Donated by Malcolm Johnson “Here’s the four-page programme for the National Association of Youth Clubs Cup Final that was inserted into the programme for City’s home game with Scunthorpe on 13 October 1979. I’ve no memory of it, and there’s no mention in any of my newspaper cuttings, but I
Submitted by Martin Blow. Quite a unique signed team sheet by Alan Clarke from a Lincolnshire Senior Cup tie against Spalding United. August 1990 and Alan Clarke was new into the management role at Sincil Bank. He lasted until November 30th. Sacked! Replaced by Steve Thompson.
Donated by Martin Blow. “My first season supporting Lincoln City – memories of some great games, some not so great. Tug of war with Barnet and Kettering for the top spot of the Conference.This programme is the final game of the season – promotion back to the Football League! Mark
Courtesy Malcolm Johnson
Courtesy of Malcolm Johnson
Donated by Malcolm Johnson. As Malcolm notes, “a strong city line up for some reason, with Norman Corner scoring both goals in a 2-1 win.”
Donated by Dave Allsop. Dave notes, “I was a printer at Moorprint back in the Eighties, and we printed the City programme, my old workmate, Charlie Jackson used to work at Bargate Press who printed the programmes back in the 50s / 60s, when he retired he gave me the
Donated by Malcolm Johnson, he notes – Here’s the cover of the programme for City’s away match with Chesterfield on 8 January 1966. Note the lack of floodlights in the drawing of the ground – Chesterfield were one of the last league clubs to have them installed.This was my first
Donated by Malcolm Johnson Here’s the programme cover for City’s away game with Bradford (Park Avenue) towards the end of their last season in the Football League.
Donated by Malcolm Johnson The cover of the programme for the friendly match with Nottingham Forest on 8 May 1988 arranged to mark the official opening of the new St Andrews Stand (now known as the Selenity). The game also saw the presentation of the GM Vauxhall Conference championship trophy.