Welcome to Mariners Trust

The Mariners Trust is a collective of Grimsby Town supporters who have a direct say in the running of the football club. The Mariners Trust would not exist without your support.  Please join us!  Help make a difference to your football club.

We offer Annual Membership, at differing rates according to age, or Lifetime Membership.  ( We are also seeking corporate members, preferably local businesses supporting their local team.)

We would like to thank photographer, Lee Blease for the continued usage of his photos in several of our adverts, our Operation Promoted DVD cover, and in this website header. To see more of his work, please follow this link.

Mariners Trust Board Statement
In relation to the statement by Grimsby Town regarding the potential new ownership of the club we would like to
Read more.
Mariners Trust Newsletter 16th June 2019
Welcome to our latest newsletter, although it is close season there is still lots going on as we start to
Read more.
Common Ground Project
(2) Mariners Trust – Posts The club are about to kick start a new Common Ground project aimed at ensuring
Read more.
Real Ale and Cider Festival – June 1st 2019
Date for your diary, first ever and hopefully annual Real Ale and Cider festival at Blundell Park. Mariners Trust in
Read more.
Crowdfunder for disabled facility improvements
  We are excited that at long last we may well have a new community stadium project that might actually
Read more.
We are holding another of our popular Football Quiz Nights on Friday 5th April 2019 starting at 7.30pm in the
Read more.
Newsletter 23rd January 2019
Welcome to our first newsletter of 2019. It has certainly been a hectic start to the new year both on
Read more.
Newsletter 12th December 2018
Hello and welcome to our latest newsletter. We have been very busy in last few weeks as you will see
Read more.
Newsletter 9th November 2018
Memberships – As previously mentioned we now have some additional volunteer resource to handle membership administration. We are keen to
Read more.
Newsletter 30/10/2018
You may have noticed that we have recently been quite active on Twitter with a couple of polls to gauge
Read more.