Gloucester City was formed in 1883 and currently compete in the National League North.

Previously it competed in the National League North from 2009 to 2017 and then spent two seasons in the National League South afterwards. Prior to that, it spent a record 70 years within the Southern Football League from 1939 until 2009. The club secured promotion after a playoff final win against Farnborough.

In July 2007, the club was considerably affected by the 2007 United Kingdom floods, which significantly affected Gloucestershire. and left the Meadow Park stadium under eight feet of water. The impact of the flooding has meant that the club has been in exile away from Gloucester ever since. The Tigers have played home games at Cheltenham Town’s Whaddon Road, after spending three seasons sharing at Cirencester Town’s Corinium Stadium and Forest Green Rovers’ New Lawn stadium in Nailsworth. From the 2017–18 season, the club has played at Evesham United.

Play at the New Meadow Park Ground

Benefits will be free tickets to home games, with a discount on food and drinks. Work closely with the first team/coaches by the first team and ex-football league players.

However, this season will see us return to a brand new Meadow Park stadium with some drastic changes being made to prevent flooding, a state of the art three thousand seat stadium and all-weather pitch- where you will train and complete your classwork.

With a big buzz surrounding the club and the big signings they are making on and off the pitch, it’s a great time to introduce this programme and for you to be part of this journey with us.


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