The name of St. James' Park, home of Newcastle United was actually named after a road. St. James Street is nearby the stadium, not a person.
Because St.James Park is located next to St.James street
The don't however both their stadiums have similar names, the difference is Exeter's stadium is called St James park which would be the park of St James whereas Newcastle's stadium is called St James' park meaning belonging to St James. The Newcastle stadium also has a capacity of 52,387 whereas Exeter's is only 9,036.
This should be about £20-25.
The address for Newcastle United's home stadium, St James Park is ; St James' Park, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4ST
City of Coventry Stadium, Coventry Hampden Park, Glasgow Millennium Stadium, Cardiff Old Trafford, Manchester St James' Park, Newcastle Upon Tyne Wembley Stadium, London
At present, Newcastle's home stadium is St. James's Park
St James' Park is an full seater stadium in England. It is the home of Premier League club Newcastle United F.C. and has a seating capacity of 52,405. It is home stadium for new castle united since 1892 and was used for the football matches since 1880
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St James' Park, or the Sports Direct Arena, has a capacity of 52,387.
No major club has a stadium in two countries man utd only has old Trafford because it's been built in Manchester and it will only be the only stadium for them so basically no football team has a stadium in two countries. International football have camps but not two different grounds
There are many cantilevers in the world, but among the biggest ones are St James' Work in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne which is the home stadium of the Newcastle United F.C. The old, but now demolished, Miami stadium was also among them.
St. James Park ( Newcastle ) and the Stadium of Light ( Sunderland ) are approximately 14 miles from each other. Due to their close proximity they consider themselves local rivals.
Newcastle United was founded in December 1892 by the merger of two local teams Newcastle East End and Newcastle West End who were previously rivals in the Northern League, but after West End fell into financial difficulties they decided to merge. The deal included the lease on West End's stadium St. James' Park and several names were suggested for the new club, including Newcastle Rangers and Newcastle City, however they chose the name Newcastle United. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newcastle_united#History