On Sunday 23rd June 2009 a press release from club secretary/joint owner of Newcastle Blue Star declared that the club would no longer be competing at any level. This statement brought to the end 79 years for one of Tyneside's most senior clubs and one of the most, if not the, unique names in football. The website gives details of the club as a lasting tribute to all that played for, helped to run and supported the club.


Newcastle Blue Star Football Club were formed in 1930 and were elected to the Newcastle & District Trader league (later Newcastle Business houses League). They continued in that league until the Second World War brought the competition to a close.
In 1946/47, Blue Star resumed operations in the Tyneside Amateur League, winning the championship at the first attempt. In 1962/63 Blue Star moved into the Northern Combination and were champions in that first season and again in 1968/69. Star also won the Northern Combination League Cup twice and the Northumberland Minor Cup before moving to the Wearside League in 1973.

Now as Blue Star Welfare, the club maintained their record of winning the championship of each new league at the first attempt. Through the twelve seasons in the Wearside League, Star were the most consistent team, winning the League Championship on five occasions. They league was won in three consecutive years (1983-1985) and the League Cup on five occasions. The Monkwearmouth Charity Cup was won three times and the Sunderland Shipowners Cup twice. In 1982/83 Star achieved the ‘grand slam’ of Wearside League trophies – the only time this has been achieved.

During their spell in the Wearside League, success extended to the cup competitions. The Northumberland Senior Cup was won on three occasions and in 1978 the club won their first national trophy. Barton Rovers were beaten in the FA Challenge Vase Final staged at none other than Wembley Stadium.


Neutral venue: 16391 v Barton Rovers, FA Vase Final (Wembley Stadium), 22/04/1978
Wheatsheaf Ground: 1800 v Almondsbury Greenway, FA Vase Semi-Final, 1978
Kingston Park Stadium: 3600 v Newcastle United Reserves, Friendly, 13/08/2007


1932-1973 Newcastle Blue Star; 1973-1979 Blue Star Welfare; 1979-1986 Blue Star; 1986-1994 Newcastle Blue Star; 1994-1997 RTM Newcastle; 1997+ Newcastle Blue Star

Where to watch football in Newcastle

Football has always been a favorite sport among the people in Newcastle. With dedicated clubs, numerous fans and lots of competitions, there is no wonder that you can find plenty of bars or pubs that show live matches. Whether you plan a vacation in the town around the time of the big competitions, or you look for a lively spot where you can have fun with other supporters, take a look at the wonderful proposals and prepare yourself for an adventure.

Choose between the amazing locations within the city and make sure you spend an awesome evening with your mates. For more information, you can ask your charming companions on the Live Sex Cams or on you log on every weekend for recommendations and pick the ones that suit your taste. This platform for adults allows you to share the stories and enjoyable experiences from the latest match and see what football players or clubs the pretty strangers fancy.

With so many personalities you will come upon on the Live Sex Cams spicy sessions, you will certainly appreciate the diversity of the tips they offer you about the most sought pubs in Newcastle. Take advantage of the steamy nights with your sexy ladies from the adult entertainment and make certain you relax before a spectacular game played for the European championship. Savor every moment of the attention you get from them and get ready for the next challenge.

The Aspers Sports Bar is a place you cannot miss when it comes to live screening. With a huge high-definition screen, never-ending drinks or food, exceptional service and a stylish décor, you can have a delicious meal while you catch all the action of the sport event in a lively ambiance where fans chant the name of their cherished team with enthusiasm and share the joy of a good score with the ones on the football field.

The Tiger Tiger is the ideal playground for soccer enthusiasts. Book a table with your friends for a vibrant night out in the friendly environment of the bar and join other like-minded people as they root for one team or the other. From mouthwatering stakes, refreshing salads to colorful cocktails and a wide range of wines, make yourself comfortable and let the adrenaline fill your body with every ball kick you watch with your group of pals.

If you visit this side of the country on your family holiday, you and your son should definitely receive a history lesson about the legendary Newcastle Blue Star FC. As the locals take pride in the accomplishments of the team, swing by the Legends Sports Bar and learn more about the club. Since its creation in 1930, the Newcastle Blue Star FC has won multiple championship titles and made a big name for itself in this industry.

Let your passion for soccer take you to The Hancock for the heated beer garden, pool tables, lots of TV screens and yummy food. From locals to tourists, this place is always packed with guests who come for a pint of beer while they cheer on their treasured players. As Newcastle is home to a large number of pubs, explore the best venues in town and enjoy the city’s football legacy anytime you feel like it!