It was built in St James' Park and the name stuck i suppose...
At present, Newcastle's home stadium is St. James's Park
because it is near st James train station
The capacity of St. James Park is approximately 52,387.
St James Park is a public park and as such has no admission charge.
The tenant of St James' Park is Newcastle United F.C. in England.
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.
St James Park railway station was created in 1906.
St. James's Park tube station was created in 1868.
In order of size, largest first, Hyde Park, Green Park, St James' Park, Regents Park, Primrose Hill, Alexandra Park, Hampstead Heath, Kew Gardens, Syon Park and Richmond park
St James' Park, the home ground of Newcastle United, was first opened in 1892, making it 119 years old! It is the largest and oldest football ground in the northeast of England. St James's Park, a 58-acre park in the City of Westminster, London, was first used as a park in 1603 by James I and is therefore 408 years old. St James's Park is the oldest of the Royal Parks of London.
Actually its Exeter City that play at St. James park...Newcastle United F.C. play at St. James's Park....the difference is the apostophy s in the spelling
No, St James Park is better. It cost more to build and can hold more people.