Jelenlegi keret. Currently the Grimsby Chamber of Commerce. Fixture News Referee Watch: Match Official To Make His EFL Blundell Park Debut 10 December 2020. The season began poorly with one win in six in August, including a 5–0 loss at Braintree Town. [63] Town won the game 1–0 thanks to a first half Kevin Donovan goal which gave the club a historic Wembley double and the Mariners promotion back to Division One. The plans have been met with resistance from many residents of the local area surrounding the proposed stadium site, but other factors have also slowed progress. [81], Groves was sacked in 2004 following a 6–0 drubbing by Oldham Athletic [82] and was replaced by Nicky Law. [25] In 1953–54, Shankly became disillusioned when the board could not give him money to buy new players. Michael Colin Newell is an English football manager and former professional footballer. [ citation needed ] Buckley soon found himself watching his club slide down to 22nd before earning a convincing 6–0 victory away against Boston United. Just 11 wins in 46 matches saw the club relegated to the Third Division on the final day of the season. Erreà remains as the kit manufacturer with Young's Seafood signing on as shirt sponsor for another season with The Mariners. Paul Linwood was brought in from Chester City, should hugely targeted Ryan Bennett be on his way, but after rejecting two offers from Peterborough United, the club tied the young skipper on an improved 4-year contract. Notable former managers include Bill Shankly, who went on to guide Liverpool to three League titles, two FA Cups and a UEFA Cup triumph, and Lawrie McMenemy who, after securing promotion to the then Third Division in 1972, moved to Southampton where he won the FA Cup in 1976. Despite this, they reached the FA Trophy final, where they played Wrexham at Wembley Stadium on 24 March 2013. [ citation needed ] They went on to play MK Dons in the Final on 30 March, [63] losing 2–0 after Danny Boshell missed an early penalty. Nicknamed "the Mariners", the club was founded as Grimsby Pelham in 1878, changed its name to Grimsby Town a year later and moved to its current stadium, Blundell Park, in 1898. Games involving all three Humberside clubs are known as the Humber derby. [108], Manager Neil Woods signed a new contract and was kept on for the following season. Players signed to, and have played for Grimsby Town that have had full international caps during their careers. [69] Despite Gary McAllister scoring a penalty following a David Beharall handball to put the Reds 1–0 up, loan signing Marlon Broomes equalised before ex-Everton youth player Phil Jevons hit a 35-yard strike into the top corner of Chris Kirkland's goal to give the club a historic victory. [53] Laws steered Grimsby to a 10th-place finish in his first season as manager. [181], Grimsby is the football club that Sacha Baron Cohen's character Nobby supports in the 2016 action comedy film Grimsby . [ citation needed ] His replacement as assistant manager would be former Bury manager Chris Casper. Neil Stephen Woods is an English football manager and former professional footballer who is academy manager at Football League Two club Grimsby Town. It took only four weeks for Grimsby to return to the stadium though, this time to face Northampton Town in the Division Two play-off Final. It has a new Junior Mariners section, works with similar GTFC-friendly organisations like the internet mariners and the PPAG and is run by volunteers of 400+ members and continues to encourage GTFC fans to join and get involved. The 1997–98 season saw the return of Alan Buckley as manager, after an unsuccessful period at West Bromwich Albion, for Grimsby Town's most successful post-war season. During the 1992–93 English football season, Brentford competed in the second tier of English football for the first time since 1953–54. [147] With Danny Andrew departing for Doncaster Rovers and Rhys Browne departing for Yeovil a few weeks later. [ citation needed ] With little time left for the new team to gel, Grimsby dropped into the relegation zone and went down again on the last day of the season. [28] Shankly went on to win the Football League, FA Cup and UEFA Cup with Liverpool. In the league they were in they played football nobody else could play. 1 England cap (20 May 1937, vs Finland, 8–0, Helsinki), Club's most successful manager winning 3 promotions and 1 cup, including the Wembley Double, Player, 1992–96 & 2005–2007 (248 games, 4 goals), Player, 1975–86 & 1991–94 (423 games, 58 goals). [31] Chilton continued as manager at Grimsby Town until April 1959 when he joined Wigan Athletic as manager for one season during 1960–61. [33] It was in this season that the lowest-ever attendance for a Football League match at Blundell Park was ever recorded; 1,833 saw a 2–0 defeat to Brentford. [173], Actor and comedian Sacha Baron Cohen who is most widely known for creating and portraying