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Swindon vs Lincoln (17 Oct)

1884 (133 years old)


Danny Cowley

Sincil Bank
(10,120 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart



English League 2

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Upcoming Events
Tuesday 17th Oct Swindon - Lincoln The County Ground
Saturday 21st Oct Cheltenham - Lincoln Whaddon Road
Saturday 28th Oct Lincoln - Crawley Sincil Bank
Saturday 11th Nov Crewe - Lincoln Alexandra Stadium
Saturday 18th Nov Lincoln - Coventry Sincil Bank

Latest Results
Saturday 14th Oct Lincoln - Cambridge United Sincil Bank
Saturday 7th Oct Lincoln 2 - 1 Chesterfield Sincil Bank
Saturday 30th Sep Grimsby 0 - 0 Lincoln Blundell Park
Tuesday 26th Sep Lincoln 2 - 1 Barnet Sincil Bank
Saturday 23rd Sep Notts County 4 - 1 Lincoln Meadow Lane


Lincoln City Football Club is an association football club based in the city of Lincoln, Lincolnshire. The club participates in League Two, the fourth tier of English football, after winning the 2016-17 National League title.
In 1982 and again in 1983, Lincoln narrowly missed out on promotion to the Second Division. In 1985, Lincoln were the opposition at Bradford City when the Bradford City stadium fire claimed the lives of 56 spectators – two of them, Bill Stacey and Jim West, were Lincoln fans, and subsequently these fans had the Stacey West stand named after them.

Team Members
Paul Farman
Josh Vickers
Sam Habergham
Luke Waterfal
Sean Long
Robert Dickie
Neal Eardley
Sean Raggett
Jamie McCombe
Elliott White
Billy Knott
Ellis Chapman
Michael Bostw
Harry Anderso
Nathan Arnold
Alex Woodyard
Ollie Palmer
Matt Green
Matthew Rhead

Stadium or Home

The club have played at Sincil Bank since 1895. Previously, Lincoln City had played at the nearby John O'Gaunts ground since the club's 1884 inception. Sincil Bank has an overall capacity of 10,120 and is colloquially known to fans as "The Bank". It is overlooked by Lincoln Cathedral. Former Lincoln City chairman John Reames re-purchased the ground from the local council in 2000 at a cost of £175,000. The club had sold it in 1982 for £225,000 to fend off the threat of eviction, arranging a 125-year lease.



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