Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Timeline, Results & Fixtures

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In this article, we will explore the Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. timeline of previous games and results. We are well aware that football didn’t begin in 1992 when the Premier League began, but we have limited resources and had to start somewhere. We decided the beginning of the Premier League was as good a place as any and would provide more than enough insight into the recent history and results between Arsenal and Newcastle United.

Between 1992 and now, Newcastle United spent just three seasons outside the top flight, while Arsenal have been in the Premier League every season since its inauguration. Therefore, the Arsenal vs Newcastle United fixture has brought plenty of exciting games.

We have split this Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. timeline into multiple sections based on seasons, beginning with the most recent fixtures in order to improve readability.

● Denotes action for Arsenal 

● Denotes action for Newcastle United

Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Fixtures:

Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Fixtures are Premier League unless stated otherwise.

24th February 2024 – Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Emirates Stadium)

Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Timeline and Results:

Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Timeline and Results are Premier League unless stated otherwise.


4th November 2023

Newcastle 1-0 Arsenal

Anthony Gordon 64’●

We’re at St. James’ Park in our Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. Timeline, Results & Fixtures article. While a 1-0 game wouldn’t usually make the cut for our featured section, this does because the goal, and the game, was full of controversy. Anthony Gordan’s second-half winner was the subject of three different VAR checks – one check for a possible ball out of play, one check for a possible foul as Joelinton pushed Gabriel in the back, and one check for a possible offside as the ball came back across to Gordon. In the end, VAR decided the goal should stand as they did not see enough evidence from any of the incidents to disallow it.

Seperately, there were calls for a Kai Havertz red card as he lunged in on Sean Longstaff, but just a yellow was shown to the German. In what was probably the worst decision of the evening, Bruno Guimaraes got away without punishment after elbowing Jorginho in the back of the head off the ball.

It was a feisty encounter and a very intense game as Newcastle inflicted Arsenal’s first defeat of the season. Following the game, Mikel Arteta said the decision to not rule out the goal was “an absolute disgrace.” Arteta was charged, but subsequently cleared, by the FA for his comments.

7th May 2023

Newcastle United 0-2 Arsenal

Martin Odegaard 14′●, Fabian Schar (og) 71′●

3rd January 2023

Arsenal 0-0 Newcastle


16th May 2022

Newcastle 2-0 Arsenal

Ben White (og) 55’●, Bruno Guimaraes 85’●

27th November 2021

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle

Bukayo Saka 56′●, Gabriel Martinelli 66′●

Related: Arsenal vs Tottenham: North London Derby History


2nd May 2021

Newcastle United 0-2 Arsenal

Mohamed Elneny 6′●, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 66′●,Fabian Schar Red Card 90′●

18th January 2021

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 50′●, Bukayo Saka 61′●, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 77′●

9th January 2021 (FA Cup 3rd Round)

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle (AET)

Emile Smith Rowe 109′●, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 117′●


16th February 2020

Arsenal 4-0 Newcastle

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 54′●, Nicolas Pepe 57′●, Mesut Ozil 90′●, Alexandre Lacazette 90′●

11th August 2019

Newcastle 0-1 Arsenal

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang 58′●


1st April 2019

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle

Aaron Ramsey 30′●, Alexandre Lacazette 83′●

15 September 2018

Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal

Granit Xhaka 49′●, Mesut Ozil 58′●, Ciaran Clark 90’●


15 April 2018

Newcastle 2-1 Arsenal

Alexandre Lacazette 14′●, Ayoze Perez 29’●, Matt Ritchie 68’●

16th December 2017

Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle

Mesut Ozil 23′●

2016/17 – N/A because Newcastle United played in the Championship (Won the title)


2nd January 2016

Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle

Laurent Koscielny 72′●

29th August 2015

Newcastle 0-1 Arsenal

Fabricio Coloccini (og) 52′●


21st March 2015

Newcastle 1-2 Arsenal

Olivier Giroud 24′,’28’●, Moussa Sissoko 48’●

13th December 2014

Arsenal 4-1 Newcastle United

Olivier Giroud 15′, 58′●, Santi Cazorla 54′, 88′ (P)●, Ayoze Perez 63’●

Related: Anfield 89: How Arsenal won the League in the most dramatic of circumstances


