Newcastle has been witnessing a footballing treat this evening as Brazil face Honduras in the Men's football quarter final.
Honduras took a surprise lead through Martinez (12") before Leandro Damiao (38") made it 1-1.
Brazil were then stunned when Honduras took the lead once again through Espinoza (48"), but a Neymar penalty (50") and a second for Leandro Damiao (60') has made it 3-2 to the Brazilians.
Brazil will play Honduras in the Men's football quarter-finals at St. James' Park at 5pm.
London 2012 Travel Advice:A bus park-and-ride scheme is being put in place to support the football matches, leaving from Great Park (A1 north) and Metrocentre. Park-and-ride is also available from 11 Metro stations.
Newcastle rail station is a recommended venue station for spectators attending the Olympic Football events at St. James' Park stadium. This station may be busy two to three hours before events begin and one to two hours after events finish.
It may also be busy when the last trains leave at the end of the day. This station is expected to be busy with spectators between:- 11.30am-2.30pm and 4.30-6.30pm: Friday 3rd August 2012.
It's the biggest day of Olympic football that St James' Park has seen so far.
The USA take on New Zealand in the quarter final.
It's all over. Danilo (23'), Leandro Damiao (29") and Sandro (52") with the goals as Brazil produce a fine performance at St James' Park.
The victory also means Brazil qualify with maximum points in Group C after winning all three matches. They'll be back in Newcastle for the Men's quarter-finals on August 4.
Santos forward Neymar is pulling the strings for Brazil as they lead New Zealand 3-0 at St James' Park in the Men's Group C.
GOAL: Sandro (52')
Tottenham midfielder Sandro has made it 3-0 to Brazil. It really is a case of 'how many will they get?' now.
GOAL: Leandro Damiao (29")
It's now 2-0 as Leandro Damiao gets on the scoresheet with goal similar to the first. New Zealand are struggling to cope with the Brazilians when they're in this mood!
GOAL: Danilo (23")
Brazil finally break New Zealand's resistance after some neat passing on the edge of the area. Danilo then carries the ball into the box and produces a cool finish.
Fans of both Brazil and New Zealand are expected to flock to the North East today as the two men's Olympic teams go head-to-head at St James' Park.
Brazil are currently top of Group C after winning both their games against Belarus and Egypt. New Zealand sit bottom of the group with just one point.
The match kicks off at 2:30pm.
GOAL: Thomis (FRA) 5"
France take the lead as Elodie Thomis races clear on the right before unleashing a near-post finish past Sepulveda in goal.