Next All or Nothing club: We are Newcastle United documentary, release date and number of episodes

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Newcastle are the fourth Premier League club to feature on an Amazon documentary after Tottenham, Manchester City and Arsenal

Newcastle United are the subject of a new four part Amazon Prime documentary, which is titled: We Are Newcastle United. The Amazon docuseries provides behind the scenes coverage of Newcastle’s first full season under manager Eddie Howe in the aftermath of the club’s big-money Saudi takeover. 

The series is expected to show comprehensive coverage from various points of the 2022/23 campaign as the Magpies successfully returned to the Champions League for the first time in 20 years.

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The streaming powerhouse has previously produced All or Nothing series for the likes of Arsenal, Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur in recent years.

Newcastle follow in the footsteps of arch-rivals Sunderland who had a Netflix series titled Sunderland ‘Till I Die.

But what can we expect from Newcastle’s Amazon Prime documentary and when is it likely to be released?

Here’s everything we know so far.

Newcastle United documentary release date

Amazon Prime have confirmed the official release date for the highly anticipated Newcastle United documentary.

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The streaming powerhouse tweeted: “NUFC are a club with new expectations and ambitions. Episode One of a four-part series is coming to Prime Video on 11 August.”

What to expect

Newcastle secured Champions League football for the first time 20 years. (Getty Images) Newcastle secured Champions League football for the first time 20 years. (Getty Images)
Newcastle secured Champions League football for the first time 20 years. (Getty Images) | AFP via Getty Images

Newcastle United have enjoyed a dramatic turnaround over the last 18 months which has seen the club ascend from the bottom of the table to earn a place in the Champions League.

The North East club earned a place on Europe’s biggest stage for the first time since 2003 when they were managed by club icon Bobby Robson.

Newcastle also reached their first domestic cup final in 24 years but suffered a 2-0 against Manchester United in a repeat of the 1999 FA Cup final.

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The documentary delves into some of the behind the scenes footage of the cup run including the post-match reaction of Newcastle’s semi-final victory over Southampton.

However, the four-part show will be slightly different to some of Amazon’s previous All or Nothing series as it will instead focus on the business side of the football club rather than matters on the pitch.

When the documentary was announced, Eddie Howe praised the decision as long as it didn’t interfere too much with his players' privacy. He said: “Privacy is important; when you’re dealing with players, there are certain things which should never escape the walls of the training ground.”

Is there a trailer for Newcastle’s Amazon documentary?

Amazon Prime Video released a trailer for the upcoming documentary, which features exclusive interviews with a number of the players, coaches, staff and the club’s hierarchy which features Amanda Stavely, Mehrad Ghodussi, the Reuben brothers and Yasir Al-Rumayyan.

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Staveley claimed her long term goal is for Newcastle to finish top of the Premier League. 

Staveley said in October 2021: “We want to get those trophies, obviously. At the top of the Premier League, in Europe, but to get those trophies means patience, investment, time. We want everybody to work with us to build the club towards what it needs to be.”

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