If you are looking to travel to watch your club play Gillingham, you will thoroughly enjoy the great atmosphere at Priestfield Stadium.

Be sure to check out our in depth guide to Priestfield Stadium away fans to find out all of the essential information such as the fastest route to and from the ground, and if there are any pubs, restaurants and cafés in the local area that are welcoming to visiting away fans.

Gillingham Football Club is a professional football club that plays in League Two which is the fourth tier of English Football. Managed by Neil Harris the side are going through a rough patch of form but are hoping to stay in League Two.

In our Gillingham Football Club guide, we provide you with all of the information on the squad, upcoming fixtures and results, and also the history of Gillingham Football Club.

Gillingham Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Gillingham 2024:

Goal Keepers

Steve Banks
Glenn Morris14 (0)010
Pontus Dahlberg
Jason Brown
Jake Turner39 (0)010
Tommy Crump


Nyron Nosworthy
Cheye Alexander24 (4)120
Max Clark24 (4)130
John Hills
Barry Ashby
Ian Crofts
Scott Malone31 (16)4110
Robbie McKenzie14 (16)320
Richard Rose
Chris Hope
Shadrach Ogie44 (1)190
Conor Masterson42 (5)671
Alex Giles0 (1)000
Remeao Hutton19 (0)040
Timothee Dieng28 (8)660


Paul Smith
Max Ehmer41 (4)0110
Shaun Williams10 (7)130
Nicky Southall
Andy Hessenthaler
Jonny Williams34 (13)150
Olly Lee
Leon Johnson
Mark Saunders
Dom Jefferies24 (3)140
Jayden Clarke15 (24)220
Andrew Crofts
Ethan Coleman44 (4)091
Danny Spiller
Matthew Jarvis
David Perpetuini
Sam Gale
Mark Byrne
Taite Holtam
Stanley Skipper0 (1)000
George Lapslie21 (19)370
Connor Mahoney36 (6)700
Joseph Gbode0 (5)010

Attacking Midfielders

Josh Andrews3 (4)120
Ashley Nadesan17 (16)310
Patrick Agyemang
Iwan Roberts
Darren Byfield
Mamady Sidibe
Ronald Sithole0 (2)000
Oliver Hawkins20 (5)400
Josh Walker4 (11)100
Jorge Cabezas0 (3)000


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Gillingham Upcoming Fixtures

Gillingham Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Stockport County v GillinghamW0-1League Two
08 Aug 2023Gillingham v SouthamptonW3-1League Cup
12 Aug 2023Gillingham v Accrington StanleyW1-0League Two
15 Aug 2023Sutton United v GillinghamW0-1League Two
19 Aug 2023Crawley Town v GillinghamW0-1League Two
26 Aug 2023Gillingham v Colchester UnitedL0-3League Two
29 Aug 2023Luton Town v GillinghamL3-2League Cup
02 Sep 2023Grimsby Town v GillinghamL2-0League Two
05 Sep 2023Gillingham v Leyton OrientW2-1Football League Trophy
09 Sep 2023Gillingham v Harrogate TownW1-0League Two
16 Sep 2023Gillingham v MorecambeW2-1League Two
23 Sep 2023Doncaster Rovers v GillinghamL2-1League Two
30 Sep 2023Gillingham v Mansfield TownD1-1League Two
03 Oct 2023Crewe Alexandra v GillinghamL2-0League Two
07 Oct 2023Gillingham v Milton Keynes DonsW2-1League Two
10 Oct 2023Portsmouth v GillinghamL5-1Football League Trophy
14 Oct 2023Walsall v GillinghamL4-1League Two
21 Oct 2023Gillingham v Notts CountyL1-2League Two
24 Oct 2023Swindon Town v GillinghamW0-1League Two
28 Oct 2023Gillingham v Newport CountyL0-2League Two
04 Nov 2023Hereford FC v GillinghamW0-2FA Cup
07 Nov 2023Gillingham v Fulham AcademyL0-1Football League Trophy
11 Nov 2023Wrexham v GillinghamL2-0League Two
18 Nov 2023Gillingham v Salford CityW3-1League Two
25 Nov 2023Tranmere Rovers v GillinghamL3-1League Two
28 Nov 2023Gillingham v AFC WimbledonW1-0League Two
02 Dec 2023Gillingham v Charlton AthleticW2-0FA Cup
16 Dec 2023Gillingham v Bradford CityL0-2League Two
22 Dec 2023Forest Green Rovers v GillinghamD0-0League Two
26 Dec 2023Gillingham v Crawley TownL0-2League Two
29 Dec 2023Gillingham v Sutton UnitedW1-0League Two
01 Jan 2024Colchester United v GillinghamW0-1League Two
06 Jan 2024Gillingham v Sheffield UnitedL0-4FA Cup
13 Jan 2024Accrington Stanley v GillinghamW1-2League Two
20 Jan 2024Gillingham v Forest Green RoversD1-1League Two
27 Jan 2024Milton Keynes Dons v GillinghamL2-1League Two
03 Feb 2024Gillingham v WalsallD1-1League Two
09 Feb 2024Notts County v GillinghamW1-3League Two
13 Feb 2024Gillingham v Swindon TownD2-2League Two
17 Feb 2024Newport County v GillinghamL1-0League Two
20 Feb 2024Gillingham v Stockport CountyD0-0League Two
24 Feb 2024Gillingham v WrexhamW1-0League Two
02 Mar 2024Salford City v GillinghamW0-2League Two
05 Mar 2024Barrow v GillinghamL2-0League Two
09 Mar 2024Gillingham v Tranmere RoversD1-1League Two
12 Mar 2024AFC Wimbledon v GillinghamL2-0League Two
16 Mar 2024Gillingham v Grimsby TownD1-1League Two
23 Mar 2024Morecambe v GillinghamW2-3League Two
29 Mar 2024Gillingham v Crewe AlexandraD0-0League Two
01 Apr 2024Harrogate Town v GillinghamL5-1League Two
06 Apr 2024Bradford City v GillinghamL1-0League Two
13 Apr 2024Gillingham v BarrowW3-0League Two
20 Apr 2024Mansfield Town v GillinghamL2-1League Two
27 Apr 2024Gillingham v Doncaster RoversD2-2League Two

