TV stream for Al-Hilal vs Newcastle United - How to watch tonight’s 5pm kick-off for freeAlmost four weeks on from our last fixture, Newcastle United face Al-Hilal in a mid-season friendly in Saudi Arabia today – and you can watch it free of charge. The 5pm kick-off can be watched here on NUFC TV, although the match is only available to stream from the UK only.
It is the second time Newcastle have visited Saudi Arabia since the club was taken over by the Public Investment Fund last October. The club’s previous visit saw them travel to Jeddah and play a friendly match against Al-Ittihad which they won 2-1 thanks to goals from Allan Saint-Maximin and Ryan Fraser. Al-Hilal v Newcastle United kick-off details Newcastle United in Saudi Arabia (photo: Getty)The Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium will host the high-profile friendly between Saudi Pro League champions Al-Hilal and Newcastle on Thursday, December 8 (5pm kick-off GMT/ 8pm AST).
Howe has also included youngsters Jay Turner-Cooke, Alex Murphy, Dylan Stephenson, Joe White and Lewis Miley. Dan Burn was conspicuously missing from the team photo showing the squad arriving in Riyadh but the defender is expected to fly out and join up with the rest of the squad this week. What has Eddie Howe said about the visit to Saudi Arabia? Head coach Eddie Howe told the club website: “The break for the World Cup gives us the opportunity for a mini pre-season ahead of a crucial part of the season. "Our trip to Jeddah in January was pivotal for us last season. It galvanised the group, and the hard work the players put in was rewarded in performances and results on our return. "We will have access to world class facilities as refurbishments at our own training ground continue, and we look forward to facing Al-Hilal and playing in front of our growing numbers of supporters in the region.
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Kick-off is at 20:00 local time, making it a 17:00 GMT kick-off. Newcastle will follow the game against Al Hilal with a match against Spanish side Rayo Vallecano on December 17. The Magpies are then back in competitive action on December 21 as they take on Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup at St James' Park. In order to watch this match, you will need to be a subscriber to NUFC TV where the game will be shown live. The club have warned fans to log in well before kick-off in order to avoid any congestion on the website. NUFC TV is also compatible with Chromecast which means that fans can stream the game on their television at 17:00.
Diriyah Season Cup: How to watch Al Hilal vs NewcastleNewcastle United fans are enjoying the sort of season where you just want to watch your team play every single day, and any day you can't feels like an injustice. That makes the 2022 Qatar World Cup particularly annoying for the Magpies as they sit third in the Premier League table and are in stunning form under Eddie Howe. Fear not though, Newcastle fans, as there will soon be a chance to watch your team again. Newcastle will be facing Al Hilal as part of the Diriyah Season, and here is what we know so far. The Diriyah Season is a collective celebration of sport and art which started in 2021 and will take place every year. It has previously featured a boxing heavyweight title bout between Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz, tennis tournaments and Formula E, along with live music performances from global artists such as Usher, Pitbull and David Guetta.
Unlike Newcastle’s previous friendly match in Saudi Arabia, this game will not be limited by COVID-19 restrictions and be open to the public as usual with tickets available from just 25SAR (£5. 42). How to live stream Al-Hilal v Newcastle UnitedAs with previous friendly matches, the full match will be broadcast live free of charge on NUFC TV. There is no live television broadcast available in the UK. Which Newcastle United players have travelled with the squad to Saudi Arabia? The majority of Newcastle’s squad have made the journey to Riyadh. Notable exceptions include those currently at the World Cup in Qatar – Bruno Guimaraes, Fabian Schar, Kieran Trippier, Callum Wilson and Nick Pope. United players who have been battling injuries, including Paul Dummett, Alexander Isak, Matt Ritchie and Sven Botman have also made the trip.
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Al Hilal are the most decorated club in Asia having won 65 official titles in their time. They are the club that tried to sign Cristiano Ronaldo in September 2022, but to no avail. As was always to be expected with Newcastle United's new ownership, the club is spending a week in Saudi Arabia for a warm-weather training camp. The team are based in Riyadh and the camp is in partnership with Saudi Arabia's national airline. Al Hilal vs Newcastle United is going to take place at the Prince Faisal bin Fahd Stadium in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, December 8.
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Newcastle United in Saudi Arabia: Al-Hilal kick-off time, stream details and team newsThe Newcastle squad flew to Saudi Arabia’s capital via the kingdom’s flag carrier airline SAUDIA, who have partnered with the club for the tour. After arriving on Sunday, Eddie Howe’s squad will spend a week in Saudi Arabia for warm weather training which will include a friendly match against the country’s most decorated club, Al-Hilal. Players will also be attending meet and greet events with supporters with a fan event being held at the Hyatt Regency in Riyadh on Wednesday, December 7. Newcastle have chosen to travel to Saudi Arabia while their competitive season is paused as a result of the World Cup in Qatar.
In a pre-match message to fans on social media, Newcastle United stated, ‘supporters will need to be logged in to their NUFC TV account to watch the match and are strongly advised to log in as early as possible. ’ Here’s the team news ahead of the game, seeing Eddie Howe field a strong side that features Sven Botman, Jonjo Shelvey, Joelinton, Allan Saint-Maximin and rare starts for Loris Karius and Jamal Lewis. NUFC XI: Karius – Manquillo, Lascelles, Botman, Lewis – Shelvey, Willock, Joelinton – Murphy, Wood, Saint-Maximin. Subs: Gillespie, Fraser, Almiron, Anderson, Burn, Longstaff, White, Stephenson, Turner-Cooke, A.
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