Gateshead

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Gateshead
Full name
Gateshead Association Football Club
First Season
1899-90
Ground
Gateshead Youth Stadium (1973)
Redheugh Park (1930-73)
Horsley Hill (1908-30)
Key People
Players • Head Coaches • Executives



Gateshead Association Football Club was a football club based in Gateshead, County Durham, England. The club was formed in South Shields in 1899 as South Shields Adelaide Athletic. After success in the North Eastern League prior to World War I, they were voted into the Football League in 1919. Financial problems in the late 1920s saw the club relocate to Gateshead in 1930, adopting the name of their new town. They remained in the Football League until 1960, when they were surprisingly voted out of the Football League and replaced by Peterborough United, despite not having had to apply for re-election since 1937. They subsequently played in regional leagues before folding in 1973. In order to replace them, another South Shields club was then moved to Gateshead, becoming Gateshead United.

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