28th April 2014

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Laurent Koscielny 26′●, Mesut Ozil 42′●, Olivier Giroud ’66●

29th December 2013

Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal

Olivier Giroud 65′●


19th May 2013

Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal

Laurent Koscielny 52′●

29th December 2012

Arsenal 7-3 Newcastle United

Theo Walcott ’20, 73′, 90′●, Demba Ba 43’●, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain 50′●, Sylvain Marveaux 59’●, Lukasz Podolski 64′●, Demba Ba 69’●, Olivier Giroud 84′, 87′●

Our Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. timeline and results article brings us to this eyewatering game at Emirates Stadium, in which the sides shared 10 goals. Incredibly, this game was 1-1 at half time, before being 2-2 and also 3-3 until Arsenal turned on the style and scored another four goals. Theo Walcott’s third goal is particularly pleasing, in which he was fouled in the box but got back up to score:


12th March 2012

Arsenal 2-1 Newcastle United

Robin van Persie 15′●, Hatem Ben Arfa 14’●, Thomas Vermaelen 90′●

13th August 2011

Newcastle United 0-0 Arsenal


5th February 2011

Newcastle United 4-4 Arsenal

Theo Walcott 1′●, Johann Djourou 3′●, Robin van Persie 10′, 26′●, Abou Diaby Red Card 50′●, Joey Barton (P) 68′, (P) 83’●, Leon Best 75’●, Cheick Tiote 87’●

Our Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. timeline brings us to the incredible 4-4 draw at St. James’ Park, with Newcastle United fighting back from 4-0 down: creating one of the greatest results in Premier League history. Cheick Tiote scored a screamer of an equaliser in the 87th minute:

7th November 2010

Arsenal 0-1 Newcastle United

Andy Carroll 45’●, Laurent Koscielny Red Card 90′●

27th October 2010 (League Cup 4th Round)

Newcastle United 0-4 Arsenal

Tim Krul (OG) 45′●, Theo Walcott 53′, 88′●, Nicklas Bendtner 83′●

2009/10 – N/A because Newcastle United played in the Championship (Won the title)


21st March 2009

Newcastle United 1-3 Arsenal

Nicklas Bendtner 57′●, Obafemi Martins 58’●, Abou Diaby 64●‘, Samir Nasri 67’●

30th August 2008

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Robin van Persie (P) 18′, 41′●, Denilson 59′●


29th January 2008

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Emmanuel Adebayor 40′●, Mathieu Flamini 72′●, Cesc Fabregas 80′●

26th January 2008 (FA Cup 4th Round)

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Emmanuel Adebayor 51′, 83′●, Nicky Butt (OG) 89′●

5th December 2007

Newcastle United 1-1 Arsenal

Emmanuel Adebayor 4′●, Steven Taylor 60’●

25th September 2007 (League Cup 3rd Round)

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United

Nicklas Bendtner 83′●, Denilson 89′●


9th April 2007

Newcastle United 0-0 Arsenal

18th November 2006

Arsenal 1-1 Newcastle United

Kieron Dyer 30’●, Thierry Henry 70′●


10th December 2005

Newcastle United 1-0 Arsenal

Nolberto Solano 82’●, Gilberto Silva Red Card 57′●

14th August 2005

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United

Thierry Henry (P) 81′●, Robin van Persie 87′●


23rd January 2005

Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle United

Dennis Bergkamp 19′●

29th December 2004

Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal

Patrick Vieira 45′●


11th April 2004

Newcastle United 0-0 Arsenal

26th September 2003

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Thierry Henry 18′, 80′ (P)●, Gilberto Silva 67′●


