Salary figures chart of Newcastle United

Newcastle United Salaries 2015 – passion to play like champions

Check out Newcastle United FC players salaries of 2015 and much more in this article. Club was founded as a private limited company, which was later converted to Public Limited Company through stock exchange for 3 million euros in 1991 by John Hall, who bought 72.9% shares. In December 1998, NTL, a media group, after buying 6.3% shares for 10 million euros considered for full takeover but then ended their pursuit. Mike Ashley purchased the club in 2007 and with the passage of time he bought 95% shares of the club, forcing the remaining ones to sell their shares. Club is 12th richest club of the world, generated more than 115 million euros in terms of annual revenue in 2012.

Newcastle United footballers Salary List (Image format)

Text format is given just below the image and few other details of THE MAPIES too.

Salary figures chart of Newcastle United
Newcastle United

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Footballer Name: Weekly salary Contract Valid Yearly wage Worth
Ayoze Pérez £23,269 30-06-2019 £1,210,000 £4,840,000
Cheik Tioté £45,128 30-06-2017 £2,346,667 £7,040,000
Curtis Good £2,115 30-06-2018 £110,000 £440,000
Daryl Janmaat £27,500 30-06-2020 £1,430,000 £5,720,000
Emmanuel Rivière £33,846 30-06-2017 £1,760,000 £5,280,000
Fabricio Coloccini £21,154 30-06-2017 £1,100,000 £2,200,000
Facundo Ferreyra £67,692 30-06-2015 £3,520,000 £3,520,000
Gabriel Obertan £8,462 30-06-2017 £440,000 £880,000
Jack Colback £25,385 30-06-2019 £1,320,000 £5,280,000
Jak Alnwick £4,231 30-06-2015 £220,000 £220,000
Jonás Gutiérrez £25,385 30-06-2015 £1,320,000 £1,320,000
Massadio Haidara £11,282 30-06-2018 £586,667 £1,760,000
Mehdi Abeid £8,462 30-06-2017 £440,000 £880,000
Mike Williamson £21,154 30-06-2017 £1,100,000 £2,200,000
Moussa Sissoko £63,462 30-06-2019 £3,300,000 £13,200,000
Papiss Demba Cissé £45,128 30-06-2017 £2,346,667 £7,040,000
Paul Dummett £14,103 30-06-2018 £733,333 £2,200,000
Rémy Cabella £42,308 30-06-2020 £2,200,000 £8,800,000
Rob Elliot £8,462 30-06-2017 £440,000 £880,000
Rolando Aarons £5,641 3/6/2017 £293,333 £440,000
Ryan Taylor £16,923 30-06-2015 £880,000 £880,000
Sam Ameobi £84,615 30-06-2015 £4,400,000 £4,400,000
Siem de Jong £38,077 30-06-2020 £1,980,000 £7,920,000
Steven Taylor £25,385 30-06-2017 £1,320,000 £2,640,000
Tim Krul £50,769 30-06-2017 £2,640,000 £7,920,000
Vurnon Anita £22,564 30-06-2017 £1,173,333 £3,520,000
Yoan Gouffran £39,487 30-06-2017 £2,053,333 £6,160,000

Newcastle United F.C, also known as Geordies, The Toons and The Mapies, is an English based football club which was founded in 1892 as Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End were merged. The capacity of home ground, St. James Park, is 52,405 seats. The club has always been the member of Premier League competition except two times.

In major titles, club won 6 FA Cups, 4 League Titles, 1 League Cup and 1 FA Charity Shield. Some other titles include 2 FA Youth Cup, 1 Inter-Cities Fair Cup, 1 UEFA Intertoto Cup and others. In England, club is having 9th highest total of major honors. Club’s most successful ever period was between 1904 to 1910.

St. James Park, home ground of The Toons, is the oldest and largest stadium in North East England, UK’s 6th largest stadium, hosting 10 international football matches at senior level, used as a venue for 2012 Summer Olympics and will be used for the upcoming 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Newcastle United is a good mid-table club. Always looking to give tough time with limited resources. Now you know how much Newcastle United players earn. This is a popular club with all the passion to play like champions.