Newcastle's complete Premier League fixture list for 2015/2016.
After only narrowly staying in the Premier League with a 2-0 win over West Ham on the final day of the season, Newcastle will now be praying for better fortunes under new manager McClaren.
The former England boss will be pleased to start the new campaign at home, as Southampton are the first visitors to St. James' Park, where McClaren should receive a huge reception.
Following that game, Newcastle face a gruelling end to August as they first travel to Manchester United before hosting Arsenal, whilst McClaren will pit his side against Chelsea at home and Manchester City away within seven days of each other in September and October.
The first Tyne and Wear derby arrives in October as Newcastle make the short trip to face Sunderland at the Stadium of Light, with the corresponding fixture taking place in March at St. James' Park.
Over the busy Christmas period, Newcastle face Everton at home, Arsenal away and West Bromwich Albion away in a tricky run of fixtures, whilst they end the campaign at home to Mauricio Pochettino's Tottenham.
Here is a full list of Newcastle's fixtures for the 2015/16 campaign...
August 8: Southampton (H)
August 15: Swansea City (A)
August 22: Manchester United (A)
August 29: Arsenal (H)
September 12: West Ham United (A)
September 19:v Watford (H)
September 26: Chelsea (H)
October 3: Manchester City (A)
October 17: Norwich City (H)
October 24: Sunderland (A)
October 31: Stoke City (H)
November 7: Bournemouth (A)
November 21: Leicester City (H)
November 28: Crystal Palace (A)
December 5: Liverpool (H)
December 12: Tottenham Hotspur (A)
December 19: Aston Villa (H)
December 26: Everton (H)
December 28: West Bromwich Albion (A)
January 2: Arsenal (A)
January 13: Manchester United (H)
January 16: West Ham United (H)
January 23: Watford (A)
February 3: Everton (A)
February 6: West Bromwich Albion (H)
February 13: Chelsea (A)
February 27: Manchester City (H)
March 2: Stoke City (A)
March 5: Bournemouth (H)
March 12: Leicester City (A)
March 19: Sunderland (H)
April 2: Norwich City (A)
April 9: Southampton (A)
April 16: Swansea City (H)
April 23: Liverpool (A)
April 30: Crystal Palace (H)
May 7: Aston Villa (A)
May 15: Tottenham Hotspur (H)