St James' Park name signs returned for Newcastle United

The St James' Park signs being put back up at the stadium The St James' Park signs being put back up at the stadium

Newcastle United's St James' Park signs have been put back in place eight months after being removed from the football stadium's wall.

It comes after the club's new sponsor, loans firm Wonga, also took on the naming rights as part of their deal.

The stadium changed names to the Sports Direct Arena in November, but had to use the name St James' Park during Olympic football games.

Wonga will also sponsor the club shirts and invest in the club's academy.

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