Hannah was released by Plymouth two years ago and is a student at Hartpury College. He has also been on the books of Paulton Rovers and Mangotsfield United.
He was given a chance in preseason last year but comes in this season as Gloucester City’s number one.
After signing his first professional contract in May 2017, Matt Yates stepped up to the Under-23s squad on a permanent basis for the start of the 2017/18 campaign.A consistent starter throughout his scholarship, Yates has been on the books of the Derby County Academy since the age of nine and is the son of the club’s former defender Dean Yates. He joins Gloucester City on a three month loan.
Isaac broke into the first team last year after an injury to former Captain Kieran Thomas and hasn’t looked back since. Taking his chance he established himself as first choice in the side with some solid yet vibrant displays in the National League South last season.
Deaman began his career as a youngster with Wrexham, before joining Birmingham City in 2011. He spent time on loan at League Two club Cheltenham Town. After a trial with Cheltenham in July 2014, he rejoined the club on a one-year contract. A defender who can also play in midfield, he made his senior debut in the 2014–15 League Cup. After Cheltenham’s relegation in 2015, he spent the first half of the following season on loan to National League North club AFC Telford United before joining Basingstoke Town. He left at the end of the season to sign for National League North club Gloucester City. After a loan spell at Salford City, he spent the 2017–18 season with Hereford of the Southern League before returning to Gloucester City for 2018–19.
Matt Williams left Evesham United to join Hungerford Town in December last year, stepping up two divisions to National League South.The Droitwich-born 24-year-old is now back with the Tigers, who he initially joined in 2014.Williams started out at Cheltenham Town, where he was captain of the Under-18s team.
Spencer Hamilton (Defender)
Centre half signed from Cheltenham Town in 2014. Now heading into his fourth season with the Tigers, Hamilton has developed well during his time with the Tigers, showing a mature attitude both on and off the pitch. Whilst he’s been at City, Hamilton has won many fans with his versatility and ability to do a job wherever he’s asked to. Hamilton also captained the England Universities team in 2017.
A product of the much acclaimed Gloucester City Youth Development setup, Avery returned to the Tigers in 2014 after leading Shortwood United to a televised FA Cup first round tie against Port Vale. In 2015/16, Avery was voted as the Players and Supporters Player of the Season and continued his stellar performances in the 2016/17 campaign.
The 18 year-old has made the step up from the Gloucester City youth academy and has looked assured in pre-season. One to watch, his height and pace give City a youthful but solid presence in defence.
Another product of the youth academy, 17 year-old Tunnicliff has made the step up from the youth in pre-season 2017 and is looking to make an impact for the Tigers this season.
Hanks is a fans-favourite and seen by many as the natural successor to Webb. Formerly of Cheltenham Town, Hanks is one of the most comfortable players on the ball in the side and has a touch of quality about his play that sets him above others, including an eye for goal – he chipped in with 10 goals to add to his 13 assists in 2016/17.
Mat Liddiard a graduate of Hartpury College, switched to Cirencester from City in October 2015 and established himself as a key man at the Corinium Stadium. He joined Evesham United for the 2017-2018 season (scoring 22 goals in all competitions last season) and now re-joins the Tigers for the up-coming campaign.
Knowles was an integral part of the Tigers team in 2016/17. When Knowles was on the pitch, City averaged just over 2 points per game compared to under 1.5 points per game without him in the side. Senior Football Manager at Hartpury College during the day, Knowles brings calmness, organisation and communication to the team when he’s on the pitch.
A Gloucester City Youth academy product, Noah Captained the England Schools U18 last season after having been promoted to the first team. One to watch, this bright talent is just another example of the Clubs ability and faith in Youth Development and his appearances last season capped with his first senior goal, has earned him a place in the squad for the coming season.
Ball-playing midfielder signed from Hereford FC in September 2017, returning to the Tigers after an initial short spell in 2013. Once on the books of Arsenal, manager Arsene Wenger personally oversaw the acquisition of Edge from Cheltenham Town for a six-figure fee. A versatile player, Edge has also played centre back in his career.
Ben Seymour joins on a three month Loan from parent Club, Exeter City. Ben signed his first professional contract in April of this year, and although the striker has yet to make a first-team appearance for his parent club he impressed in last season’s FA Youth Cup. He also netted plenty of goals during a loan spell at Southern League side Bideford last season, including an impressive four goal haul in Bideford’s 5-0 win over Swindon Supermarine.
Page signed his first professional deal with Cheltenham Town in July 2015, after a two-year spell in the academy on a BTEC scholarship under the tutelage of development manager Alex Penny. Following this, Page joined Midland Football League Premier Division side Hereford on loan, before returning to Cheltenham after an impressive spell for the Bulls. On 10 May 2018, it was announced that Page would leave Cheltenham at the end of his current deal in June 2018. He then joined Gloucester City for the 2018/19 campaign.
Being able to operate as a Midfielder or Forward, 25 year old Jake Mawford joins Gloucester City having impressed during preseason. Formerly of Weston Super Mare, Jake has also represented Bristol City and Southampton in his professional career.
Former Chippenham Town forward Jake Jackson joined the Tigers for preseason and is looking to add to the two goals he scored for Chippnhema last season after impressing in the Southern premier for Frome where he scored 13 goals in 29 games.
The Gloucester-born 21-year old was handed a two-and-a-half year professional contract by Cheltenham in January 2015. He made one substitute appearance for the first team at AFC Wimbledon before being released by new manager Gary Johnson the following summer. He joined City at the back end of last season and has continued to impress in pre season this year earning a place in the City side for the coming season.
Livewire former Newport County striker and another product of the Tigers youth academy, who moved to the Welsh side after catching the eye following a 19-minute hat-trick as an 18 year-old in a 7-0 FA Cup win over Yate Town. A natural finisher now back in his third spell with the club, Parker also does tremendous work for the Tigers in the Community scheme.