Team News

Trinity's first home game of the season, and the start of a home double header, sees them face Whitby Town. After Saturdays 2-1 defeat to Nantwich Town, the Holy Blues will be looking to gain their first points of the season. Trinity took the lead in that through summer signing Gavin Allott and were unlucky to come back to Lincolnshire empty handed. Our opponents Whitby, on the other...

In a re-run of last season's opening day fixture, Gainsborough Trinity find ourselves on the road once again as we head to Cheshire to take on Dave Cooke's Nantwich Town. Last season saw two very tight games between the sides, at Weaver Stadium on opening day last time out, veteran forward Steve Jones snatched an added time winner as The Dabbers' secured a 1-0 victory. In the return...

Nathan Hotte will take the captain’s armband for the 2019/20 season. With a week to go until the start of the season, Liam King has announced his club captain as former North Ferriby United, FC Halifax and Alfreton Town man Nathan Hotte. Though primarily a midfielder, Hotte is versatile and can fill in at the back or even up front. He previously spent four years at Bradford Park Avenue...

Yesterday we took receipt of our new van, a fabulous gesture from Wilson and Co, Gainsborough, as part of their generous sponsorship package for this season. The van features all of the Gainsborough Trinity team logos, as well as Gainsborough Trinity Foundation’s and will be available for use by all of the Trinity Family. Wilson and Co are an established Vauxhall and KIA franchise...

Flying forward, Curtis Morrison completes the Trinity jigsaw, as he pens a deal with the Holy Blues for the 2019/20 Northern Premier League campaign. The 21-year-old, Sheffield born flier has previous experience at Chesterfield, Matlock Town and Guiseley AFC. Morrison returns to the club for a second spell having initially signing for Trinity on a youth loan back in 2016 as part of the...

The management team have almost completed their close season squad building with the capture of Brodie Litchfield, who has impressed the Trinity faithful with his sharp shooting and eye for goal in pre-season. Brodie is an attack minded, forward thinking player who is equally comfortable across each of the front four positions. Brodie spent time at Sheffield United as a youngster and more...

Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to unveil a fantastic new website, intent on bringing you bang up to date with our latest news and everything Trinity related. The website reflects the colour scheme synonymous with Trinity’s famed blue shirts and our official website provider, Web Design Studios, has been working flat out behind the scenes to get this live ahead of the new season,...

Footballers living with disabilities in Gainsborough are set to benefit from a significant boost in competitive opportunities after Gainsborough Trinity Foundation were awarded a £1500.00 Grow the Game grant. The scheme, which is funded by The Football Association (The FA) and delivered by the Football Foundation, will enable Gainsborough Trinity Foundation to continue working with...

Having impressed the Gainsborough Trinity management team of Liam King and Ross Hannah, during pre-season, Harry Middleton has signed a deal to remain at the club for the 2019/20 season. The 24 year old midfielder made twenty appearances in all competitions last season for the Holy Blues, having joined the club from Alfreton Town. Of the three regular starters from last season who were...