A live stream is available for the Pitching In Northern Premier League match between South Shields and Matlock Town on Saturday.

It can be viewed at a cost of £5 by clicking here.

The pre-match coverage will get underway at 2.30pm and features an interview with Shields joint manager Graham Fenton.

That will be followed by live coverage of the match from 3pm, with commentary provided by Chris May and Ronnie Peet.

Happy viewing!

Supporters will be able to watch Tuesday’s Pitching In Northern Premier League match between South Shields and Radcliffe from the comfort of their own homes.

Due to Durham FA restrictions, the crowd at 1st Cloud Arena will be limited to 300, meaning many season ticket holders will be unable to attend the match.

Those in bubble one (season ticket holders with a surname which starts between A and L, and those who have switched bubbles) are eligible to attend, as are those season ticket holders with a surname beginning with P.

All other season ticket holders were able to email the club in the days leading up to the game to request a free stream, the details of which should be sent to their email accounts on Tuesday morning. Login using the details provided when you click here. If you already have an account with insight4 having previously purchased a stream, please login and the game should be viewable for free.

Non season ticket holders will also be able to purchase the stream at a cost of £5 each, and can sign up and watch by clicking here. That is also the link to follow

The live stream will get underway at about 7.15pm, with the game to kick-off at 7.45pm.

The coverage will be presented by Chris May and Ronnie Peet.

Supporters will be able to watch Saturday’s season-opener between South Shields and Mickleover via a live stream.

Only season ticket holders and those with a valid match ticket will be permitted to enter 1st Cloud Arena, but that does not mean others will be able to see the action.

The pre-match coverage, followed by live footage of the game, will be available from 2.30pm on Saturday by clicking here. There is a charge of £5 to watch the stream.

We hope you enjoy the coverage and thank you for your continued support.