Mementos from the Goldstone Ground may form part of the memory wall
With only a few months before Brighton and Hove Albion's new stadium opens, an art and design project is underway to reflect the story of supporters and their loyalty to the club.
The idea is to collect memorabilia and fans' memories and display it on the concourses in the North and East Stands at the American Express Community Stadium.
The Brighton-based design and branding agency Corridor is behind the project, and founder Phil Nutley says they want as many people as possible to take part in it.
"We've looked at setting up a series of about eight projects between the North and the East Stand," Phil told BBC Sussex.
"It's not just for fans but also for people that are passionate about having this fantastic new stadium.
"We want everyone to get involved."
One of the main features will be a memory wall, which will be situated in the concourse of the North Stand.
Steve Foster's headband is just one piece of Albion memorabilia
Phil is looking for strong stories from the club's supporters which can come from any form of artefact they have picked up following the Seagulls, be it badges, pennants, drawings, or something they have made.
"We want fans to come forward and give us memories of their time following the Albion," Phil continued.
"We want people to send us photos, memorabilia, programmes, tickets, and unusual things picked up, for example, on car journeys to away matches."
Phil is also looking for budding photographers to take part in a project called 'My Shot', which will form part of the display in the East Stand.
He wants 5 to 16-year-olds to send images of sporting activity they have captured to Corridor.
The ten children who are judged to have taken the best pictures will work on project with a sports photographer. Their images will then make up part of the display.
Giant Albion scarf
In partnership with the Albion in the Community, fans with a passion for creative writing are encouraged to submit entries for 'My Word' and create an instillation of football studs for blind fans.
Other projects for the East Stand include producing a giant Albion scarf, creating giant prints of fans' heroes, and stitching two different shirts together to create cultural ties within communities.
Phil added: "People at club are very open about it. They want it to work outside of football and for the community to come forward.
"We would love people to help us deliver some of the creative for the North and East Stands."
If you want to be a part of any of the project, there are three email addresses which people can use to get in contact with Corridor. They are:
firstname.lastname@example.org (for the My Shot competition)
email@example.com (for the Memory Wall)
and firstname.lastname@example.org (for My Word).