In It Together Season Tickets

This year, the Chairman and board have agreed to introduce a ‘pay what you can afford’ #inittogether season ticket scheme, under which supporters get to place their own value on the price of a season ticket. We are hoping that the scheme will empower supporters to take collective help with responsibilities for the finances of the club, recognising that some supporters are feeling the financial pinch, whilst others may be able to pay a little more.

Season ticket sales are crucial to the club as they enable us to budget more prudently and with more confidence; the income generated allows Gainsborough Trinity FC to continue its policy of affordable football for all by maintaining the same gate price of £12 for adults, £8 concessions and £4 for under 18s.

Last year, our season ticket prices were £195 for adults, £135 for concessions and £60 for children under 16.

Supporters will understand that we cannot afford to give season tickets away, and like all clubs we need a degree of security, so a minimum price for adults of £120 is requested. A small increase from each season ticket holder on what they paid last season will have a huge impact on the club’s finances and enable us to maintain and improve our club structure as we look to move the club forward with our #inittogether Strategic Plan.


Golden Ticket Winners

Congratulations to the winners of our Golden Ticket draw. Winning ticket numbers can be found below. Thank you to all those who entered #inittogether

FA Cup Final Tickets 002462
Tickets to Watch England 000966
Weekend Tickets to Leeds Festival 002487
Rugby League Cup Final Tickets 002154
GTFC Season Ticket (2015/16) 002105
Butlins 70's Weekend Tickets 001050
Surprise Mystery Gift 002023


Post match interview with Steve Housham following Gainsborough Trinity's Vanarama Conference North match against Oxford City, played on 18th April 2015. Tablet and mobile, listen here.

Lincolnshire County Senior Cup Competition

At a recent meeting of member clubs it was agreed that the format for next season's competition would be extended to enable ten of the county's most senior clubs to play in a revised structure.

For the first time the competition will be supported by one of the country's leading sports insurers, Bluefin Sport, who are well known for their industry knowledge and expertise. The draw for the competition took place in the presense of participating clubs and resulted as follows.


Post match interview with Steve Housham following Gainsborough Trinity's Vanarama Conference North match against Stockport County on 11th April 2015. Tablet and mobile, listen here.

The Vanarama Conference is pleased to announce the main guest of honour on Sunday 17th May for their showpiece end of season game at Wembley Stadium, which this season is part of the wider Vanarama Big Day Out, is the England team manager, Roy Hodgson.


The Vanarama National League is coming, along with two new broadcasting initiatives and a new three year TV deal with BT Sport. The Football Conference is proud to announce that The Vanarama National League is coming to a ground near you!

In a rebranding initiative, which will under-line the competition's status at the pinnacle of the semi-professional game and linked to a community programme the length and breadth of the country, the Vanarama National League will engage fans not only of the competition’s 68 member clubs but football throughout the UK and beyond.


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