Team News

Gainsborough Trinity are back in action at the Martin & Co Arena on Saturday afternoon, with a home game against Lancaster City. The Holy Blues are looking to record their first double of the season with victory over the Dolly Blues, and there's an unmissable offer up for grabs for all U16s to get into the game, free of charge, with a paying adult! So if you're looking to take your...

Full back, Prosper Keto is the latest player we can confirm as having signed Northern Premier League forms. Signing on the back of an impressive performance in the Lincolnshire County Cup Semi Final victory over Boston United. Keto, who was awarded the Man of the Match by sponsors Grimsby Fish Bar, a week ago this evening, having put on an impressive, all action display from right wing...

Tom Shaw's Holy Blues head to Buxton on Saturday, looking to make it three wins on the spin after impressive home victories over FC United of Manchester, in the league and Boston United in the Semi Finals of the Lincolnshire County Cup, in the last seven days. Gainsborough are boosted by the addition of central defensive man mountain Stefan Galinski, who's signing was announced earlier...

In the aftermath of Tuesday night’s Lincolnshire County Cup Semi Final victory over Boston United, Head Coach, Tom Shaw has added to his defensive options with the acquisition of experienced step three defender, Stef Galinski. A former Gainsborough Trinity youngster, living in Lincoln - Galinski returns to pull on the famous royal blue of Gainsborough Trinity. Galinski, who played an...

Up next, it's Lincolnshire County Senior Cup Semi Final action, sponsored by Bluefin Sport, at the Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena. Kick off at 7.45pm as the Holy Blues of the PitchingIn Northern Premier League, play Boston United of the National League North. The prize at stake, a final berth against SkyBet League 2 side Scunthorpe United awaiting date and venue to be confirmed. Underdogs...

A bumper crowd is expected for Saturday’s PitchingIn Northern Premier League clash between the Holy Blues and The Rebels, FC United of Manchester at the Gainsborough Martin and Co Arena. Kicking off at 3pm, the club expect to welcome a large following from Manchester and are asking supporters to help beat the queues by booking tickets in advance online. With the visitors chasing a...

Young centre forward Freddie Draper is the latest to join the Holy Blues. Signing on loan until the end of the season, the 17-year-old striker links up with Head Coach Tom Shaw from parent club, Lincoln City. Making it two signings today, the teenager appeared for Trinity in pre-season, and netted the first goal of the game in the 2-0 win over Guiseley at a sun-kissed Northolme (Curtis...

The first addition to Tom Shaw's front line is Reon Potts. A name that may be familiar to the Trinity faithful, Potts trialled under Curtis Woodhouse. And despite catching the eye with a handful of goals in pre-season, was offered a two year deal at National League side York City. A strong forward, capable of linking play and running in behind, Reon had a positive spell on loan earlier...

Stalybridge Celtic is the destination for Tom Shaw's Holy Blues on Tuesday night as Gainsborough make the return to action following an enforced break at the weekend. Our hosts were also forced to sit it out, having seen the first of their home game double header (versus Basford United) pulled due to the weather. We hope as many supporters as possible can make the trip to Greater...