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Lincoln City : Club Background

Not all football grounds get a setting like this!
Not all football grounds get a setting like this!
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Lincoln City officially came into existence in 1883, though it's claimed that organised football was played in the city from the 1860's onwards. Their early years were spent in local leagues until 1892, when they became one of the 12 founder members of the Second Divison. By 1895 the club had moved to the location of their current ground, Sincil Bank, and seven years later reached the giddy heights of fifth in the old Division Two (the equivalent of the Championship Division One now) - a finishing position that remains the Imps best to this day.

Not many people realise that automatic relegation out of the League's lowest division was commonplace in the early days of the Football League, and Lincoln were one of those clubs: they finished bottom of Division Two in 1908 and were relegated to the Midland Combination League. The Imps bounced back at the first attempt, winning the Midland League and re-entering the Football League, but a year later finished bottom of Division Two again and once more were relegated, this time to the newly formed Central League. Again the Imps bounced straight back to Division Two the following season, winning the Central League at the first attempt.

The Imps were relegated from the League for the third time in 1920 and for the third time the club bounced straight back the following season after winning the Midland Combination League again. This time however the club became founder members of the new Third Division (North). Relative stability followed for the next decade until the club won their first major(ish) honour, the Third Division (North) Championship in 1932, and were promoted to Division Two. As sure as night follows day however, they were relegated back down to the Third Division (North) the very next season.

More yo-yoing between the divisions followed until 1961 when the Imps left the Second Division for the final time to date, but not in the way they would want, heading down to Division Three. A year later and the club found themselves in the Fourth Division following a second successive relegation. They were to stay in the basement for a further 14 years, until the appointment of a certain Graham Taylor to his first managerial role. Taylor and the Imps won the Division Four title in 1975, Taylor then moving on to Watford where he took that club all the way to Division One......... what might have been if he'd stayed at Sincil Bank? Alas, Lincoln went in the opposite direction and were relegated back down to the basement in 1979.

1987 saw the club at it's lowest point since the early years of the century when for a record fourth time they were relegated out of the Football League entirely after finishing bottom of the Fourth Division. In retrospect however their time in the Conference gave the club a new lease of life - playing in front of record crowds and remaining full-time in a league at the time composed entirely of part-time teams, Lincoln bounced back yet again the next season, winning the Conference title and promotion. They've remained in the football league basement since, apart from one season in Division Two after finishing third in 1998. Yep, typically they were relegated immediately.

Yeovil Town finally got to play Lincoln City for the first time across two years, starting with the 2003-04 season. All four games were high scoring lively encounters, with the final day May 2004 match being one to remember, given both sides were going for the play-offs on that day. After a 3-1 victory at Huish Park at the end of November Yeovil travelled to Sincil on the last game of the season. Three teams were scrapping for two play-off places. Lincoln were home and dry providing they didn't lose by five, but Yeovil had to better Northampton's result. After a goalless first period Yeovil took the lead, and when news came through that Mansfield had equalised against Northampton, and the Glovers then hit a second, for sixteen glorious minutes a play-off place was on the cards. However Northampton retook the lead, and as Yeovil threw everything into attack for an impossible three more goals Lincoln fought back and scored in the 82nd and 87th minutes. Still the Glovers would not lie down, and with a minute left on the clock Gavin Williams smacked in a free kick from twenty-five yards. But news of a second Mansfield equaliser never came.

Thankfully a year later, the tables were turned on the final day - Yeovil were the team in command and our 3-0 win at Huish Park saw Efe Sodje score twice and Phil Jevons net to give us the 2004-05 League Two title and promotion. That left Lincoln sweating a bit, but they managed to get themselves into the play-offs on goal difference. Unfortunately for them, they were in the middle of a horrific phase of being consistently a top seven League Two side, but not going up through the play-off system. Between 2002 and 2007 they tried, tried and tried again but bombed out four times in the semi-finals and once in the finals.

