Team News

Following the curtailment ahead of what is almost certainly a second consecutive null and void season, Gainsborough Trinity and Curtis Woodhouse have parted by mutual consent. Curtis and his backroom staff have strived to improve the fortunes of the football club. Having taken over from Liam King and Ross Hannah, midway through the 2019/20 season, with the side languishing in the drop...

Gainsborough Trinity are proud to congratulate First Team Manager, Curtis Woodhouse on his British Empire Medal as part of the Queen's New Year's Honours list. Awarded for his services to football and boxing, Woodhouse has been in charge at the Northolme since October 2019, having left Tadcaster Albion to make the step up to PitchingIn Northern Premier level. Overseeing a dramatic...

On behalf of the Gainsborough Trinity FC Board, management and all of our staff, we wish all of our supporters and sponsors a very happy Christmas time and a prosperous New Year. I would also like to put a special thank you mention to all our Volunteers that turn up and assist run our family club without you we would not be able to function. At the end of this year we reflect on the loved...

Gainsborough Trinity's wait for a return to competitive action continues into the New Year following the latest government advice and a relaxation in the pressures being put on clubs by the Pitching In Northern Premier League. We have now moved to mutually postpone our fixtures, at home to Grantham Town on Boxing Day and away at Matlock Town on New Years Day, as ourselves and both sets of...

Richard Kane and the Board of Directors at Gainsborough Trinity are working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure the sustainability of our great football club. A lack of support and consultation from the league has left us frantically racing around, trying to come up with the best way forward to make the best of a bad situation. Historic poor decisions do not appear to have been learned...

Gainsborough Trinity will be aiming for back to back wins on the road tomorrow afternoon as they travel to Peterborough Sports in the BuildBase FA Trophy. The Holy Blues face a distraction from their league duties as they make their first appearance in this year’s competition. Curtis Woodhouse’s side will make the trip to Cambridgeshire no doubt boosted by the hard-fought league...

Gainsborough Trinity have moved to add defensive cover to the ranks, with the acquisition of central defender, Matt Baker from Pitching In Northern Premier League rivals, Grantham Town. Formerly Club Captain at Ilkeston Town, the 26 year old started his career in the Leicester City Academy before moving to the Robins as a sixteen year old, where he worked his way up to the first...

Declan Bacon returns to the Gainsborough Trinity fold having netted five times, whilst on loan at fellow Pitching In Northern Premier League side Mickleover FC. The forward's goals helped to propel Sports up to third in the table, amasing 16 points from eight gamea, to sit four points ahead of the Holy Blues, albeit having played one game more. A week on Saturday also sees the two sides...

Bamber Bridge are next in line for the Holy Blues as there is very little respite for Curtis Woodhouse's young side. The Holy Blues again looking to bounce back from the disappointment of a weekend defeat, this time on the road to the Preston based side. Gainsborough come into Tuesday's Pitching In Northern Premier League clash at the Sir Tom Finney Stadium on the back of a 2-1 away...