Founded in 1964, the Newcastle United Supporters Club (London) has a large membership spread throughout mainly London and the South East. Facilities for members including a brand new football team, social events, thriving pool and darts' teams which compete within APFSCIL leagues (Association of Provincial Football Supporters Clubs In London), a club magazine, news and a conduit for members wishing to travel to Newcastle United’s matches home or away.
Welcome to Newcastle United Supporters Club London
We are a current and very active community of Newcastle United supporters operating mainly out of London and the South-East of England. Our recent focus has been on supporting our fast-growing membership. For example, setting up a football team for our London-based Newcastle supporters (let us know if you want to join!) and our Instagram page:
Our next major event is an Outdoor Sports Day and Picnic on Bank Holiday Monday, 31 Augusr 2020 at 2pm in Regent's Park. Members, their families and friends are invited, as well as non-members interested in what the Club has to offer. Please contact email@example.com if you plan to attend or have any questions about the event.
We are looking to update our website to give it more of a modern feel and welcome ideas from members and anyone who wants to volunteer to assist with this.
We published the latest copy of our magazine, the Magpie, in April. This was designed as an online edition (we tend to alternate online and paper copies), but we agreed for a small number of members to get the edition by post. If you think this should be you & it has not arrived yet, please get in touch. We are planning another edition once the 2020/21 season is up and running.
1. 56th Annual General Meeting of the Newcastle United Supporters Club (London) - Wed 29th July 2020
Dear Supporters' Club Member,
Please find attached the notice for the Newcastle United Supporters Club (London) AGM, which will be taking place online via Zoom on Wednesday 29th July 2020 at at 7:30pm.
Due to Covid-19, we have agreed to hold the AGM online this year, a decision supported by a large majority of members who completed our recent online survey and that is not in breach of our constituion. We have had a number of new members join in the last twelve months. The AGM is a chance to get in touch with fellow club members and become more involved. And holding the AGM online also encourages members who are not based in and around London to participate.