Tigers and Harriers fans come together

Fans of Gloucester City and Kidderminster Harriers came together for a charity football match ahead of the two side’s clash at Whaddon Road on Saturday afternoon. The match, played at Cheltenham Civil Service Club on Saturday morning, was in support of a group of around 50 Kidderminster fans who were walking from Kidderminster to Whaddon […]

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Dunstan excited ahead of Salford visit

Gloucester City Chairman Mike Dunstan is excited at the prospect of a major game against title challenging Salford City on Saturday.  But equally he is excited that the occasion will also showcase the development of the clubs off-field development. “Salford are a vibrant and progressive club” Dunstan said. “They have a high profile thanks to […]

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Groundshare agreed for 2017/18

Gloucester City Football Club have issued the following statement with regards to our groundshare agreement for the 2017/18 season. Following media speculation today regarding our ground share arrangements for next season, we can confirm that we have agreed a ground share with Evesham United for next season.  The deal is for one season, but we […]

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Supporters Trust Race Night details

Gloucester City Supporters Trust are holding their first fundraising event of 2017 on Friday 27 January 2017, when they will present another of their well attended race nights. The event will be held at the Victoria in Brockworth, Gloucester, and it is free entry for any that wish to attend with the first race taking […]

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Merry Christmas from Gloucester City!

Gloucester City Football Club would like to extend our best wishes to our loyal supporters for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. This year has been one that has seen the club progress in leaps and bounds both on the pitch and off it. The year started with another Severn Derby victory over […]

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GROUND UPDATE: October 2016

Gloucester City AFC are delighted that the final planning hurdle has now been completed and would at this point like to pause to thank everyone who has helped with what has turned out to be an epic journey.\r\n\r\nMajor shareholder Eamonn McGurk laid out the next steps as follows: “The council will now issue its final […]

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Tigers find new fans in Norway

Such is the nature with non-league football, that many clubs fan-bases don’t branch out from the town/cities borders, but Gloucester City have once more found fans across the international boundaries.\r\n\r\nThanks to a little bit of help from the massively popular computer game Football Manager by Sports Interactive, the Tigers reputation has already grown in countries […]

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Reid takes on new role at Four Four Two

When he’s not scoring goals for Gloucester City in the National League North, striker Craig Reid is teaching young and upcoming strikers to be the best they can in his role as Elite Striker Coach for Four Four Two.\r\n\r\nReid is head of the Elite Striker Training programme, aimed at forward thinking players from 5-16, Elite […]

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GROUND UPDATE: August 2016

Gloucester City are pleased to confirm that the updated application will be considered by the City Council’s Planning Committee on the 6th September.\r\n\r\nThe updated application which is recommended for approval, covers changes to some of the conditions imposed on the original outline permission.\r\n\r\nIn addition, the Planning Officers are also seeking delegated powers to discharge the […]

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Crowdfunding to support Ethan Moore

A crowdfunding page has been set up for Gloucester City striker Ethan Moore to help raise £2000 towards an operation to repair his torn ACL.\r\n\r\nEthan tore his Anterior Cruciate Ligament at training just two days before the opening of the 2016/17 season, when he turned sharply and felt his knee give way under him.\r\n\r\nA scan […]

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