Sky Sports commentator Martin Tyler has shared his best memory of his many trips to Newcastle United's St. James' Park home, recalling a date many fans will be familiar with.
St. James' Park has played occasion to some great moments in the club's history during the Premier League but one outstanding result came against Newcastle United in the 1990's.
Back in October 1996, Newcastle tore Manchester United apart in a dominant display that resulted in a 5-0 win - earning revenge from a 4-0 defeat at Wembley at the start of the campaign.
That date will certainly live long in the memory of Newcastle supporter's and for Tyler, it also stands out when he recalls the biggest moments he has covered at the ground.
"Newcastle were not in the first Premier League season, but under Kevin Keegan they won promotion that year and took the second Premier League campaign by storm, finishing third. With their brand of attacking football, they became known as The Entertainers," he told Sky Sports.
"The following season, they finished sixth and then, after a tremendous battle, runners-up to Manchester United. That rivalry was put to the test in the 1996 Charity Shield, which Alex Ferguson's team won 4-0. The pain of that Wembley defeat was motivation in itself for the Newcastle team as the two Uniteds met in the Premier League at St James' Park the following October.
"On Sky Sports, our Super Sunday tag rang true but only for one United, as Newcastle won 5-0. They were like men possessed, even though the first goal from defender Darren Peacock and the third - a powerful header from Les Ferdinand which twice hit the underside of the bar - only just went over the line.
"David Ginola had us reaching for superlatives with a shot that whipped past Peter Schmeichel. Alan Shearer, who carried the fire of the fans in his own heart, also got in on the act.
"It took something extra special to top it all off and Belgian defender Philippe Albert provided it by seeing Peter Schmeichel off his line and chipping the ball over him from 25 yards. A delicious goal! I often see Philippe, who works for Belgian TV, and you can imagine what quickly becomes the topic of conversation.
"Apparently Sir John Hall, who ran Newcastle at the time, proudly said at the final whistle: "You've seen the champions today. He was right. Manchester United finished seven points clear! Newcastle ended up second again. Kevin Keegan described the 5-0 success as his greatest day in management, but by the following January, he was gone. If you got trophies for crowd-pleasing alone, his Newcastle would have had a stack."
That was not the only outstanding memory he recalled on Newcastle's Tyneside home, as he also played a role in the hit film Goal!
"In 2005, I was asked to appear as myself in the film 'Goal' and all my scenes were shot at the ground, even the ones where I was supposed to be in a different stadium.
"It is the only place where I have ever appeared in a movie so you can understand why I DO LIKE THIS GROUND!"