Hi I'm Lee Marsh (top row, far left) the co-founder of West Jesmond AFC. We are the winners of BBC Sport's adopt a team competition which means you will get to follow the rest of our season (good, bad or ugly) here on 606.
Each week we will document every missed sitter or goalkeeper's fluff with match reports every Tuesday. And the BBC will be sending along experts to help our hopeful march up the league (although they haven't told us who yet!).
So what's in it for you? Each expert who visits us in sunny Newcastle will be available for you to pose your questions to, so hopefully we'll be able to help your team too.
And you can play a part in shaping our season by suggesting what part of amateur football you want to shed light on. Nicknames? WAGS? Assault courses? You can even help choose our new kit. Send us your comments below.
But who are we anyway? I suppose we are a club born out of other clubsí ineptitude, a cultural melting pot where teachers meet students, "dole dossers" meet lawyers and nationalities unite. A social experiment if you like!
The club was born in 2004 and we play in Division One of the Tyneside Amateur League, affiliated to the Northumberland FA.
If ever you want to see us play, our home games are at Paddy Freeman's playing fields, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. Itís a woeful park pitch where dog-muck is rife! Luckily we weren't there last week when we lost 2-1 to Cullercoats Piper in the cup.
So who plays for us? Well, Chilli, Trouser and Box-head do.
Our goalkeeper Brian Clough is a fearless shot stopper with his own idiolect and an irrepressible appetite for our local pubís greasy sausage and chips. You can read more about our players below.
The quadrants of the club badge sum us up. Despite our home pitch we like to think we're leading a champagne lifestyle and above the badge is the latin inscription "donec ego abolesco" Ė which translates as "until I die", embodying the spirit of the club.
Although we won promotion last year, this season has been a battle. We have the players, but canít put our finger on whatís wrong.
A vital ingredient seems to be missing so we hope winning BBC Sport's competition will see WJAFC flourish again.
Below are the characters who make it happen. In the meantime the BBC has promised us a new kit, but what should it look like? Over to you...
West Jesmond AFC player profiles:
CAPTAIN: Alan Fenton ('Le Box')
GOALKEEPER: Brian Clough ('Cloughy')
DEFENDERS: Ian Greenshields ('Zippy'), Chris Brown ('Ringo'), Gareth Smith ('Romeo'), John Joyce ('Pingu'), Ross Wilson ('The Passion')
MIDFIELDERS: Lee Marsh ('Rodders'), Chris Mound ('Moundy'), Douglas Cranston ('Silver Fox'), Gary Carney ('Chilli'), Mark Pickles ('Tickles'), Marko Klein ('Red Barron'), Peter Shield ('Granddad'), Richard Harrison ('Richy'), Paul Smith, Phillip Hanlon, Daniel Turnbull ('The Trouser')
STRIKERS: Chris Davison ('Gaffer'), Jed Manuel, Omar Mahmoud ('Pouch'), Zijad Jasarevic ('Bosnian Beast')
Now you've met us, stay on board for a memorable ride through amateur football.