Team News

Gainsborough Trinity's new boss, Curtis Woodhouse has made his first signing for the Holy Blues with the signing of Billy Chadwick on loan from Hull City. 19-year-old central midfielder, Chadwick joined the Tigers as an eleven-year-old, working his way up through the ranks. Chadwick joins his Hull City Academy teammate David Robson, who has impressed between the sticks in his first couple...

Saturday afternoon potentially sees the start of a new era at Gainsborough Trinity Football Club, as the Holy Blues under the guidance of new manager Curtis Woodhouse make the trip to Dunston UTS in the First Qualifying Round of the Buildbase FA Trophy. Woodhouse taking over from Liam King at the beginning of the week. The tournament which concludes at Wembley Stadium, hasn't been kind...

Gainsborough Trinity have moved to appoint highly motivated Curtis Woodhouse as First Team Manager. Curtis will be joined in the dugout by Martin Foster. The pair were most recently at BetVictor Northern Premier League North West division side Tadcaster Albion. Beverley born, 39-year-old Curtis, is a former Sheffield United midfielder and who also competed on the professional boxing...

Goalkeeper David Robson has signed for Gainsborough Trinity on a work experience loan deal from EFL Championship club Hull City. Managed by former Doncaster Rovers' boss Grant McCaan and with former Trinity favourite Cliff Byrne on the staff at Hull, Gainsborough were able to push the deal through ahead of Saturday's trip to Ashton United, George Willis having been recalled by his parent...

Gainsborough Trinity make the trip to Ashton United's Hurst Cross on Saturday afternoon in the BetVictor Northern Premier League, looking to build on Tuesday night's goal-less draw with Buxton. Victory for Liam King's men could see the Holy Blues climb as high as 16th, should results go our way. Ashton on the other hand are coming off a 1-0 loss to Witton Albion. The game looked as though...

Non-League Day 2019 saw Gainsborough Trinity quite literally Wear It Pink to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Research. Wearing a bespoke Darron Child’s Practice sponsored, pink shirt, Liam King’s men faced Atherton Collieries in the BetVictor Northern Premier League. Though the result wasn’t what anyone involved with the Holy Blues would have wanted, a great cause was still...

Gainsborough Trinity are back in action again at the Martin & Co Arena on Tuesday night, kicking off at 7.45pm as we welcome Buxton FC to Lincolnshire in the BetVictor Northern Premier League, a game which pits 20th vs 22nd in the early season standings. With 31 games to play and 93 points up for grabs, as the saying goes, there is still plenty to play for as Liam King’s men look to...

Gainsborough go into this Non-League Day off the back of a 7 goal thriller against Basford United last weekend. The Holy Blues found themselves 4-1 down, before pulling the game back to 4-3. Tomorrow sees Atherton Collieries visit the Martin & Co Arena, who are also coming off a loss to league leaders South Shields. The away sides' last victory came on the 14th September against...

Gainsborough Trinity make the trip to Nottinghamshire tomorrow to take on Basford United at Greenwich Avenue in the BetVictor Northern Premier League. The Holy Blues travel in good spirits, having picked up four points in the last two home games (against Mickleover Sports and Bamber Bridge). Added to the improved performances in the last seven days that have seen Trinity climb to 16th in...