Team News

The Holy Blues continue their pre-season campaign under the lights on Tuesday evening as they welcome Sky Bet League One side, Hull City, to the Northolme. Following a hard-fought comeback against North Ferriby on Saturday afternoon, manager Curtis Woodhouse says he is expecting an even tougher test against his former club for whom he made eighteen appearances during the 2005/06...

We're back and we can't wait to see you tomorrow as Workington AFC visit the Gainsborough Martin & Co arena for a pre-season friendly, 3pm kick off. We look forward to welcoming as many of you back as possible over the coming weeks as we build towards the league curtain raiser against Hyde United on Saturday September 19th 2020. Please remember, there is still a very real health pandemic...

Holy Blues manager Curtis Woodhouse says that he hopes tomorrow’s friendly fixture against Workington AFC "will whet the appetite for the season to come" as fans are allowed back into the Northolme for the first time since the beginning of March. Following the Government’s announcement earlier in the week to allow clubs at step 3 of non-league and below to reopen their gates to...

Curtis Woodhouse has added Goalkeeper James Leverton to his squad as he looks to add competition for the number one spot. The 'keeper has been a regular in the first few pre-season friendlies, doing enough to secure a deal for the new season. A former Youth Team Apprentice at Doncaster Rovers, the 20 year old shot stopper had this to say, as the paperwork was filed with the FA and The...

Matty Dixon has completed the move down the A64 joining the Holy Blues from Northern Premier League rivals, Whitby Town. The versatile 25 year old returns for a second spell at the Northolme, having previously enjoyed a short stint on loan from Hull City during the 2015/16 season. On his release from the Tigers, Dixon joined York City making around 20 appearances before joining North...

In light of the current pandemic, namely Covid-19, Gainsborough Trinity Football Club have had to put in place a Covid Officer and produce a detailed risk assessment surrounding our return to training sessions, the transportation of players and officials, forthcoming matches and the return of supporters to our ground. Our Chairman, Richard Kane, has taken on the mantle of Covid...

Gainsborough Trinity have beaten fierce competition to land the signature of Simon Ainge from Darlington FC, handing the combative centre back a contract, as Curtis Woodhouse completes the spine of his side. The defender, who had joined Boston United on loan, from the Quakers, was able to have his spell extended to include the duration of the National League North play-offs and following...

A Gainsborough Trinity Season Ticket gives you entry to 21 league games during the season. Without a season ticket, this would usually cost an adult £252 a year on the gate, but, as our fans are so important to us, we are giving you the opportunity to purchase a season ticket at a much reduced cost. However, every penny matters to small clubs like ours, so we invite you to pay what you...

Considering the continued global pandemic and world health crisis, Gainsborough Trinity, led by boss Curtis Woodhouse has been busy putting a squad together that to date stands at fifteen. Connor Smythe is the latest to commit to Trinity, having impressed in pre-season training so far. No stranger to the Martin & Co Arena, Connor is comfortable anywhere along the left hand side, and...