the characters Ali G and Borat was spotted at Grimsby Town's home game against Cambridge United during the 2013–14 season. Grimsby Town F.C. Grimsby finished the season in good form, with a 9 match unbeaten run, finishing the season with a 3–0 win against Newport County. [179], During April 2007 it was announced that Grimsby Town had struck a deal with Sky channel Propeller TV to show four 30-minute shows named GTTV. It is also the only club of the three to reach an FA Cup semi-final (doing so on two occasions). [ citation needed ] With Nicky Law failing to keep Grimsby in the Second Division, chairman Peter Furneaux wielded the axe and ended his short stay as first team manager. [153] Five more players were signed before the window closed, most notably former Scotland international Paul Dixon and former Scunthorpe United winger Martyn Woolford. The team competes in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system. [5] Exceptions from the traditional bar-stripe kit: Since the introduction of the black and white bar stripes in 1910, the GTFC kits have featured exclusively red, black and white. During this time, Grimsby faced further defeats against Cambridge United and Exeter City. Read full article. Along with competing in League Two, the club will also participate in the FA Cup, EFL Cup and EFL Trophy. [85] [86] However, with cash flow problems, corners had to be cut and the squad was paper thin, numbers were mainly made up by inexperienced youth team players, and loan signings of questionable purpose. [5], Grimsby Town play their home games at Blundell Park in Cleethorpes. [136] [137] [138] [139], After promotion, manager, Paul Hurst, released a number of players, many of whom were pivotal to the previous season's promotion push. [104] [105] The other main candidate for the job was former boss Russell Slade, but the board decided upon Woods ahead of Slade. [ citation needed ] By the end of 2009, Grimsby had won 3, drawn 8 and lost 12 in the league. Rob Scott sacked. It consists of 'schoolboys' teams from Under 9's to Under 16's level, and a youth team, made up of Under 17's and Under 18's players. Founded 1878 Address Blundell Park DN35 7PY Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire Country England Phone +44 (1472) 605 050 Fax +44 (1472) 693 665 E-mail The show mainly focused on player and staff interviews and match reviews. [156] The club only managed one in their first four games of their second season, with a surprise 3–1 victory over Chesterfield. [146] At the end of the season, club legends, Craig Disley and Shaun Pearson departed the club, alongside Josh Gowling, Dan Jones, Ashley Chambers and Gavin Gunning. [25] Shankly believed he still had good players to work with and was able to buy some additional players on the transfer market for low fees. He also plays football with the mascots and warms up the Grimsby Town fans. [4] [167] The stadium has had an all-seated capacity of just under 10,000 in recent years, being in and around 27,000 before the stadium was made all seated in 1995. During this time the Mariners had drawn 15 games and lost 10. [ citation needed ] Buckley departed Grimsby in October 1994 to join West Bromwich Albion and he was replaced by defender Brian Laws. [ citation needed ] In 1992–93, Grimsby finished 9th in the new Division One, and until well into April they were in the hunt for a play-off place that would have given them the chance of a third promotion in four years. 1 England cap (2 December 1936, vs Hungary, 6–2, 1885–86, 1888–89, 1896–97, 1898–99, 1899–1900, 1900–01, 1901–02, 1902–03, 1905–06, 1908–09, 1912–13, 1920–21, 1922–23, 1924–25, 1928–29, 1929–30, 1932–33, 1935–36, 1936–37, 1937–38, 1946–47, 1949–50, 1952–53, 1967–68, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1979–80, 1983–84, 1986–87, 1989–90, 1991–92, 1992–93, 1993–94, 1994–95, 1995–96, 1999–2000, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2014–15, 1886–87, 1909–10, 1910–11, 1911–12, 1914–15, 1919–20, 1923–24, 1930–31, 1931–32, 1933–34, 1934–35, 1945–46, 1947–48, 1948–49, 1950–51, 1953–54, 1957–58, 1960–61, 1970–71, 1974–75, 1990–91, 1996–97, 2003–04, 2008–09, 2010–11. [123] [124] The turn of the year, however, appeared to be a turning point for Grimsby, with Nathan Pond returning from loan to Fleetwood Town [125] and Scott Neilson signing for league rivals Luton Town. [115] He left the club in 9th position in the Conference National. They play their home games at Glanford Park, having moved from their original stadium, the Old Show Ground, in 1988. [112] Inconsistency followed, with the club managing to perform and get results against some of the league's top sides but struggling to beat the teams at the lower end of the table. Academy is the football academy of Grimsby Town F.C. Everything was measured, planned and perfected and you could not wish to see more entertaining football". [ citation needed ] On 6 November 