Gloucester City have confirmed a list of players that have committed to the club for the forthcoming season.
These players join Sam Avery and Jasbir Singh who have already signed with the club ahead of the 2016/17 campaign.
Club captain midfielder Tom Webb 31, has made over 640 appearances for City and was at the heart and soul of the midfield for most of last season.
Calvin Dinsley, 25, signed for the Tigers from Kidderminster Harriers in November 2015 and quickly impressed fans with his calmness and ability on the ball.
Chris Knowles, 29, is a competitive midfielder who is a threat at set plays. He was signed midway through the 2014/15 campaign.
Spencer Hamilton is a 21-year-old defender who signed for the Tigers in 2014 and impressed in pre-season.
It wasn’t until last season though where he staked a claim for regular first-team football.
Starting the season out at right-back, Hamilton continued to display consistent performances week after week, ending the season having made twenty-six first-team appearances.
Ed Williams, 20, originally signed for the Tigers on loan from Cheltenham Town when he was 18, before signing permanently after spells at Evesham United and Cirencester Town.
Williams has impressed the fans with his flair and quick feet and has been a stand out player last season.
Lewis Hall is a 20-year-old utility player who signed for the Tigers on loan from Bristol City during the 2014/15 campaign and was the joint top goalscorer last season, with a hat-trick against Stalybridge Celtic and a brace against Curzon Ashton contributing to this – within three days of each other.
Joe Parker, now 21, was joint top goalscorer along with Hall in his first full campaign back with the Tigers since his release from Newport County which unfortunately was hampered by injury.
Luke Hopper, 27, signed for the Tigers from Swindon Supermarine in December 2015, where he made an impact as a pacey target man, who showed his lethal combination of strength and quickness.
He was made to wait for his first goals for City, but when they eventually came they were big – a late double bagged City a point away at Gainsborough Trinity.