9th February 2003

Newcastle United 1-1 Arsenal

Thierry Henry 35′●, Laurent Robert 53’●, Laurent Robert Red Card 58’●

9th November 2002

Arsenal 1-0 Newcastle United

Sylvain Wiltord 24′●


23rd March 2002 (FA Cup Quarter Final Replay)

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Robert Pires 2′●, Dennis Bergkamp 7′●, Sol Campbell 50′●

9th March 2002 (FA Cup Quarter Final)

Newcastle United 1-1 Arsenal

Edu 14′●, Laurent Robert 52’●

2nd March 2002

Newcastle United 0-2 Arsenal

Dennis Bergkamp 11′●, Sol Campbell 41′●

Our Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C timeline and results article takes us to 2nd March 2002, when Dennis Bergkamp scored one of the greatest Premier League goals of all time:

18th December 2001

Arsenal 1-3 Newcastle

Robert Pires 20′●, Ray Parlour Sent Off 43′●, Andy O’Brien 60’●, Alan Shearer 85′ (P)●, Laurent Robert 90’●


15th May 2001

Newcastle United 0-0 Arsenal

9th December 2000

Arsenal 5-0 Newcastle United

Thierry Henry 13′●, Ray Parlour 16′, 86′, 90′●, Nwankwo Kanu 52′●

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14th May 2000

Newcastle United 4-2 Arsenal

Gary Speed 6′, 59’●, Nwankwo Kanu 7′●, Alan Shearer 23’●, Stefan Malz 53′●, Andy Griffin 63’●

30th October 1999

Arsenal 0-0 Newcastle United


28th February 1999

Newcastle United 1-1 Arsenal

Nicolas Anelka 36′●, Dietmar Hamaan 77’●

4th October 1998

Arsenal 3-0 Newcastle United

Dennis Bergkamp 21′, 66′ (P)●, Nicolas Anelka 29′● Nikos Dabizas Red Card 65’●


16th May 1998 (FA Cup Final, Wembley)

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United

Marc Overmars 23′● Nicolas Anelka 69′●

Our Arsenal vs Newcastle United F.C. timeline next brings us to the 1998 FA Cup final. Arsenal defeated Newcastle United 2-0 at the old Wembley Stadium to secure a Premier League and FA Cup double:

11th April 1998

Arsenal 3-1 Newcastle United

Nicolas Anelka 41′, 64′●, Patrick Vieira 72′●, Warren Barton 79’●

6th December 1997

Newcastle United 0-1 Arsenal

Ian Wright 36′●


3rd May 1997

Arsenal 0-1 Newcastle United

Robbie Elliot 44’●, Keith Gillespie Red Card 79’●

30th November 1996

Newcastle United 1-2 Arsenal

Lee Dixon 11′●, Alan Shearer 21’●, Tony Adams Red Card 22′●, Ian Wright 60′●

If you’re wondering, as we were, whether Tony Adams was sent off almost immediately after Alan Shearer equalised for Newcastle United: yes, he pulled Shearer down and was sent off for a professional foul, leaving Arsenal with 10 men:


23rd March 1996

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United

Scott Marshall 3′●, Ian Wright 17′●

10th January 1996 (League Cup Quarter Final)

Arsenal 2-0 Newcastle United

Ian Wright 44′, 90′●, David Ginola Red Card 67’●

2nd January 1996

Newcastle United 2-0 Arsenal

David Ginola 1’●, Les Ferdinand 46’●


19th March 1995

Newcastle United 1-0 Arsenal

Peter Beardsley 89’●

18th September 1994

Arsenal 2-3 Newcastle United

Peter Beardsley 6′, 45 (P)●, Tony Adams 9′●, Ruel Fox 74’●, Ian Wright 88′●


7th May 1994

Newcastle United 2-0 Arsenal

Andy Cole 46’●, Peter Beardsley 66′ (P)●

27th November 1993

Arsenal 2-1 Newcastle United

Ian Wright 15′●, Alan Smith 60′●, Peter Beardsley 61’●

1992/93 (First Premier League Season) N/A because Newcastle United played in the First Division (Won the title)

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