2006 John Fenty sacked Graham Rodger. [ citation needed ] The 2000–01 season saw a boardroom change with Doug Everitt taking over from Bill Carr. The first town hall in Grimsby, which was located near Grimsby Minster, was completed in the 13th century; this was replaced by the second town hall, which was built in a similar area, in 1391 and by the third, also in a similar area, in 1780. [54] During his tenure, Laws became famous for a changing-room altercation after a defeat at Luton with Italian striker Ivano Bonetti, which left the latter with a fractured cheekbone, and caused the popular player to leave the club at the end of the season. Association football club in Cleethorpes, England, "Grimsby Town" redirects here. Despite this run of form the poor early season form had cost them and they were unable to break into the play-off places, and an end of season run of 1 win in 8 games saw them fade away and once again finish in 11th place, this time on 70 points. Slade's assistant was former Grimsby player, Paul Wilkinson. Barnsley, Doncaster Rovers and Boston United are three other examples of clubs who have shared some kind of rivalry with Grimsby in past seasons, whilst they were in the second and fourth tiers respectively. [176] In 2015 Richman contributed to a fan fundraiser "Operation Promotion" and in June 2020 became a club shareholder. [188]. It appears you are trying to access this site using an outdated browser. The club's record appearance holder is John McDermott, who made 754 appearances between 1987 and 2007, while their leading scorer is Pat Glover, with 180 goals (1930–39]. The managerial duo was broken up on 6 September 2013 due to Rob Scott being suspended and Paul Hurst was placed in sole charge of the team. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. [11], Grimsby Town and Hull City were the only two professional teams which had official permission to play league football on Christmas Day because of the demands of the fish trade, but that tradition has now disappeared following the dramatic reduction of their trawler fleets in recent years. [ citation needed ] On 6 March 2010 Grimsby ended a club record 25 game winless streak by beating promotion chasing Shrewsbury Town at Blundell Park, 3–0. [76] [77] For the new season, the club also had to supply its own kits following the closure of long serving kit suppliers Avec Sportswear. Paul Hurst took sole charge. Tom Shutes, far left, with town leaders following the signing of the Greater Grimsby Town Deal (Image: Jon Corken/Grimsby Live) Business and charity. They originally played at Clee Park until 1879, they then moved to Lovett Street for a single season, before returning to Clee Park for a further nine years. There are two other clubs within the Borough of Grimsby who are on the football ladder, Grimsby Borough and Cleethorpes Town. [117] [118]. [ citation needed ], The sudden collapse of ITV Digital had left the club with debts of over £2 million, £700,000 of which was owed to the Inland Revenue [74] [75] and a further substantial amount to their bankers, Lloyds Bank. [60] After a seemingly poor start to the League campaign, performances improved, which propelled the club into a promotion battle with Watford, Bristol City and an expensively assembled Fulham (at the time the only club at this level to have spent seven-figure sums on players), with Grimsby finishing the season in 3rd place. The away kit is blue, with the third kit being salmon. [104] Almost immediately Woods was dealt a blow when the club decided to do a U-turn and sell captain Ryan Bennett to Peterborough United for £500,000 despite rejecting this offer in the summer and the player only recently signing a new four-year deal. Shortly afterwards, the club won its first major trophy, the 1962 League Cup. [135] The week before, Grimsby Town beat Forest Green Rovers 3–1 in the 2016 National League play-off Final at Wembley, seeing Grimsby promoted back to League Two after a six-year absence from the Football League. [1] In 1925 they adopted the black and white stripes as their colours. ; Please sign and date your posts by typing four tildes ( ~~~~). This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total. [ citation needed ] In October 2008, Grimsby appointed Mike Newell as manager, a year and a half after his dismissal by Luton Town. [94], During the 2007–08 season the club enjoyed a good run in the Football League Trophy and on 4 March 2008 Grimsby booked their place at the new Wembley Stadium after beating Morecambe in a nervy two-legged Northern Final. [ citation needed ] The Mariners went on to secure victories over Notts County and Port Vale going into the final 2 weeks of the 2008–09 season, Town's previous run of form was heralded by manager Newell down to the fact that new loan signing Barry Conlon had improved morale in the dressing room, not to mention clinching 5 goals in his first 6 appearances