Fast forward to the 2010-11 season and Lincoln had other problems to deal with. They finished in 23rd place, and so were relegated out of the Football League for the fifth time in their club's history, and the second time in modern times, and on this occasion there was no easy way back. If anything they looked like they might slide further, finishing in lower mid-table for five seasons in a row, up until the summer of 2016, when Danny Cowley came in as their new manager. Since then it's all been a bit of a whirlwind. With very little prior warning, he gave them promotion back to the Football League in his first season, with them becoming the first non-league side to reach the Quarter-Finals of the FA Cup in over 100 years. The 2017-18 season has continued their rise, with them winning the Football League Trophy at Wembley Stadium - the first time Lincoln had made it there as their 2004-05 League Two play-off final was played at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. They now stand on the edge of securing another League Two play-off slot - can they get there and make it sixth time lucky?

Lincoln's Main Stand as viewed from the away portion of the Co-op Stand
Lincoln's Main Stand as viewed from the away portion of the Co-op Stand
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Lincoln City : We've Met Before
Previous Results for Yeovil Town First Team vs Lincoln City

29/11/2003HomeDIV3W3-14867Miles 54, Stansfield 85, Gosling 90
08/05/2004AwayDIV3W3-28154Stansfield 47, Edwards 71, G Williams 89
27/11/2004AwayCCL2L1-34714Skiverton 81
07/05/2005HomeCCL2W3-08855Sodje 45, 78, Jevons 54
09/12/2017HomeEFL2L0-22472
05/05/2018AwayEFL2D1-110004Green 10


Results Summary For Yeovil Town First Team vs Lincoln City

HomeAwayOverall
WDLFAWDLFAWDLFA
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Lincoln City : Club Statistics

RECENT RESULTS

06/10/2018Crewe AlexandraHomeEFL2W1-08718Pett 58
13/10/2018Port ValeAwayEFL2W6-25137Anderson 3, McCartan 38, Legge 45, Bostwick 48, Wharton 78, Wilson 84
20/10/2018Cambridge UnitedHomeEFL2D1-19108Rhead 6
23/10/2018Carlisle UnitedHomeEFL2D2-29119O'Connor 13, Andrade 44
27/10/2018Colchester UnitedAwayEFL2L0-14962
03/11/2018Forest Green RoversHomeEFL2W2-18542Akinde 8, Gordon 72


FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

CLUB GOALSCORERS
Name LGE FAC FAT LGC CC Total
John Akinde500005
Shay McCartan400004
Thomas Pett200002
Michael Bostwick200002
Harry Anderson200002
Matt Green200002
Lee Frecklington200002
Bruno Andrade200002
Kellan Gordon100001
Harry Toffolo100001
Jamie Grimes100001
Jason Shackell100001
Craig Alcock100001
Scott Wharton100001
James Wilson100001
Matt Rhead100001
Michael O'Connor100001
Own Goals300003

ATTENDANCE STATISTICS

Highest League Attendance: 9322, vs Milton Keynes Dons, 22/09/2018
Lowest League Attendance: 8016, vs Bury, 21/08/2018
Average League Attendance: 8741

CURRENT LEAGUE SEQUENCE STATISTICS

Games Without A Win: 0 Games Without A Home Win: 0
Games Without An Away Win: 1 Games Without Defeat: 1
Games Without A Home Defeat: 5 Games Without An Away Defeat: 0
Games Without A Draw: 2 Games Without A Score Draw: 2
Games Without A No-Score Draw: 17 Games Without Scoring: 0
Games Without Conceding: 0 Home Results Sequence: LWWDDW
Away Results Sequence: WWWLWL Overall Results Sequence: WWDDLW


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Lincoln City : Club Information
Sincil Bank Stadium
Sincil Bank
Lincoln
LN5 8LD
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Telephone Number : 01522 880011
Fax : 01522 880020
Email: info@lincolncityfc.co.uk (Club) or slo@lincolncityfc.co.uk (Supporter Liaison)
Chairman : Bob Dorrian
Press Officer : Terry Hibberd
Fixtures Secretary : Chris Hubbard
Manager : Danny Cowley

Capacity : 10,430
Seated : All-seated
Covered Terrace : n/a

Record Attendance : 23,196 v Derby County, League Cup 4th Round, 15th Nov 1967

Nickname : The Imps
Colours : shirt - red and white stripes; shorts - black; socks - red and white

Ticket Prices :
This 2017-18 match is now ALL TICKET. Tickets will remain on sale until Monday 30th April at 5.00p.m. from the Huish Park Ticket Office. You must purchase a ticket before then as you will not be able to buy on the day of the match. The restriction is due to Sincil Bank expecting a sell-out on the day.

