WHO ARE YA: Bath City

Name: Bath City (formerly Bath AFC and Bath Railway) Founded: 1889 Stadium: Twerton Park Capacity: 8,840 (1,006 seated) Last season: 9th in Vanarama National League South

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Gloucester City’s own ‘Class of ’92’

When the Class of ’92 owned Salford City visit Whaddon Road on Saturday afternoon, it will be a match between two of the in-form sides of the National League North. Both the Tigers and the Ammies have won four of their last five matches, with only FC Halifax Town having better form in that period. […]

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REPORT: Gloucester City 2-0 Tamworth

It was a case of déjà vu for Gloucester City from their derby win last weekend as they claimed an easy three points following a comfortable, controlled performance against Tamworth. The Tigers has claims for a penalty waved away early on as Luke Hopper went down in the area, but it was more of a […]

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REPORT: Gloucester City 3-0 Worcester City

Gloucester City claimed another three points in the Severn Derby and never really got out of second gear, as they took total control against Worcester City. The warning signs were there early on for Worcester as Joe Parker spurned a big chance as he scuffed a shot from 12 yards out inside the opening five […]

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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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New date for AFC Telford (A)

Gloucester City Football Club can confirm that it has reached an agreement with AFC Telford United to bring forward the fixture between the two sides at the New Bucks Head. The game was originally scheduled for Tuesday 21 March, but with the two sides both having a free weekend, it has been agreed with the […]

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REPORT: Altrincham 0-1 Gloucester City

10-man Gloucester City stopped the rot of six league games lost in a row by grinding out a well-deserved three points at Altrincham. With both teams testing the waters in the early stages, neither side could muster a meaningful chance before Joe Parker thought he had given City the lead. Parker, latching onto a sublime […]

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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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PREVIEW: Brackley Town (H)

Date: 01/01/2017 Competition: Vanarama National League North Location: LCI Rail Stadium, Cheltenham Admission: Adults £13, Concessions (60+, NUS) £7, 13-17 £7 (NB – This is a one-time only purchase that entitles the bearer to one season ticket per purchase!), 12 and under admitted free. Gloucester City’s first game of the New Year sees us host […]

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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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