in a Grimsby t-shirt. Michael Jolley is an English professional football coach and football manager who was most recently the manager of League Two club Grimsby Town. [ citation needed ] Groves dabbled in the transfer market and brought in a batch of new signings, notably Jason Crowe [78] and Des Hamilton, [79] Aidan Davison and Tony Crane. [126] This led them to finish in 4th place with 83 points. In 2008 Buckley took Grimsby to the capital again, but lost out to MK Dons in the final of the Football League Trophy. [37], The club stayed in Division Three until relegation in 1977 but were promoted again in 1979. Youngest player to play for the club aged 16 years 143 days, 4 October 1975. [119], On 19 September 2011, John Fenty resigned as chairman of Grimsby Town with immediate effect, a position he had held for 7 years, although he continues to act as a director of the club. Scunthorpe United Football Club is a professional association football club based in the town of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, England. However, as a result of the ongoing global recession, the club has halted all progress on the new development and it is unlikely that any work will begin until an upturn in the economy. Scored a 35-yard winning goal in extra time to give Grimsby a 2–1 victory over. The team is nicknamed "The Iron", and has played in a home strip of claret and blue for most of the club's history. [182]. [73], The 2002–03 season, was a disaster for Grimsby Town; Mariners boss Paul Groves attempted to bolster his side as well as he could, veteran footballers Darren Barnard and Steve Chettle amongst others were brought to the club, and such players as Steve Kabba, Richard Hughes and returning hero John Oster all played some part in the season. [45], 1987–88 saw Grimsby Town suffer a second consecutive relegation, placing them in the Fourth Division. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. ; New to Wikipedia? [ citation needed ] Woods began to clear out the ranks, with Danny Boshell, Danny North, Jamie Clarke, Barry Conlon and Grant Normington all being released. [ citation needed ] Arthur Drewry, a local businessman, married the daughter of Grimsby Town's chairman, and subsequently served as a director of the club before his own chairmanship. Grimsby Town F.C. He watched The Mariners 1–0 defeat before talking to fans in the Blundell Hotel dressed in a Grimsby shirt and hat. The club is located at Blundell Park where it has been since 1898. [172] Mariners fans since 2006 have also had a friendship with the supporters of Belgian club Eendracht Aalst. Template:ImportTemplate:Club-stub Template:Infobox Football club Grimsby Town Football Club is an English football club based in the seaside town of Cleethorpes, in North East Lincolnshire, England, who compete in the Conference National. [154] [155] New signing, Nathan Clarke was immediately made captain of the much-changed Grimsby side, following the departure of former captain, Craig Disley. Click here to start a new topic. [122] However, despite the loss of such an important player, and despite not winning 5 games into the season, Grimsby were top of the table by Christmas, with two crucial loan players Ross Hannah and Scott Neilson breathing new life into the Grimsby team. [174] Cohen had been in the town to think of ideas for a new film and had also visited the town's fish docks. [ citation needed ] A Paul Bolland goal in the away first leg was enough to see Town through. Became the first foreign manager in English football with Grimsby. [ citation needed ], Grimsby Town entered the 2008–09 season with unsettled Martin Butler, injured Danny North and the inexperienced youngsters Andy Taylor and Nathan Jarman as their only striking options. Slade was sacked on 11 February 2018 after seeing the team fail to win in 12 league games, with eight losses, he left the team 17th in League Two. Grimsby is a town on Lake Ontario in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada. Walsall. [ citation needed ] Grimsby continued to show no signs of improvement under Woods and Casper and Town would find themselves being dragged into a second successive relegation battle. The season covers the period from 1 … The previous season's top scorer Liam Hearn suffered an Achilles tendon injury in pre-season, and although he appeared to be on the road to recovery when he came on as a substitute against Stockport County, just three days later he injured his leg in training, and tests showed it was an Achilles tendon rupture and he would be out for several months. [142] During the January Transfer Window, Bignot brought in a total of 6 players permanently, including Solihull Moors midfielder, Jamey Osborne, and Gateshead midfielder, Sam Jones. [ citation needed ] Like many other teams who suffer a relegation in the previous season, Grimsby got off to a mediocre start and a lower mid-table finish was as good