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Morecambe vs Lincoln (24 Mar)

1884 (134 years old)


Danny Cowley

Sincil Bank
(10,120 Capacity)

Jersey Clearart



English League 2

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Upcoming Events
24 Mar Morecambe - Lincoln Globe Arena
30 Mar Lincoln - Exeter Sincil Bank
02 Apr Carlisle - Lincoln Brunton Park
14 Apr Port Vale - Lincoln Vale Park
17 Apr Lincoln - Wycombe Sincil Bank

Latest Results
17 Mar Lincoln 3 - 1 Grimsby Sincil Bank
10 Mar Chesterfield 1 - 3 Lincoln Proact Stadium
06 Mar Mansfield 1 - 1 Lincoln Field Mill
24 Feb Lincoln 1 - 4 Crewe Sincil Bank
17 Feb Crawley 3 - 1 Lincoln Broadfield Stadium


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

Ellis Chapman

Michael Bostw

Harry Anderso

Nathan Arnold

Alex Woodyard

Ollie Palmer

Matt Green

Matthew Rhead

Ryan Allsop

Harry Anderson

Nathan Arnold

Michael Bostwi

Lee Frecklingt

Josh Ginnelly

Luke Hornsey

Billy Knott

Tom Pett

Danny Rowe

Jimmy Walker

Luke Waterfall

Scott Wharton

Jordan William

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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