Adults: £18.00; Over-60s and Disabled: £14.00; Students with valid ID and Under-18s: £7.00.

There are also two Family Ticket Offers allowing one Adult and one Under-18 at £22.00, whilst one Senior and one Under-18 will cost £17.00.

For our 2017-18 visit, away fans are housed in the Lincoln Uni Stand. This is a tiny add-on (capacity around 300) to the Lincolnshire Echo Stand in 1994. It's unusual for away fans to be housed here, but this is due to Lincoln expecting the home ends of the ground to sell out on the day. We may also be getting Blocks 1 and 2 in the Bridge McFarland Stand which is adjacent to that corner of the ground. Entry is via Turnstiles 24 and 25, or thereabouts, depending on what your ticket says.

Disabled Info : The wheelchair disabled section is located in the Bridge McFarland Stand at the south end of the stadium with entrance through gate E10.. Ambulant disabled people/other disabilities catered for on request. Disabled supporters on Higher rate of DLA or enhanced rate of PIP can admit an assistant free of charge. You are advised to book your parking space/ticket beforehand, phoning 01522 880011 at least 2 days in advance of the game. If you need further information, call their Ticket Office on the above number or email info@lincolncityfc.co.uk.

The entrance to Lincoln's ground as viewed from the back of the main stand
The entrance to Lincoln's ground as viewed from the back of the main stand
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Lincoln City : Directions To The Ground
Lincoln's Co-op Community Stand
Lincoln's Co-op Community Stand
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General


By Road

From the South
Take the A1 or A46 for the City Centre then along the High Street before taking a right into Scorer Street followed by another right into Cross Street looking for the signs to the ground.

From the East
Take the A46 or the A158 into the City Centre following the signs for Newark(A46) along the High Street then turn left into Scorer Street followed by another left into Cross Street looking for the signs to the ground.

From the North & West
Take the A15 or A57 into the City Centre following the signs for Newark(A46) along the High Street then turn left into Scorer Street followed by another left into Cross Street looking for the signs to the ground.

Parking
As with most town-centre grounds parking is problematic. You might get some side street parking if you're early but you need to be really early or know what you're doing. Most likely you'll need a public car park. Options are as follows:

Melville Street (LN5 7FD) : Capacity 1,001 spaces, 39 disabled and also motorcycle spaces. Height restriction is 1.9 metres. Charges for up to 3 hours is £4.50. Up to 4 hours is £6.00. All day is £8.00. It's a 20 minute walk to the stadium.

Tentecroft Street (LN5 7DB) : Capacity 311 spaces, 6 disabled and 4 motorcycle spaces. Charges for up to 3 hours is £4.50. Up to 4 hours is £6.00. All day is £8.00. It's a 15 minute walk to the stadium.

Broadgate (LN2 5AP) : Capacity 430 spaces, 6 disabled and also motorcycle places. Height restriction is 1.9 metres. Charges on weekends are £3.30 all day. It's a 25 minute walk to the stadium.

Lincoln South Common (LN5 8EN) : Open at around mid day and costs £3.00. This is the nearest car park, and so becomes the busiest. However, note for our 2017-18 visit, it comes just after a fairground has visited, and apparently it's a bit of a mudbath. It will be open, but if you are wearing your posh shoes, or value the cleanliness of your car, you might want to head elsewhere.

By Rail

All trains for Lincoln stop at the Lincoln Central railway station. Alternatively pedestrians turn left along St.Mary's Street and walk a short distance to a busy crossroads with a church on the left-hand corner. Turn left into the High Street and walk quite a way along the High Street until you reach Scorer Street. Take a right into Scorer Street followed by another right into Cross Street again looking for the signs to the ground.

By Bus

The bus station is around 100 yards from the railway station. Buses 1, 1D, 7, 7A, 13, 14, 24A, 27, 27A, 601 and SB4 all run along the High St to South Park roundabout. Get off at Campions Garage, walk to the roundabout turning left. Next left is Sincil Bank.

