Cheltenham offer Marlon Pack, Kaid Mohamed, Russ Penn and Conor Roberts new deals, while Darren Carter is released.
Veteran central defender Steve Elliott commits to a new one-year contract at League Two side Cheltenham Town.
Cheltenham's Marlon Pack is left "distraught" after his penalty was saved in the play-off semi-final defeat by Northampton.
Luke Guttridge's volley defeats Cheltenham to book Northampton a spot in the League Two play-off final.
Roy O'Donovan's volley gives Northampton a 1-0 lead over Cheltenham after the first leg of their play-off semi-final.
Mark Yates says Cheltenham's previous play-off ventures will give them valuable experience for this season's campaign.
Cheltenham and Bradford play out a goalless draw at Whaddon Road as both teams prepare for the League Two play-offs.
Cheltenham defender Steve Elliott is praised for his "colossal" achievement of playing every league game this season.
Cheltenham keep their hopes of automatic promotion alive with victory at Exeter after Russell Penn's goal.
Cheltenham Town boss Mark Yates says the attitude of his players will determine whether they are automatically promoted.
Michael Hector's header sees Cheltenham move up to fourth with a hard-earned victory over already promoted Gillingham.
Martin Allen takes Gillingham to Whaddon Road after supporting Cheltenham as a boy and previously managing the Robins.
On-loan Cheltenham striker Paul Benson has an "outside chance" of returning from injury before the end of the season.
Cheltenham manager Mark Yates apologises for swearing at a disgruntled fan after his side's 2-0 defeat by Plymouth.
Plymouth Argyle claim their fourth win in five League Two matches, beating promotion-chasing Cheltenham at Home Park.
Steve Elliott's first-half goal is enough to give Cheltenham victory over League Two promotion rivals Northampton.
Tom Pope hits a hat-trick to take his tally for the season to 30 as Port Vale edge past promotion rivals Cheltenham.
Cheltenham extend the loan of Reading's Michael Hector while Birmingham's Jack Deaman joins until the end of the season.
Non-league Gloucester City will continue to play their home matches at Cheltenham's Whaddon Road ground next season.
Barnet extend their unbeaten home run to seven games after gaining a point against promotion chasing Cheltenham.