Blues' boss, Dave Frecklington speaks to Gainsborough Trinity TV following his sides' narrow loss to Rotherham United in Trinity's latest pre-season friendly. A competitive test for the Holy Blues in front of a good crowd saw Gainsborough go down by one goal to nil.

Busy Week Ahead - Match Previews

As a result of Saturday’s 4-1 victory over a youthful Lincoln City side, Trinity find themselves with a midweek double header at the Martin & Co Arena, where the Holy Blues first entertain League One Rotherham United, before welcoming Grantham Town in the Semi Finals of the Lincolnshire County Cup.

A hectic period of three games in five days is complete with the short trip to Lincoln United on Saturday, when the Blues travel to the Sun Hats Villas & Resorts Stadium for a 3:30 kick off. We have been advised that the later than normal kick off time is to prevent a clash with the Lincoln City vs Peterborough United pre-season friendly that kicks off at 1pm in the City.


Hear Dave Frecklington's thoughts as his team defeat a youthful Lincoln City side by four goals to one, to move into the Lincolnshire County Cup Semi-Final with a game against Grantham Town.

All the goals from Gainsborough Trinity's 4-1 victory over Lincoln City in the Lincolnshire County Cup. A brace from Alex Simmons, Ash Worsfold on target from the spot & Bradley Wells opening his account for the club on full time.

Lincoln City Preview

Gainsborough Trinity look to bounce back from Thursday night’s defeat to FC Halifax Town by progressing to the next round of the Lincolnshire County Cup when they face Lincoln City at the Martin & Co Arena. Despite conceding the first goals of the pre-season campaign, plenty of positives were to be taken as Dave Frecklington’s men continue to prepare for the opening day of the 2017/18 Vanarama National League North campaign, at home to Leamington FC.


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Gainsborough Trinity TV catches up with Trinity boss, Dave Frecklington after the 0-1 away win over Frickley Athletic in his sides' second pre-season fixture. Next up, FC Halifax Town at the Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday 11th July 2017 at 7:45pm. Match played on Saturday 8th July 2017.

Frickley Athletic 0 Gainsborough Trinity 1

A second successive 1-0 win on the road for Gainsborough Trinity, saw the Holy Blues continue their build up to Saturday 5th August's Vanarama National League North opener at home to Leamington. This time, a Jonathan Wafula finish six minutes before half time was the difference between the two sides and with clear cut chances at a premium, Trinity's second victory, and second clean sheet in five days was hardly in doubt.


Jonathan Wafula with a simple finish after the unselfish play of Craig King, squaring neatly after he was put through by the quick thinking Alex Wiles. Wafula's first in Gainsborough colours the difference between the sides. Match played on Saturday 8th July 2017.

Fixtures Announced

Gainsborough Trinity start the 2017/18 season with a home game against newly promoted Leamington on Saturday 5th August 2017, before our first evening fixture away at Darlington on Wednesday 9th August. Our last trip to Darlington FC being the strange 5-2 game, in which there were three penalties awarded in a strange game up in the North East. August Bank Holiday sees the first return of former boss, Steve Housham as he brings his North Ferriby United to the Martin & Co Arena, the return fixture with The Villagers is not until April, again on a Bank Holiday, with the fixture being played on Monday 2nd April 2018.


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