Lincoln's Stacey West Stand situated behind one of the goals
Lincoln's Stacey West Stand situated behind one of the goals
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Lincoln City : Web Resources
Web Sites

Lincoln City FC
Lincoln City's main club website, under the Football League's chain of sites. As usual navigation is all over the place, but they seem to have added more content than some clubs have done.


Web Message Boards


E-Mail Mailing Lists and Newsletters



Local Press

Lincolnshire Echo
Online dedicated section via the Lincolnshire Echo, but under the badge of Lincolnshire Live, which has largely tended to dissolve the visible profile of local newspapers into clickbait-heavy article churning. Updated regularly.



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Lincoln City : Food & Drink
Lincoln's South Park Stand
Lincoln's South Park Stand
Photo © 2004 Ciderspace

Club Bar :

Away fans are normally welcome in Travis Perkins Suite (as the Supporters Club is called). Outside is a Fanzone, with a cash bottle bar and various food stalls, which starts trading from around noon. They highlight that Lincolnshire Footlong Sausages are available for £3.00. Both are located at the southern end of the stadium, nearest to the South Common car park.

General Area :

he main area for pubs and eating places is to the north of the stadium, and north of the railway station, in the city centre, with Lincoln Cathedral the most obvious landmark to get you heading in the right general direction. A number are detailed below, but there are many others including representatives of the Walkabout, Slug and Lettuce and Revolution chains for those that like that sort of thing. It is around a mile (give or take) from the city centre to Sincil Bank Stadium.

There is also a line of pubs, and fast food joints, along the High Street (B1262), which runs from the city centre towards, and indeed further on past, the ground; though fewer pubs than when we were last there, with a number having permanently closed. In order, southwards from the River Witham, they are: Treaty of Commerce (Batemans Brewery, closest pub to Railway Station); Ritz (Wetherspoon); Anchor (refurbished 2014 as sports orientated pub); Millers Arms (no Real Ale); Hop and Barley (micropub); Golden Cross (no Real Ale); Shakespeare (no Real Ale); Golden Eagle (Castle Rock Brewery).

We have found no indications any pubs operate a ‘No Away Fans’ policy.

Local Pubs :

BeerHeadZ: (After chastisement from the Capital Glovers for not mentioning the Nottingham branch in that guide, Ciderspace ensures it has the Lincoln one listed). BeerHeadZ, mostly run by beardy hipsters judging from the photos, has been opening a small series of pubs around the Midlands. This is their fourth and most recent, only launched in March 2018. Their aim is to stock more unusual beers, specials and rarities from microbreweries across the UK. Cask, keg, bottles and cans stocked. Cider, wine, coffee and tea also available. Opening is noon – 10.00pm Sunday and Monday, noon – 11.00pm Tuesday to Thursday, noon – midnight Friday and Saturday. 1.4 miles from Sincil Bank Stadium.
BeerHeadZ, BeerHeadZ , Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1QA. Tel: 01522-255430. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Cardinal's Hat: In the heart of the city, it has been a pub since 1521, though the building is even older. Free House, with twelve cask and keg beer lines, three cider lines, and a perry. Opening is noon – 11.00p.m. Sunday to Thursday, noon – 1.00a.m. Friday and Saturday. Posh nosh, specialising in charcuterie and cheeses, served noon – 9.00p.m. Monday to Saturday, noon – 6.00p.m. Sunday. About twenty minutes walk to stadium.
Cardinal's Hat, 268 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 1HW. Tel: 01522-527084. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Golden Eagle: The only pub on this list that lies to the south of Sincil Bank, a five minute walk from the ground. This is a Castle Rock Brewery hostelry, so naturally features a wide range of their beers, with up to nine casks on at a time; also one real cider. There’s a beer garden, and sports are shown in one of the two bars. Food is restricted to bar snacks. Specifies children are welcome. Opening is 11.00a.m. – 11.00p.m. Sunday to Wednesday, 11.00a.m. – midnight Thursday to Saturday.
Golden Eagle, 21, High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 8BD. Tel: 01522 521058. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Hop and Barley: Lincoln's first micropub; and just about the closest pub to Sincil Bank Stadium. As micropubs are known for, well, being micro-, quite how that will work on a matchday with pretty much a sell-out crowd expected as Lincoln look to secure a play-off spot remains to be seen. Run by two guys who also have their own microbrewery, Cathedral Heights, elsewhere in the city, expect plenty of knowledgeability about beer here. An ever changing four cask ales and two cask ciders, from small producers, served on gravity, always on; also a 'craft' keg offering. Micropubs in general have acquired a bit of a reputation for often only vaguely sticking to their declared opening hours, which some feel adds to their charm, and others can find a bit annoying. Listed opening here is 5.00p.m. – 11.00p.m. Monday to Thursday, noon – 11.00p.m. Friday and Saturday, noon – 10.00p.m. Sunday.
Hop and Barley, 417A High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 8HX. Map: Click Here.

