2018–19 Newcastle United F.C. season

The 2018–19 season was Newcastle United‘s second season back in the Premier League following their promotion from the 2016–17 EFL Championship and their 24th year in the Premier League. This season Newcastle United participated in the Premier League, EFL Cup and FA Cup. This article covers the period of 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.

Newcastle United 2018–19 football season
Newcastle United
2018–19 season
Owner Mike Ashley
Managing Director Lee Charnley
Manager Rafael Benítez
Stadium St James’ Park
Premier League 13th
FA Cup Fourth round
(vs. Watford)
EFL Cup Second round
(vs. Nottingham Forest)
Top goalscorer League: Ayoze Pérez (12)
All: Ayoze Pérez (13)
Highest home attendance League/All: 52,242 (9 Mar 2019 v Everton, PL round 30)
Lowest home attendance League: 48,323 (26 Feb 2019 v Burnley, PL round 28)
All: 34,604 (26 Jan 2019 v Watford, FA Cup, R4)
Average home league attendance 51,121
Biggest win 4–0 (12 May 2019 v Fulham, PL round 38)
Biggest defeat 0–4 (26 Dec 2018 v Liverpool, PL round 19)

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The Newcastle United first team coaching staff for the 2018–19 season consisted of the following:

Position Staff
Manager Rafael Benítez
Assistant Manager Francisco “Paco” de Míguel Moreno
First Team Coach Mikel Antía
First Team Coach Antonio Gómez Pérez
Goalkeeping Coach Simon Smith
Head of Medicine Paul Catterson
Rehabilitation Fitness Coach Cristian Fernández Martínez
Head of Physiotherapy Derek Wright
Physiotherapist Daniel Martí
Physiotherapist Michael Harding
Head of Recruitment Steve Nickson
Head of Analysis Kerry Morrow

Source: [citation needed]

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