Striving for a fair deal for disabled fans of Newcastle United
NUDSA is a charitable organisation established in 1998 by disabled fans of Newcastle United, to represent disabled fans of Newcastle United.
NUDSA is run by a committee that meets regularly, they support the needs and concerns of members. NUDSA has an excellent working relationship with Newcastle United and has a permanent seat on the fans forum.
NUDSA organises and runs many events, including at least 4 social events per year at St. James' Park, stadium tours and away trips. It is only £5 for adults, £2 for under 18s (Zebras) and £20 for organisations for a yearly membership of NUDSA - so why not join NUDSA today?
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NUDSA are very sad at the news that former Newcastle United midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 after collapsing during training in China. We offer our condolences to his family. He will be remembered fondly as a tenacious midfielder who loved a tackle and always gave 100% on the pitch. In his seven years … Read More
We hold our End of Season Party on 3rd May at St James’ Park. With NUFC already securing promotion to the Premier League, this is a great opportunity to celebrate a successful season. In honour of our iconic manager, Rafael Benitez, there is a Spanish theme for the night, so we encourage people to come … Read More
The Level Playing Field Weeks of Action this year are taking place from 4th-19th March. To support this year’s campaign, NUDSA held an early Easter social night at St. James’ Park on the 8th March. Now an established date in the sporting calendar, Weeks of Action were established in 2005 to help highlight the positive initiatives undertaken by clubs, sporting … Read More
The NUDSA Easter Social is being held on Wednesday the 8th March 2017 at St. James’ Park, doors open at 7pm. This will be a Quiz Night with Games, Bingo, Play your Cards Right, music from the disco, and Pie, Pea & Chips. This year our Easter Competition is ‘Decorate an Egg’ this can be … Read More
This is the first post on our new NUDSA website. The site is still under construction so please be patient while we complete all the sections and get all the content uploaded. We hope this site will provide a useful hub of information for our members and for disabled football supporters in general. With details … Read More