Team News

As part of the football club's 150th year anniversary celebrations, Gainsborough Trinity are delighted to welcome a host of former players to take part in an exhibition match on Sunday 7th May 2023. The game, to be played in a friendly spirit, features a number of players to have pulled on the blue of Gainsborough over the last forty years, with a warm welcome extended to other former...

The final day is almost upon us. Matchday 42 of the Pitching In Northern Premier League, 2022/23 season is up next as Gainsborough Trinity host FC United of Manchester at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena. In a 3pm kick-off, synonomus with all others fixtures in the division, Neal Bishop's Holy Blues could secure 4th place with a point at the Northolme. The final throes of the NPL...

The Holy Blues make the trip to Radcliffe in the final away game of the regular season hoping to secure at the very least, the point needed to secure their play-off position with a game to spare. Looking to build on the back-to-back Easter Bank Holiday fixtures, the side are determined to continue turning heads, when they lock horns with fellow play-off chasers Radcliffe at the Neuven...

Easter Bank Holiday Monday sees the Pitching In Northern Premier League really begin to hot up following the first round of Easter weekend games coming to a close, on Saturday afternoon. The Holy Blues moved up a spot to fourth following our battling, come from behind victory away at Lancaster. Ending City's six game winning streak at the Giant Axe in the process – and coupled with...

Throughout the season the league has been incredibly tight, and now as the sides enter the final straight, there are plenty of teams still jockeying for position with the finish line in sight. The majority of teams have just four games left to play – and quite feasibly down to eighth place Matlock, the play-off places are wide open! Not to mention potential twists and turns in the title...

Two sides currently sitting in the play-off places of the Pitching In Northern Premier League clash on Saturday at the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena, as Gainsborough Trinity and Warrington Town go head to head. Looking to cement their spot with only five games left to play, the Holy Blues are looking to end the season in style. As well as being two sides in the top five, the Blues...

Trinity hit the road on Saturday after three successive home games that yielded six points from nine, and propelled Neal Bishop’s Holy Blues back into the play-off places. Atherton Collieries is the destination for Gainsborough, who will be hopeful of a similar result as to that of last season, when Isaac Rice scored the only goal of the game, in what was only Trinity’s second away...

Marine come to the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena hot on the heels of Gainsborough Trinity following the Holy Blues’ slip up on Saturday at home to Nantwich. While Neal Bishop’s men were recording a rare blank (only the fourth at home) in a season where Trinity continue to head up the league scoring charts, with leaders South Shields, Marine were winning 3-0 at home to FC United...

The fantastic end to the season continues at pace as we welcome Nantwich Town to the Dave Longstaff Martin and Co Arena on Saturday afternoon, looking to continue our excellent run of form and crash into the play-off places as the end of season promotion race really hots up! Twenty four points remain up for grabs for the vast majority of teams, and that does mean many, many teams can feel...