Team News

Vastly experienced ball player, Martyn Woolford joins Curtis Woodhouse's Gainsborough Trinity revolution, following his release from National League North play-off contenders and Lincolnshire rivals Boston United. Boasting a wealth of football league experience, which has seen the six footer appear for Scunthorpe United, Bristol City, Millwall, Sheffield United, Fleetwood Town and...

We are proud to unveil a fantastic new partnership with Martyn Snell and MKS Ground Care ahead of the 2020/21 season. MKS Ground Care come on board as Pitch Sponsors for the forthcoming season, providing both financial support and the use of labour and materials throughout the course of the year. Testement to the fabulous playing surface provided by Jon and Tracey Wood, a partnership...

Curtis Woodhouse has now finalised the make up of his First Team backroom staff. Martin Foster remains as Assistant Manager for the 2020/21 season and the duo will be assisted by John Corbett as First Team Coach and Leigh Herrick as Goalkeeper Coach. Completing the Backroom Team sees the return of Jonathan Whitehorne as Physio. Whitehorne returns to the club following a three-season spell...

Talented attacking midfielder and forward, Luke Lofts joins the club having impressed Gainsborough boss Curtis Woodhouse in pre-season training, after previous spells with Scarborough Athleticand North Ferriby United. Previously on the radar of the Holy Blues whilst under the management of Lee Sinnott, Lofts opted for a move to the Seadogs. Woodhouse though managing to bring him to the...

Energetic wide man, Rod Orlando-Young wings in to Gainsborough for a third spell in three seasons, under the watch of Curtis Woodhouse and Martin Foster. He returns having trialled with Lee Sinnott and John Reed; signing under Liam King and Ross Hannah prior to leaving on the eve of last season to join National League North side, Bradford Park Avenue, before ending the curtailed league...

Curtis Woodhouse's Gainsborough Trinity squad continues to take shape, ahead of the 2020/21 season, which is thought to kick off in mid-September. Though no firm date has yet been set by the FA and Northern Premier League bosses, Woodhouse has been busy adding to the nucleus of his squad retained from last season. Gregg Smith, Alex Wiles, Declan Bacon, James Williamson and Jack Walters...

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for the absolutely tremendous support you have given in response to our Crowdfunder campaign. Alongside the tally that has been visible and growing incrementally, we have had a number of cheques and pledges that have seen us raise in excess of £16,000. No matter the size of the pledges, we are extremely grateful to everyone that has been able to...

We received a message from double centurion Simon Russell, who recently departed after more than six years in Gainsborough Trinity blue. And it is always nice for players to take the time and reflect on their period at the club, no matter how long or short. Scholesy, as he is affectionately known to many of the Trinity faithful has popped up with a number of crucial goals during his time...

The rebuild at Gainsborough Trinity takes another step in the right direction today as the club announce the signing of talented midfielder Reco Fyfe. This signing signifies the ninth player signed by Curtis Woodhouse for next season as his plans start to come together. Fyfe was most recently at Ilkeston Town, impressing Robins' fans with some quality displays, which included winning the...