at Druid Park while Kingston Park was still sensibly closed to outsiders. We would like to thank everyone at Druid Park for making us welcome, and now we are up & running again for the 2021-22 season.
We are back at Druid Park, in Thumpa’s bar, to hear from Thumpa himself, and his son Matt, a fixture we have been itching to make possible for a long time. Monday 1st November 7pm is the date for your diary. Dave Thompson will be talking to us about his role at Newcastle Falcons, and Matt will tell us about life after rugby. It should be a great evening, and the bar at DP is very good. If you haven’t been before, it is right next to the Premier Inn by Callerton Park Metro, Ponteland Road. NE13 8DF.
We are in discussions with Newcastle Falcons about other social events, and as always, members will be informed by email as soon as we have details, and we will post up news on the usual social media outlets too.
The fixture list for this season has not been kind to us. Unless by some miracle the Leicester game is moved to the Sunday, we won’t have any games where an away bus will work until March, then we have five in just a couple of months, but it is what it is, and we will obviously do our best to help get supporters to away games for any that look like more than just a few die-hards will be able to travel to.