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Both are located on Percy Street, a five-minute walk to St. To reach the stadium, walk south west on Percy Street and turn right onto Gallowgate.
James' Park will become visible on the right. For more information on local bus services, visit www. There are taxi services available throughout the city, with major taxi ranks located at Newcastle Central Station and transport interchanges.
The nearest taxi rank to St. James' Park is situated two minutes away on foot, opposite the entrance to Chinatown.
Newcastle West End took over the ground in West End were wound up in and effectively merged into their rivals Newcastle East End , who took over the lease of St James' Park and became Newcastle United later that year.
A redeveloped Gallowgate and further stands followed in , bringing the first official capacity to 30, standing. While the stadium is now synonymous with the Black and Whites , Newcastle United actually played in red and white at St James' Park until The second-ever rugby league test match, and first test victory by Great Britain, was played at the ground in against the touring Australian Kangaroos side on 23 January Between and , plans were drawn up for a double-tiered stand by notable football architect Archibald Leitch.
However, after planning disputes, all that was achieved was a small roof over the Leazes Terrace side Sir John Hall Stand. Floodlights were constructed in the s, with the first match played using them held on 25 February against Celtic.
Up until the s planning difficulties continued, culminating in lack of development of the ground being cited as the reason for failure of Newcastle United to secure the right to host a group stage of the upcoming World Cup following political disputes.
In the late s further attempts were made to develop the site, and the council proposed a multi-use sports development of St.
James' Park. This was rejected as not financially viable. Plans were drawn up by the club for a move to a stadium in Gosforth ,   or even a groundshare with Sunderland A.
In , work started on the East Stand, 50 years after it was last permitted to be developed. Investigations following the Bradford City stadium fire in identified a need to replace the ageing West Stand, which was demolished in Its replacement, the Milburn Stand, was named in honour of Jackie Milburn and opened in Until the early s the ground had achieved only modest expansion under various owners, with plans dogged by disputes and lack of finance due to poor on-field performances.
In January businessman Sir John Hall , who had led the Magpie Group consortium in a hostile takeover of the club, was installed as chairman.
Sir John used his experience in property development to rapidly gain approval and invested heavily in the stadium  with finances gained from success under new manager Kevin Keegan.
The Leazes End that had been demolished but not replaced was finally rebuilt, and opened as the Sir John Hall stand for Newcastle's debut season in the Premiership in The Gallowgate End was rebuilt, the Milburn Stand modified, and a new pitch, drainage and floodlights were installed.
With all four corners filled in  with seating, by the stadium had reached a capacity of 36, As the expanded stadium still received full houses due to continuing success of the team led by the returning Kevin Keegan , in , plans were submitted by the club to relocate to Leazes Park to the north.
Leazes Park was historically part of the Town Moor , owned by the Freemen of Newcastle,   and protected by the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Town Moor Act The City council initially invited the planning proposal amid suggestions that the club might move to a site in Gateshead ,   a 75,seat stadium next to Gateshead International Stadium ,  but it led to political debate  and opposition.
A pressure group "No Business on the Moor"     eventually gathered a 36,petition signature,   equal to the then-current stadium capacity.
Opposition also came from a conservation group Friends of Leazes Park led by Dolly Potter. It became clear that the relocation plan would not gain planning permission without a potentially long-running public enquiry.
In Sir John Hall stepped down as chairman remaining as a director until , now life president of the club , and existing shareholder and board director Freddy Shepherd became chairman.
Following the withdrawal of the Leazes Park plan, the club proposed expansion of St James' Park to over 52, capacity, through major construction of a second tier over the Milburn Stand, Leazes End and adjoining corner, adding to a structure that was itself just four years old.
During development, the additional stand and roof was constructed while leaving the existing cantilever roof intact until the last possible moment  These developments increased capacity to approximately 52, The redevelopment caused controversy when the club informed 4, season-ticket-holding fans that their seat prices would be increased to corporate rates, with the option of paying these or being moved to seats in the proposed expanded sections.
As a gesture of goodwill, the club did not pursue the fans for legal costs awarded over their insured limit. In the Gallowgate was redeveloped, with a new bar being built beneath the upper tier of the Gallowgate End, named " Shearer's' " after Newcastle player Alan Shearer.