Jolly Brewer: Painted a bold (or lurid, depending on your tastes) green, what Yeovil Town supporter could resist? Music specialising Free House on eastern edge of the city's central core, 1.1 miles walk to the football stadium. Does food throughout the daytime, from opening up until 7.00p.m. What food is a bit of a mystery, as while its website features a beer menu there's no equivalent for food – a sense of priorities we heartily applaud. Has large courtyard to rear, with seating and a covered area. Dart board and table football inside to while away the hours. Two regular cask beers by Welbeck Abbey, Henrietta and Portland Black; four changing guests; a real cider. Opening hours are noon – 10.00p.m. Sunday and Monday, noon – 11.00p.m. Tuesday to Thursday, noon – midnight Friday and Saturday.
Jolly Brewer, 27 Broadgate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 5AQ. Tel: 01522-528583. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Morning Star: Most old-fashioned pub in Lincoln, unchanged for decades, situated a few minutes walk from the cathedral. Beers are Bass, Ruddles Best, Abbot, Tetley and Bombardier plus one guest. Food is available at lunchtimes and there's a family area. Pub games include shut-the-box (you ask me!) and table skittles. Believe it or not there's even a pub pianist on a Saturday night. Has its own limited parking. Opening 11-11.
Morning Star, 11 Greetwell Gate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 4AW. Tel: 01522 527079. Map: Click Here.

Nosey Parker: For those looking for a family friendly type pub this Greene King chain outlet a mile west of Sincil Bank may fit the bill. Opening is 11-11, with food served until 10.00 p.m. There's Sky Sports, disabled facilities, a pool table. The pubs in this chain usually carry a couple of mainstream real ales.
Nosey Parker, 1, Crusader Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN6 7AS. Tel: 01522 524401. Fax: 01522 525293. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Peacock Inn: An old coaching inn situated between the cathedral, hospital and prison. The main bar has an open fire, live sports on the TV and darts. There's a beer garden and own car park. Opening is 11.30 a.m. - midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, closing at 10.30p.m. on a Sunday and at 11.30p.m. on other days of the week. Food is available from midday.
Peacock Inn, 23, Wragby Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN2 5SH. Tel: 01522 524703. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Ritz: Wetherspoon, about ten minutes walking from the stadium. On our first away trip to Lincoln we found it one of the poorer Spoons we'd been to. The beer selection was ok, but recorded that we found the staff 'ungracious, surly and incompetent'. So we avoided on Yeovil's next trip to Sincil Bank. However, we also commented 'On the bright side the likely [staff] turn over means they'll not be there if there's a next time', and as the next time is thirteen and a half years later, this is rather probably the case. The pub is in this year's GBG. This generally means either a town has virtually no other pubs selling Real Ale, or it is a well above average Spoons. As Lincoln has plenty of other pubs with Real Ale, one hopes it's the latter reason. The usual 'house' beers of Greene King Abbot, Ruddles Best Bitter and Sharp's Doom Bar, plus seven changing casks often sourced from small local breweries. Weston's Old Rosie is the real cider. Opening is 8.00a.m. – midnight Sunday to Thursday, 8.00a.m. – 1.00a.m. Friday and Saturday, (food served 8.00a.m. – 11.00p.m.). Note: Spoons don't usually start serving alcohol until 10.00a.m.
Ritz, 143-147, High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7PJ. Tel: 01522 512103. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Royal William IV: Only few doors away from The Square Sail mentioned below, and thus similarly just under a mile from the football ground. In the Enterprise Inn chain, so you'll pretty much know what to expect: solid fairly mainstream ales usually sourced from longer established regional brewers (plus the ubiquitous Doom Bar of course); keg from the multi-nationals; and a mid-priced food menu of standard pub fare. This one is no different. Family friendly, with plenty of outside seating. Opening is 11.00a.m. – 11.00p.m. every day. Food served from noon to 9.00p.m. every day.
Royal William IV, 1 Brayford Wharf, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1YX. Tel: 01522-528159. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Square Sail: There was another Wetherspoon, The Forum, in Lincoln, on our last visit, in the city centre. This shut down in 2016. However, Tim's Empire marches on in search of world domination, so in the meantime a Lloyds No.1 Bar (only Wetherspoon seems to know what the difference between a regular Spoons and a No.1 is supposed to be), The Square Sail, had sprung up. This is in the relatively recently developed Brayford Wharf area, one of those glass and tubular steel waterfront constructs so beloved by modern planners and architects. At 0.4 miles further from the ground, may be a little less packed than The Ritz on a matchday for those seeking a Spoons.
Square Sail, 4 Brayford Wharf North, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1YW. Map: Click Here.

