Hundreds of fans missed the final two goals at St James' Park this season after a campaign encouraged them to walk out in protest at the club's management.
Newcastle were 1-0 up against Cardiff after 69 minutes, when many left the ground, but the majority did stay to see their side win 3-0.
Hundreds of Newcastle United fans walked out of St James' Park after 69 minutes after a social media campaign against the club's management. Some had already walked out after 60 minutes, but the majority of fans did stay in their seats.
Left out of the team, Newcastle United player Hatem Ben Arfa is sitting with the Geordie fans for his side's match against Cardiff at St James' Park.
Some Newcastle United fans have said they will walk out of the match against Cardiff at St James' Park this afternoon. Others have suggested a 69 minute walkout, as 1969 was the last time the club won a trophy. Will you walk out or stay for the full match?
@itvtynetees I won't be taking part in either walkout as it's pointless, but I'll not be buying anything that the club gets revenue from
@itvtynetees I can't see it happening, After the Sunderland defeat no one said they would return... Next game there were 50,000 fans there..