We have 11 reminders of Simonside Hall which include everything from building a new stand to the demolition of the stadium.
There’s winter reminders, the days when fans chipped in with a spot of painting and attempts to get the pitch ready on soggy winter mornings.
Take a look and get in touch if these scenes bring back happy memories.
1. Hard at work in 1958
Back to 1958 for this reminder of supporters digging the foundations for the supports of a new stand.
2. Doing a spot of painting
Jeanette Ali, 14, of Trinity House Youth Club, pictured with some colleagues painting the rail around the Simonside Hall pitch in 1963.
South Shields part-time groundsman Jimmy Crawford walks off the Simnonside Hall pitch after play in the scheduled South Shields v Scarborough Northern Premier League game was deemed impossible in 1968.
Standing and forking the Simonside Hall pitch to get it ready for the 1966 game against Halifax Town. Pictured are Kenneth Smith, Kenneth Sanders and Kenneth Irvin.