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Audio Meetings News

CST Special General Meeting Podcast 21/10/17

Full recording of the Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Special General Meeting held in October… The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust held their first SGM of the season in the Atlas Pub recently. The Agenda covered subjects uppermost in Chelsea Supporters minds including the issue of Kick-Off times and their re-scheduling for TV covered by Tim Rolls. In addition […]

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Brompton Cemetery Clean Up

The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust  Clean-Up group are planning another day at Brompton Cemetery on Saturday November 11th for a tidy up of the sites we have worked on previously and to plant some bulbs on or very close to the graves. We recently visited the cemetery for a recce and flowering bulbs have been purchased […]

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Meetings News

Supporters Meet The Premier League

Supporter representatives from every top-flight club met with Premier League executives recently to discuss a range of issues – including TV impact on the fixture schedule. You can read the notes on the meeting here… The meeting was attended by Premier League Chief Executive Richard Scudamore and other league officials. Tim Rolls was the Chelsea […]

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FansBet Sponsorship completes Shrewsbury Town’s Safe Standing Crowdfunding Campaign

In an historic achievement, Shrewsbury Town Football Club are one step closer to being the first club in England & Wales to introduce safe standing at their Montgomery Waters Meadow stadium, following the successful completion of their crowdfunding campaign thanks to a considerable contribution from FansBet. FansBet, whose ambassador is former England goalkeeper Paul Robinson, […]

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Events Meetings News

Special General Meeting 21st October with Special Guest Pat Nevin

The next CST Special General Meeting will be held on Saturday 21st October at 15:30 pm (after the Chelsea v Watford match) at The Atlas Pub (upstairs) 16 Seagrave Road London SW6 1RX  With Special Guest Pat Nevin Uppermost in Chelsea Supporters minds at the moment is the issue of Kick-Off times and their re-scheduling for TV. […]

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News Newsletters

Newsletter Autumn 2017

The Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Autumn Newsletter is now available. It covers the recent Annual General Meeting and election results; the date of the next Special General Meeting;  a report on the latest supporter issues and the unveiling of the Jack Whitley Memorial. You can download the newsletter here: Chelsea Supporters Trust Autumn Newsletter 2017

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Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Annual Survey 2017 Results

The results of the Chelsea Supporters’ Trust Annual Survey are now available and can be downloaded here. We’d like to thank all of you who participated in the survey held in May/June this year. It is arguably one of the most important activities the Trust is involved with on your behalf. It is an important […]

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Supporter groups say NO to Christmas Eve football

Football supporters know all too well the impact that changes to the fixture schedule have. Often plans are rearranged and expense incurred when a match is moved to accommodate cup football or for TV scheduling. We have very little, if any say, despite being the most put upon stakeholders in the game. Representatives from the […]

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JACK WHITLEY MEMORIAL TO BE UNVEILED

On Saturday 30 September a short service will take place to mark the placing of a memorial stone on the grave of Jack Whitley at Brompton Cemetery. The grave for Whitley, who died in 1955, was previously unmarked and funding for the stone was raised by a crowdfunding campaign organised by the Chelsea Supporters Trust. […]

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Elections News

CST Board Election and Motions Results 2017

The results of the recent Chelsea Supporters Trust Board election and the voting on each CST Motion, as proposed in the AGM of 13th August have now been released. The vote for the new Board was an ‘affirmative vote’ with 9 members standing for election or re-election. Each member required 50% of the vote to […]