Newcastle United has revealed the commemorative crest that will be used to honour the club’s 125th anniversary season.

The gold and silver design is based on the Magpies' existing crest - itself based on the Newcastle upon Tyne coat of arms - and a golden adornment has been added to mark the milestone year.

The new variation will appear on the club's classic black and white stripes during the 2017/18 season and will also feature on away and third kits throughout the club's anniversary campaign.

Newcastle United was formed in the summer of 1892 when Newcastle East End absorbed the assets of city rivals Newcastle West End, including the lease of St. James' Park. A new name for this stronger, unified club was chosen and 'Newcastle United' was officially recognised that same year on 9th December.

The Magpies' new 2017/18 Puma home kit will be unveiled soon.

Comments (8)

  1. Laslow123

125 years of being a nothing team.

  1. Paul Nelson

Wow to the 2 comments above. Pretty brutal. I'm not from Newcastle at all but I think it's an amazing city full of friendly people, great restaurants and a superb nightlife. St James Park is incredible as are the supporters who follow the club. They have won several major honours all be it not recently. Newcastle will be back in the premier league and will be a huge part of it.

The shirt looks amazing and I think the absence of wonga as the sponsor is a great thing.

What people feel the need to slag a city and club off on a site that shows us new strips is beyond me.

  1. Paul Nelson

Why people*****

  1. chubby    Paul Nelson

nice paul you have been there then

as two the other idiots they don't remember that newcastle has produced some of the best home mid eightest great
waddle berdsley gasgoine sheara and others before and other teams had wny idea soccer development maybe they all play for england and still push out quality young players
i can't wait for newcastle to by pass sunderland

  1. chubby

and yes im a nufc fan for40 years

  1. chubby

1971 fairs cup which is known as the europer league and many titles by going up and down
keagan taking us in the top for for 3 season
even though we should have won 1 but that's football
don't slag off a team or its town unless you have lived there

and paul you must have enjoyed your visit there which everyone from newcastle would love to hear

  1. Paul Nelson    chubby

I'm Scottish but have a pal in Newcastle. He lives it. I do follow Newcastle as my kind of English side. Always have. Yeah I have never had a bad experience of the city.

  1. Russel1311

Everything else aside, that is NOT a commemorative crest. That's their usual crest with a couple of feathers underneath it. The word 'lazy' springs to mind.

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