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Newcastle United football fan at Wembley Stadium for FA Cup Final May 1974

Newcastle United football fan at Wembley Stadium for FA Cup Final May 1974


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Newcastle United football fan at Wembley Stadium for FA Cup Final May 1974

Newcastle United football fan at Wembley Stadium for FA Cup Final May 1974.
There were plenty black-and-white flags and scarves in evidence during the Seventies, with Uniteds massive army of support as fervent then as now. But 35 years ago there were also flares on the trousers, flowers on the shirts and hair galore, whiskers and all. Known then as - the Black n White Army" rather than the Toon Army, the terrace chant was Howay The Lads... Howay The Lads

Sunday Mirror
Mirrorpix
Wembley
Greater London
England

Media ID 21536266

© Mirrorpix

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In this print from May 1974, we are transported back to Wembley Stadium where a passionate Newcastle United football fan stands proudly amidst the sea of black-and-white flags and scarves. The Seventies were an era filled with fervent support for the team, and this image perfectly encapsulates that spirit. As we gaze upon the photograph, it becomes evident that the fans' dedication extended far beyond their attire. Flares adorned trousers, flowers embellished shirts, and hair flowed freely in all its glory – including impressive whiskers! This was a time when individuality shone brightly among supporters, creating a vibrant atmosphere within the stadium. Referred to as "the Black n White Army" during those years instead of today's Toon Army moniker, these loyal fans would chant "Howay The Lads. . . Howay The Lads!". Their unwavering enthusiasm echoed throughout every match. The joy captured on this fan's face is infectious. With hats perched atop heads and scarfs draped around necks, smiles radiate from each supporter present. It is clear that their love for Newcastle United transcended mere fandom; it was an integral part of their identity. This remarkable print by Sunday Mirror takes us back in time to relive the passion and camaraderie shared amongst Newcastle United supporters during one unforgettable FA Cup Final in May 1974.

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