Trinity sign a striker from the Mariners

Trinity are pleased to welcome Hamish Watson (21) on a month’s loan from Grimsby Town. Watson comes from New Zealand, primarily plays as a central striker and has previously played for Hawke's Bay United, Lower Hutt City, Team Wellington, Wellington Phoenix and Wairarapa United. He has also been capped by the New Zealand U-20 side.


Gainsborough Trinity pay tribute to Alfred Edward Taylor

On Thursday 19th February Richard Kane attended the funeral of 'Alfie' Taylor, an ex Trinity player who remained a Trinity fan until he died on February 3rd aged 98; just short of his 99th birthday on March 8th.

Alfie played as right full back for Gainsborough Trinity in the 1930's and 1940's and was always extremely proud to have been a member of the team. Whilst playing for Trinity, Everton and Arsenal wanted him to play for them... but the war intervened.


Match highlights from Gainsborough Trinity vs Solihull Moors in Vanarama Conference North, played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday 21st February 2015.

Post match interview with Steve Housham following Gainsborough Trinity's Vanarama Conference North match against Solihull Moors, played at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on 21st February 2015.

Two New Players Sign for Trinity

Gainsborough Trinity wish to announce confirmation of two new signings, Tom Manship and Clifford Byrne.

Tom, 27, joins Trinity from Hyde United having previously played for Cheltenham Town. He is a combative and skilful midfielder. Cliff Byrne is an Irish footballer, who has previously played for Sunderland, Scunthorpe, Oldham and Alfreton. He is a no-nonsense defender looking forward to the challenge of ensuring Trinity get points from their end of season games.


Match highlights from Leamington vs Gainsborough Trinity in Vanarama Conference North, played on Saturday 14th February 2015. Video courtesy of Leamington.

Vanarama Big Day Out

Trinity have a number of tickets available for the Vanarama Conference Promotion Final, to be staged at Wembley Stadium on Sunday 17th May at 2pm. Vanarama’s aim is to make a memorable day out by creating an electric party atmosphere for all footy fans, let alone fans of the two finalists, and above all at an affordable family price. It is also an opportunity for fans and families to visit Wembley Stadium at special low price and maybe spend a night in London afterwards.

Tickets cost £20 for adults and £10 for children, but in February are Half Price.


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