HARRIS: Not pretty, but effective

Gloucester City boss Tim Harris saw his side dig in with ten men against Altrincham and claim a good win, describing the game as “not pretty, but effective”. The Tigers took the lead just after the half hour mark when Ed Williams capitalised on a defensive shambles to feed Joe Parker in the box, who […]

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RESULT: Best Tigers moment of 2016

Before we welcomed in 2017, gloucestercityafc.com gave Tigers fans the opportunity to vote for their favourite moment from the calendar year just gone. Following the postponement of our New Year’s Day game with Brackley Town due to a waterlogged pitch, the voting period was extended and we can now reveal the result of the poll. It was […]

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POLL: Best Tigers moment of 2016

With 2016 all but over, we are looking back at some of the best Gloucester City moments of 2016 and you can vote for the winner! It has been a year that has seen significant progress both on and off the field for Gloucester City, with plans for a new stadium at Meadow Park finally […]

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PREVIEW: Brackley Town (A)

Date: 26/12/2016 Competition: Vanarama National League North Location: St James’ Park We’re right in the thick of the festive fixtures and at a time of Christmas spirit and good will the Tigers focus on a Boxing Day showdown with Brackley writes Ollie Williams. The Form City come into the game on the back of five losses on […]

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Stockport County (H) – Segregation in place

Gloucester City Football Club would like to advise all fans – home and away – that segregation measures will be in place when Stockport County visit Whaddon Road on Saturday 3 December.\r\n\r\nUsual arrangements are in place, with City fans having access to the main stand and paddock terracing areas to the right of and below […]

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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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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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THE OPPOSITION: Stockport County

As we begin to wind down our look at our 2016/17 National League North opposition, we move on to the club with arguably the biggest fan base in the league: Stockport County. A Football League club for 106 years, Stockport has seen players like Micky Quinn, Bill Atkins and Andy Thorpe all grace Edgeley Park […]

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PREVIEW: Salford City (A)

Date: Saturday 6 August 2016\r\n\r\nCompetition: Vanarama National League North\r\n\r\nKick-Off: 15:00\r\n\r\nLocation: Moor Lane, Salford\r\n\r\nGloucester City kick off their 2016/17 National League North season away to Class of ’92 backed and league newcomers Salford City.\r\n\r\nTim Harris’ side go into the match having lost just once in pre-season and the gaffer is happy with how the team has […]

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PROFILE: Stalybridge Celtic

Another trip to Bower Fold awaits Gloucester City this season as the Tigers once again face off against Stalybridge Celtic in the National League North.\r\n\r\nIt’s safe to say that the Tigers haven’t enjoyed the best record against Stalybridge, having only won on three of the 14 occasions the two sides have faced off, with the […]

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