During excavation underneath the stand during building work, the builders uncovered the original steps of the old Gallowgate End stand, which had simply been covered up when the stadium was fully renovated in These steps were removed for Shearer's Bar.
The completion of the redevelopment of the Gallowgate saw the creation of Shearer's Bar, an expanded club shop, a club museum and a new box office.
This expansion would be funded by the city council and linked to the redevelopment of the land behind the stand and over the Metro Station, which had previously been earmarked for the casino project.
Expansion of the Gallowgate end involves difficulties due to the proximity of a road, Strawberry Place, and issues surrounding reinforcement of the underground St James Metro station.
The redevelopment plans announced under the previous regime were put on hold following the takeover of the club and its plc holding company by owner Mike Ashley.
A large advertising sign for Sports Direct appeared on the lip of the roof of the Gallowgate, visible from the pitch. A full review of the club performed by the new management team concluded that stadium expansion was not a priority.
The area of seats designated as the family enclosure were expanded, and certain corporate areas saw increased pricing. The first game after Keegan's resignation, a league fixture against Hull on 13 September , registered a crowd of 50,  amid protests against Ashley and Dennis Wise.
This was followed by an attendance of 44,  on 27 September in a league fixture against Blackburn Rovers , which followed a record low attendance of 20,  on Wednesday, 24 September in a League Cup fixture, the lowest ever attendance for a competitive first-team match since the promotion to the top flight ,  and a drop of over 4, from previous lows.
Although Newcastle's crowds inevitably fell in —10 as a result of their relegation and the fact that Britain was still in recession , the Magpies still attracted a modern-day record average attendance for a club at this level with their attendance for the season averaging at 43, They also became the first club to attract a league attendance of more than 50, at this level in the modern era, and ended the season promoted as champions of the Football League Championship.
In October , a scoreboard was installed in the far corner of the Sir John Hall Stand. The scoreboard was used for the first time on 18 October during a Premier League tie against Leicester City.
However the game was delayed one hour, due to damage caused by strong wind to the paneling surrounding the scoreboard.
Newcastle United later stated on their website: "Supporter safety was of paramount importance. On 10 November , Newcastle United announced that the stadium would officially be renamed Sports Direct Arena , as a temporary measure to "showcase the sponsorship opportunity to interested parties", whilst looking for a sponsor for possible future stadium re-branding.
According to the club, the St James' Park title was dropped as not being "commercially attractive". Previously, in , the club had announced plans to sell the naming rights for the stadium.
After protests about the possible loss of the name of the stadium, which included the tabling of an early day motion in Parliament, the club clarified the following week that the move would not involve the loss of the name St James' Park altogether, citing the example of 'SportsDirect.
On 9 October , payday loan company Wonga. They subsequently announced that the St James' Park name would be restored as part of the deal.
St James' Park is spelt with James' featuring one s and an apostrophe mark, as seen on the signage of the St James' Park steps outside the entrance to the stadium, and signage inside the adjacent Metro station.
The use of an apostrophe is in contrast with the name of the Metro station itself, which is signed as St James Metro station , and with the street signs  of the nearby St James Street  and St James Terrace.
The full stop after the St giving St. James' Park is both included and omitted by many sources, including the club's official website address information.
Post-millennium it has been debated both whether the written name should include an apostrophe mark after St James,  and, if it does, whether the official written form should include an extra 's' after the apostrophe.
In May BBC Look North examined the case for adding an extra 's', to denote the ground is "the park of St James". The club insisted the name is pronounced without a second 's', whilst it was asserted by the BBC that older fans, in particular, pronounce it with two.
A professor of applied linguistics of Newcastle University stated that if a second 's' was added to the name, it has to ultimately be pronounced in speech.
James's Park, with the second 's' pronounced. Commenting on the written form on Radio Newcastle a week after the BBC story, a different senior lecturer in applied linguistics also of Newcastle University stated that if the name is to denote "the park of St James", the written form should feature an apostrophe, but the use of an additional 's' after it is optional and both are correct.
Match-day programmes printed up until the late s have written the name as St. James's Park [ citation needed ]. According to the club historian, the oldest memorabilia in the club museum refers to the ground as being pronounced without a second 's'.
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