Team News

Gainsborough Trinity Football Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Andrew Wood as its new Chairman. Andy has acquired a significant shareholding in the football club, and he joins Dave Horsley and John Myskiw as major shareholders. With immediate effect Andy takes over the day to day running of the football club, following an extended period of due diligence and...

Hays Travel Gainsborough welcomed Gainsborough Trinity FC’s manager Russ Wilcox, and joint chairman Dave Horsley to the new branch at Marshall’s Yard shopping centre yesterday, Thursday 18th January 2024, to celebrate its official opening. Having cut a ribbon to officially open the new branch, Russ and Dave met the branch’s customers, suppliers, and staff, including branch manager...

Commemorating and celebrating the 150th anniversary of Gainsborough Trinity Football Club, we're delighted to announce the winners of our January 150 Club prize draw. Whether you're hoping to win some cash or you simply want to back your beloved club, supporting Trinity has never been more rewarding. Drum roll, please. Here are the winners of our January draw, chosen at random on Thursday...

After two wins on the bounce, a rejuvenated Gainsborough Trinity host Morpeth Town at the Kal Group Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Kick off at 3pm. The Holy Blues looking to extend their positive form and climb the table, having beaten Guiseley on the road in great fashion with a 90th minute heroic goal from Dylan Cogill to bring all three points back to the Northolme. In front of our...

Talented Doncaster Rovers youngster, Tavonga Kuleya has today put pen to paper on a loan move from Sky Bet League 2 side Doncaster Rovers. Tavonga is a nineteen year old forward with loan experience at the likes of FC United of Manchester, Worksop Town, Marske United and Sheffield FC. Kuleya, who turned professional in August 2022, has made his senior debut, for his parent club, making an...

Rotherham youngsters, Joel Holvey and Hamish Douglas, have today signed paperwork ensuring they will complete the 2023/24 season with the Holy Blues. The pair remain contracted to the Millers, but have signed Youth Loan deals keeping them at the Kal Group Stadium until the end of April. Trinity boss, Russ Wilcox emphasised the importance of building a squad rather than a team, fully...

Gainsborough, Guiseley, the trilogy decider. For the third time this season the Holy Blues and the Lions go head to head, but for the first time this campaign, and the final time (perhaps) of the season, the two sides face off at Guiseley's Nethermoor Ground. This game is the reverse fixture of just the second home game of the season where we humbled them 4-0. A long range Bobby Johnson...

Worksop Town, the A57 Derby awaits, as the footballing gods throw two sides at opposite ends of the Pitching In Northern Premier League table against each other on January 1st (3pm). The New Year's Day clash, that is set to attract a bumper crowd, could be just the pick me up for Russ Wilcox's battle weary troops. A rallying call for the twelfth man to come out in numbers and roar the...

The Holy Blues hit the road on Boxing Day, looking to end the year in style, against basement boys Stafford Rangers at Marston Road. The Staffordshire outfit slipping to the foot of the Pitching In Northern Premier League with their seventeenth defeat of the season, as Atherton leap-frogged their fellow relegation threatened side, courtesy of a deserved point against title chasing...