The former England footballer wept in the dock and thanked the jury as the verdict was announced.
BBC News Tyne & Wear
Local Democracy Reporter
A second disused public toilet in Newcastle city centre could soon be tranformed into a bar.
Plans have been submitted to turn the former female loos on High Bridge Street into one of the smallest gin bars in the country.
If granted planning permission by the city council, The Gin Closet would offer a "cool selection" of artisan gin and tonics and host up to 30 customers at a time.
Developer WC Newcastle Ltd is already already building a wine bar in the disused men's toilets on the nearby Bigg Market.
Paul Gascoigne's solicitor has said the charge hanging over him was "tough".
The 52-year-old has been cleared of sexually assaulting a woman on a train and also found not guilty of assault by beating.
Reading a statement outside Teesside Crown Court, Imogen Cox said Mr Gascoigne was glad it was over so he could get on with his life.