Popular Questions

When was Gillingham Football Club founded?

Gillingham Football Club was founded in 1893, making it over 125 years old.

What is Gillingham Football Club’s home stadium called?

Gillingham Football Club’s home stadium is called Priestfield Stadium. It has a current capacity of just over 11,000 and has been the home of the club since 1893.

Who is Gillingham Football Club’s all-time leading goal scorer?

The all-time leading goal scorer for Gillingham Football Club is Brian Yeo, who scored 134 goals for the club between 1958 and 1967.

Manager History

01/11/2023 – 30/06/2024Stephen ClemenceEngland31/03/1978
06/10/2023 – 31/10/2023Keith MillenEngland26/09/1966
31/01/2022 – 05/10/2023Neil HarrisEngland12/07/1977
09/01/2022 – 30/01/2022Steve LovellWales16/07/1960
01/07/2019 – 08/01/2022Steve EvansScotland30/10/1962
26/04/2019 – 30/06/2019Mark PattersonEngland13/09/1968
12/10/2017 – 25/04/2019Steve LovellWales16/07/1960
26/09/2017 – 11/10/2017Peter TaylorEngland03/01/1953
04/01/2017 – 25/09/2017Adrian PennockEngland27/03/1971
07/02/2015 – 03/01/2017Justin EdinburghEngland18/12/1969
01/01/2015 – 06/02/2015Andy HessenthalerEngland17/08/1965
14/10/2013 – 31/12/2014Peter TaylorEngland03/01/1953
01/07/2012 – 14/10/2013Martin AllenEngland14/08/1965
01/07/2010 – 30/06/2012Andy HessenthalerEngland17/08/1965
01/11/2007 – 30/06/2010Mark StimsonEngland27/12/1967
13/10/2007 – 27/10/2007Iffy OnuoraScotland28/07/1967
15/09/2007 – 06/10/2007Mick DochertyEngland29/10/1950
15/11/2005 – 08/09/2007Ronnie JepsonEngland12/06/1963
21/05/2005 – 14/11/2005Neale CooperScotland24/11/1963
07/12/2004 – 21/05/2005Stan TernentEngland16/06/1946
23/11/2004 – 29/11/2004John GormanEngland16/08/1949
29/06/2000 – 22/11/2004Andy HessenthalerEngland17/08/1965
01/07/1999 – 12/06/2000Peter TaylorEngland03/01/1953
25/03/1999 – 02/12/1999Kenny BrownEngland11/07/1967
01/08/1995 – 30/06/1999Tony PulisWales16/01/1958
01/07/1993 – 28/02/1995Mike FlanaganEngland09/11/1952
01/07/1992 – 30/06/1993Glenn RoederEngland13/12/1955
01/10/1988 – 30/04/1989Keith BurkinshawEngland23/06/1935
01/07/1974 – 31/10/1975Len AshurstEngland10/03/1939
01/07/1971 – 30/06/1974Andy NelsonEngland05/06/1935
01/01/1966 – 31/05/1971Basil HaywardEngland07/04/1928
01/07/1962 – 30/06/1965Freddie CoxEngland01/11/1920
01/07/1958 – 30/06/1962Harold BarrattEngland25/12/1918
01/08/1939 – 30/06/1958Archie ClarkEngland04/04/1902
01/07/1938 – 30/06/1939Bill HarveyEngland22/12/1896
01/07/1926 – 30/06/1929Bert HoskinsEngland00/03/1885
01/05/1923 – 30/03/1926Harry CurtisEngland22/01/1890
01/05/1920 – 31/05/1920Robert BrownEngland00/00/1873

Gillingham Trophies

League Division FourChampion1963-64
League Division FourRunner-up1973-74
League Division 3Runner-up1995-96
League TwoChampion2012-13


Gillingham Football Club is an English professional football club based in the town of Gillingham, Kent. The club was founded in 1893 and has played its home matches at Priestfield Stadium since then. Gillingham FC currently competes in League One, the third tier of English football.

The club has a rich history, having won several titles and competitions in its early years, including the Southern League championship in 1919 and the FA Cup quarterfinals in 1947. Gillingham also won the Football League Fourth Division title in 1963-64 and the Football League Trophy in 1986 and 1999.

In recent years, Gillingham FC has established itself as a mid-table team in League One, finishing in the top half of the table in several seasons. The club has a loyal fan base and enjoys a fierce rivalry with other Kent-based clubs, particularly Maidstone United and Ebbsfleet United.

Off the pitch, Gillingham FC has been known for its community work and involvement, particularly through its Gillingham Community Trust. The club has also faced financial challenges over the years, including going into administration in 1995 and 2010, but has managed to recover and continue to compete at the professional level.

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