Community Festival of Lincolnshire Football

Gainsborough Trinity are pleased to announce that we will be competing in the Community Festival of Lincolnshire Football against Lincoln City and Lincoln United at The Gainsborough Martin & Co Arena on Saturday, 6th July. It will be The Blues’ first friendly of pre-season as we face two of our Lincolnshire neighbours, which will see all three teams play each other throughout the afternoon.

Games will commence at 1pm, 3pm and 5pm, with tickets being served directly through Gainsborough Trinity Football Club, which can be purchased online from 5pm on Friday, 24th May here.

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Marquee Midfield Signing as Kingsley James Lands

Gainsborough Trinity have completed the signing of midfield powerhouse Kingsley James, as Liam King and Ross Hannah’s squad building goes from strength to strength.

27 year old midfielder, Kingsley James, is a former England C International with a wealth of experience. Previously with Guiseley AFC, Kingsley began his career at Sheffield United, before joining Port Vale, where he was part of the squad that won promotion to League One. His only other time in the Northern Premier League was with Chasetown where he scored twice in five league games.

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Following the Holy Blues

With the news breaking on Sunday of the proposed structure for the Evo-Stik Northern Premier League, the Gainsborough Trinity Media Team set about researching the miles from fortress Northolme, also known as the Martin & Co Arena to the various northern outposts that Liam King and Ross Hannah's Blue army will have to travel to and conquer should Gainsborough succeed in a successful assault.

Recently promoted Morpeth provide the longest journey at just over 310 miles for a round trip from Lincolnshire! Mariners Park, home of last season's runners up South Shields is another jaunt for the Holy Blues, while Warrington and Whitby, Bamber Bridge & Lancaster City, Nantwich Town and Atherton Colleries all but touch the 200 mile mark for the round trip!

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Green is the New Blue at Trinity

Joe Green, the man, the mountain between the sticks, who finished last season in fantastic form, has boosted the Holy Blues' squad building by agreeing to join the club on a permanent basis. Joe Green, follows namesake Jamie in agreeing terms for the 2019/20 season and will be a signing that excites the Gainsborough faithful.

At 23 years of age, 6ft 5inch goalkeeper Green played eight games, keeping five clean sheets, helping the side pick up 13 points in the final weeks of the season, having joined on loan from Guiseley of the National League North. The Blues narrowly missing out on the final play off spot.

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Blues Boss Swoops To Land Hit-man!

Liam King and Ross Hannah have swooped to secure the signature of a striker with in excess of 330 career goals. A prolific centre forward, boasting 127 strikes for Frickley Athletic & in excess of 50 goals for Shaw Lane & Goole, thirty-three year old Gavin Allott joins following his departure from National League North side Boston United.

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Jamie Green is a Blue - a Holy Blue!

Jamie Green makes it two new signings in two days for Gainsborough Trinity as Liam King & Ross Hannah step up their recruitment drive ahead of the 2019/20 season. A hugely experienced left sided player, Green makes the move to Lincolnshire from Sheffield based side Handsworth Parramore. Having previously played at Buxton, where he amassed over 200 appearances in a five year spell, the enthusiastic 29 year old is looking forward to getting started at the Martin & Co Arena.

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New recruit Jamie Green chats to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Friday's signing. A hugely experienced left sided player, Green makes the move to Lincolnshire from Sheffield based side Handsworth Parramore. Please join us in welcoming Jamie to the Martin & Co Arena.

King's Got the Hotte Stuff!

The ink is now dry, ratification from the FA complete and Gainsborough Trinity can officially confirm the arrival of the first new signing ahead of the 2019/20 season. Please join us in welcoming Nathan Hotte to the Martin & Co Arena.

An experienced centre back, or central midfielder 31 year old powerhouse, Hotte, joins following the expiry of his deal at National League North side, Alfreton Town. Previous experience includes spells at Halifax, North Ferriby United, Farsley & Scarboroough.

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New recruit Nathan Hotte chats to Gainsborough Trinity TV following Thursday's signing. An experienced centre back, or central midfielder 31 year old powerhouse, Hotte, joins following the expiry of his deal at National League North side Alfreton Town. Please join us in welcoming Nathan to the Martin & Co Arena.

Two More Commit To Cause

The Gainsborough Trinity management team of Liam King and Ross Hannah have today confirmed two more of last season's squad have agreed terms for the 2019/20 Evo-Stik Northern Premier League campaign.

Popular duo, Simon Russell and Thomas Davie follow on from Ashley Worsfold, Nathan Stainfield & Joe Maguire, who signed in the aftermath of the Holy Blues' sixth place finish, one point outside the play-off spots.

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