Welcome to The Jetstream Podcast

 

The Jetstream Podcast is an independently produced podcast, run by supporters for the supporters of football in the Newcastle and Hunter region specifically, the Newcastle United Jets FC in the Australian A-League.

The Jetstream Podcast began in 2008, went on hiatus for a few years but returned with a vengeance in 2013 with new contributors and more content to keep you informed on the latest happenings and opinions in the Newcastle football community.

Join our regular contributors Furns (@SquadronNewy), David (@JeterPool), Michael (@BodyNovo), Emma (@Synapse101) and Glen (@SufferJetsCity), Joel (@JoelGoodsir), Grant (@GrantBLK), Anthony (@_ascarcella) as well as occasional contributors Mitch (@jerkpv4) and Parksey (@heath_parkes) for fixture reviews and previews, discussions on the latest news and opinions on everything going on in football in Newcastle and Australia.

Please feel free to navigate to all our latest and archived episodes below, and you can also subscribe to our podcast feed to ensure you get the latest episodes as soon as they are released. You can subscribe to the podcast feed via Itunes, Android or using the RSS feed for any other platform. You can also search for “jetstream podcast” via your podcasting app. Please give us an Itunes review and we will read it out during the podcast!!

**The Jetstream Podcast is now available via Stitcher**
Please click http://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=81552&refid=stpr to open the show via your Stitcher app.
You can also find us at Podcasts.com by searching “Jetstream”

We invite all listeners to send us any questions, comments, feedback, topics, etc you might have:
Facebook – facebook.com/JetstreamNewy
Twitter – @JetstreamNewy
email – podcast@newcastlefootball.net
Join the forums at newcastlefootball.net and go to The Jetstream subforum

Latest episodes (please click page numbers below for archived episodes)

  • The Jetstream Review S13Rd10 – Live and Let the Grass Die The Jetstream Review S13Rd10 - Live and Let the Grass Die Dave (@jeterpool) is joined by Dr. Emma (@Synapse101) Mitch (@jerkpv4), Luke (@MrGlass23) and Pete (@oeterb) to review @NewcastleJetsFC 2-1 win over @PerthGloryFC in Rd10 of @Aleague #NEWvMCY, a 3-0 win over @brisbaneroar in @WLeague and 5-3 loss to @WSwanderers in Y-League. It’s a live pod! We’re back at Dave’s house for the now annual Jetstream catch ...
  • The Jetstream Preview S13Rd10 – Super-Nintendo of Stats The Jetstream Preview S13Rd10 - Super-Nintendo of Stats Dr Emma (@Synapse101) Glen (@SufferJetsCity) & Grnat (@GrantBLK) preview Saturday’s Rd10 fixture @NewcastleJetsFC @perthgloryFC #PERvNEW in @ALeague & Saturday’s Rd7 @brisbaneroar @WLeague The team chat over the upcoming match this Saturday night as the Newcastle Jets travel to Perth to play the Glory in the west the only time this season. They chat about the stats ...
  • The Championship Chronicles – Starting to Build (Episode 2 – Censored Version) The Championship Chronicles - Starting to Build (Episode 2 - Censored Version) NOTE: This is a censored version of the Championship Chronicles episode. Welcome to the Championship Chronicles – the review of the @NewcastleJetsFC 2007/08 @ALeague season. In the second episode of the podcast, @jeterpool picks up in Round 5 with the undefeated Jets. The podcast reviews the 6 matches between Round 5 and 10 of the A-League ...
  • The Championship Chronicles – Starting to Build (Episode 2) The Championship Chronicles - Starting to Build (Episode 2) Welcome to the Championship Chronicles – the review of the @NewcastleJetsFC 2007/08 @ALeague season. In the second episode of the podcast, @jeterpool picks up in Round 5 with the undefeated Jets. The podcast reviews the 6 matches between Round 5 and 10 of the A-League season. The next episode in the series, “Coming Back to Earth”, ...
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