Strugglers Inn: Bit further from the ground at a mile and half, this is tucked beneath Lincoln Castle. Owned by Star (Heineken UK), it stocks their standard drink selection; but take no notice of that, as it also has seven changing ales sourced through SIBA (Society of Independent Brewers). Cycled through over 600 different guest ales last year. The local CAMRA’s Pub of the Year in 2017. Pleasant looking beer garden to rear. Food is limited to bar snacks. Opening: Monday noon – 11.00p.m.; Tuesday and Wednesday noon – midnight; Thursday to Saturday noon – 1.00am; Sunday noon – 10.30p.m.
Strugglers Inn, 83 Westgate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3BG. Tel: 01522 535023. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Tap & Spile: Towards the southern edge of the old city centre and a mile from the stadium. A drinkers pub with rotating range of beers. They have started doing food, whilst live music is on during some nights. Open plan but divided into bar and lounge sections.
Tap & Spile, 21, Hungate, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 1ES. Tel: 01522 534015. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

The Victoria: Near the castle, and 1.4 miles from the stadium, serving six real ales – a mixture of Batemans and guests. Real cider and perry stocked. 5% discount on Real Ales and ciders for CAMRA members. Hot and cold meals served lunchtimes from noon to 2.30pm, with sandwiches, rolls and bar snacks available the rest of the day. Outside seated area. Opening is 11.00a.m. - midnight Monday to Thursday, 11.00a.m. – 1.00a.m. Friday and Saturday, noon - midnight on Sunday.
The Victoria, 6 Union Road, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 3BJ. Tel: 01522 536048. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.

Treaty Of Commerce: Owned by Batemans Brewery, and seems to be closest pub to Lincoln Railway Station. 0.7 miles from the stadium. Major renovation in 2017. Stocks three Batemans cask beers, plus two guest ales; and two real ciders, one of which is Thatcher’s Heritage, the other changing. Food restricted to bar snacks. Beer garden to the rear. Opening times are: Sunday to Thursday 11.00a.m. – 9.00p.m., Friday and Saturday 11.00a.m. – 10.00p.m.
Treaty Of Commerce, 173 High Street, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 7AF. Tel: 01522-255458. Website: Click Here. Map: Click Here.


Likelihood the Natives Will Understand You :

They're dangerously close to Boston but don't worry, not so close that they're not part of civilisation anymore. Unlike at York Street they do speak English at Sincil Bank.

Top-Tip :

An occasional chorus of 'We hate Boston and we hate Boston' etc should ensure Lincoln's fans are friends for life.

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Lincoln City : Local Amenities

Looking down Sincil Bank towards the city centre
Looking down Sincil Bank towards the city centre
Photo © 2004 Ciderspace

Local Guesthouses and Hotels

Go to A1 Tourism's Online Guide to find Guest Houses/Hotels in the town and surrounding areas.


Other Points Of Interest

The history of the settlement at Lincoln goes back well over 2,000 years and the place is well worth a visit. The city is dominated by the gothic cathedral, but other points of interest include Roman and Norman remains as well as more modern attractions - click here for more information.

[No responsibilty is taken for any inaccuracies. This page is entirely the product of bias and prejudice.]

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