as it would get for Slade's men. With the rules forbidding substitutes for injuries, Grimsby had to play with 10 men and an outfield player in goal. [120] [121], The 2012–13 season saw a more stable squad than had been seen by Grimsby Town in recent years, with a total of 12 players from the previous season's squad remaining. [102] [103], Following the dismissal of Mike Newell, [103] Youth Team Coach and former player Neil Woods was given the role of caretaker manager, chosen ahead of assistant manager Brian Stein. The project was eventually scrapped after the four shows aired. Win: Draw: Loss: Football League Second Division. On 9 May 2018, it was announced that a total of 12 players would be leaving the club, with Ben Davies and Nathan Clarke two of the more notable departures. Legend. [157] October and November 2017 saw high levels of inconsistency for Grimsby. [63] The club were drawn against Southern section champions AFC Bournemouth and in a tight game, an equaliser from substitute Kingsley Black took the game into extra time, and in the 112th minute Grimsby secured the game courtesy of a golden goal from Wayne Burnett. They contest Humber derby games with local rivals Grimsby Town and Hull City, as well as Lincolnshire derby games with Boston United, Gainsborough Trinity and Lincoln City. Grimsby Town Football Club is an English football club based in the seaside town of Cleethorpes, in North East Lincolnshire, England, who compete in League Two. Founded in 1862, they are the oldest professional association football club in the world, and predate The Football Association itself. League position. One of the most notable difficulties for the club was in demonstrating how it planned to finance the scheme. Jon Anthony Nolan is an English professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Ipswich Town. [26], Grimsby made a strong challenge for promotion in 1951–52 but finished second, three points behind Lincoln City (only one team was promoted from Division Three North, with one from Division Three South). English: Grimsby Town Football Club (also known as The Mariners) are an English professional football club based in Cleethorpes. Alan Buckley is the club's most successful manager; he had three spells between 1988 and 2008, guiding the club to three promotions and two appearances at Wembley Stadium during the 1997–98 season, winning both the Football League Trophy and the Football League Second Division play-off Final. [5] The 1911 kit included the black and white striped t-shirt, white shorts and black socks. Michael Jolley was appointed as the new manager on 2 March 2018. Vezetőedzője a korábban az első osztályban megforduló Ian Holloway. It is named after the English fishing town of Grimsby in north-east Lincolnshire. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The 2020–21 season is Grimsby Town's 143rd in existence and their fifth consecutive season in EFL League Two. competed in the Football League First Division. During the 1997–98 English football season, Grimsby Town F.C. [ citation needed ] Indeed, only one of their previous 12 seasons had been spent outside it and have never returned to this level. [187], More clubs have lost their managers after meeting Grimsby Town than after playing any other club. [170] Up until 1998, there were two club mascots, Mighty and Mini Mariner, and until then they used to wear yellow fishing rain coats, before Mini was dropped, and Mighty was given the home strip to wear. This caused many fans to again call for the sacking of Russell Slade. The club contests rivalries with Gloucester City and Forest Green Rovers. Grimsby is a fishing port in Lincolnshire, standing on the south bank of the mouth of the River Humber, on the east coast of England.It merges into the seaside town of Cleethorpes, and this conurbation and rural hinterland comprise the unitary Local Authority of North East Lincolnshire, also called Great Grimsby.. [ citation needed ] In the report for the year ending 31 May 2006 it was revealed that the club made a profit after tax of over £400,000, due mainly to cup exploits and the play-off final. Grimsby Town Football Club adalah sebuah klub sepak bola Inggris yang berbasis di kota tepi laut Cleethorpes, di timur laut Lincolnshire.Saat ini klub berkompetisi dalam Liga Conference Nasional Inggris.. Mereka terbentuk pada tahun 1878 sebagai Grimsby Pelham dan kemudian menjadi Grimsby Town. In one of the club most famous victories, Grimsby held the Premier League team to a 0–0 draw after 90 minutes taking the game into extra time. [ citation needed ] Isaiah Rankin who had a short stay with the club in 2004, was re-signed from Brentford and other signings such as veteran Peter Beagrie and Sheffield United goalkeeper Phil Barnes were brought in. The Borough of Grimsby Town that have had full international caps during their careers [ 96,! 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