Tyne-Tees Derby

The Tyne–Tees derby (also known as the North East derby) is a term which is often applied to matches between Newcastle United and Middlesbrough. The derby is more of a regional derby between these two clubs who have played each other more often over the last ten years than both these clubs have played their nearest rivals Sunderland. Middlesbrough play their home games at the Riverside Stadium, while Newcastle United play their home games at St. James' Park.

Some of the derbies were shown live during the 1990s as part of the North East Match programme on the local ITV region, Tyne Tees Television.

Results

The following table shows results from league matches between Newcastle and Middlesbrough since 1988.[1]

Date Venue Result
13/03/2010 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
20/12/2009 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–0 Middlesbrough (first Tyne–Tees derby outside of top-flight in 18 years; attendance record for a Championship fixture, with a crowd of 49,644)
11/05/2009 St. James' Park Newcastle 3–1 Middlesbrough (Newcastle moved out of the relegation zone on goal difference, but ultimately both teams went down)
29/11/2008 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 0–0 Newcastle
03/02/2008 St. James' Park Newcastle 1–1 Middlesbrough
26/08/2007 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
03/04/2007 St. James' Park Newcastle 0–0 Middlesbrough
22/10/2006 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 1–0 Newcastle
09/04/2006 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 1–2 Newcastle
02/01/2006 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–2 Middlesbrough
27/04/2005 St. James' Park Newcastle 0–0 Middlesbrough
14/08/2004 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
21/02/2004 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–1 Middlesbrough
19/10/2003 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 0–1 Newcastle
05/03/2003 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 1–0 Newcastle
04/11/2002 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–0 Middlesbrough
26/12/2001 St. James' Park Newcastle 3–0 Middlesbrough
08/09/2001 Riverside Middlesbrough 1–4 Newcastle
17/03/2001 St. James' Park Newcastle 1–2 Middlesbrough
16/10/2000 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 1–3 Newcastle
02/05/2000 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
03/10/1999 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–1 Middlesbrough
01/05/1999 St. James' Park Newcastle 1–1 Middlesbrough
06/12/1998 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
22/02/1997 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 0–1 Newcastle
03/11/1996 St. James' Park Newcastle 3–1 Middlesbrough
10/02/1996 Riverside Stadium Middlesbrough 1–2 Newcastle
30/08/1995 St. James' Park Newcastle 1–0 Middlesbrough
26/12/1991 St. James' Park Newcastle 0–1 Middlesbrough
27/08/1991 Ayresome Park Middlesbrough 3–0 Newcastle
12/05/1991 Ayresome Park Middlesbrough 3–0 Newcastle
03/10/1990 St. James' Park Newcastle 0–0 Middlesbrough
05/05/1990 Ayresome Park Middlesbrough 4–1 Newcastle (Boro avoided relegation & Newcastle missed out on promotion as a result of this game)
04/11/1989 St. James' Park Newcastle 2–2 Middlesbrough
26/02/1989 Ayresome Park Middlesbrough 2–2 Newcastle
26/10/1988 St. James' Park Newcastle 3–0 Middlesbrough

See also

References

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