We’re a diverse bunch with a wide range of backgrounds and life stories, but one thing that we all have in common is our love for the Mighty Mags, Newcastle United! Howay!
Melbourne native now living out in the sticks, his love for Newcastle United started in the mid 90’s under the magic of Kevin Keegan and the entertainers. Having travelled to Newcastle Upon Tyne on three occasions, his passion for the club and city is massive. Joelinton’s biggest fan!
Born and bred in Wallsend but has swapped the north east of England for the north east of Queensland, Craig is black & white daft and even got married on the hallowed turf of St James’ Park in 2014; Pardew was so impressed with Craig’s performance that day he tried to sign him as a midfield destroyer, but alas his heart was set on a move across the globe. Craig: My NUFC
Dimi’s love for Newcastle started back in 1998 when he was introduced to the great Alan Shearer; in the proceeding 15 years he’s hardly missed a game, regardless how early in the morning kickoff may have been.
People think he has a sickness, but we prefer to call it passion, and with NUFC those two often go hand in hand! Dimitri: My Love For NUFC
Hailing from Northumberland and now residing in Queensland, Jack is a lifelong NUFC supporter with a wide ranging interest in sports particularly rugby, cricket and AFL (go Lions!). Always keeps a fridge full of Range Brewery beers on the deck for when the thirst hits him.
Born in Geelong, Victoria with roots in the North East, Keegan didn’t have much choice in who he supported. Following Newcastle his whole life, his first real life heartbreak was when Tino Asprilla left and his first customised shirt was ruined.
A lifetime of Newcastle support has meant a lifetime of Newcastle heartbreak. But that hasn’t stopped him bleeding black and white and his support for the club is as strong as ever now.
He also loves AFL (Geelong) and watching sport with nice cold drink.
With family scattered around the North East, Keegan has been a regular visitor to the area and even filmed a Newcastle training session. Even if it wasn’t quite allowed.
Originally from Gateshead and now living in Queensland, Lee has been supporting NUFC for over 35 years and still remembers the very first strip he got for Christmas as a 10 year old (’85 Umbro away – love it). A fan of BBL and AFL but still yet to witness any of his teams lift a bloody cup!
Mark was born in the North-East but grew up in Perth, Western Australia from a young age. He started following Newcastle United at the age of 16, when he bought a black & white home shirt on a trip back to visit family. Since then he has worked in Newcastle, holding a season ticket for 7 years before finally returning to Australia. He now calls Brisbane home but has never let his obsession with the club die.