The Chelsea Supporters Trust Board 2019-20

As a result of elections among the voting membership during August 2019, the following candidates have been elected to the Board for 2019-20 with roles and responsibilities listed. To contact a member of the board, please email us, use our contact form or use individual board members email addresses below.

David Chidgey
David Chidgey

David Chidgey
Media & Communications

David Chidgey has been a season ticket holder in Gate 17 Matthew Harding Upper since 2002 and a supporter for over 40 years. Since 2008 he has produced and presented the popular and award winning Chelsea Fancast podcast as well as being a regular writer for the cfcuk Fanzine and contributor to other print, television and radio media. He was the first Chelsea FanCast representative on the Chelsea FC Official Fans Forum and helped to set up the Chelsea Supporters Trust in 2013, serving as an elected board member from its inception. David has previously been responsible for the Trust’s media relations and communications and served as the Chairman of the Trust for three years from 2016-2019. David can be found on Twitter as @StamfordChidge or contacted at davidchidgey@chelseasupporterstrust.com

 

 

Paul Jeffrey
Secretary (co-opted)
Contact:
secretary@chelseasupporterstrust.com

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Charles Jackson
Supporter Issues
Contact:
charlesjackson@chelseasupporterstrust.com

 

Cliff Auger
Supporter Issues, CST Affiliations and Community Engagement
First attended CFC in the late 60’s but regularly since early 70’s. Two sons have been going with me since mid to late 90’s. Season Ticket holder in Shed Upper. Away season ticket since they began! Helped to set up the CST and firmly believe it is the way forward. Still drinking in the spit and sawdust pubs in the rough end of the North End Road! No to gentrification!
Contact:
cliffauger@chelseasupporterstrust.com

Paul Hay
Paul Hay

Paul Hay
Membership Secretary

Season ticket holder in the Matthew Harding Upper. First game was 1973 v Sheffield United (lost 2-1). Proud to be able to help promote supporters needs because without our fans, the club will be nothing.

Contact:
paulhay@chelseasupporterstrust.com

Nick Stroudley
Nick Stroudley
Nick Stroudley

Nick has been a fan of Chelsea for over 30 years, attending matches at home and away. His first game was a 1-1 thriller against Oldham in 1992, and he’s been hooked ever since…
He’s been working in the sports industry since 2006 and is currently Head of Digital at Lord’s Cricket Ground, responsible for all of their websites and social media output, Nick also regularly writes for the Chelsea FanCast website.
Nick can be found on twitter @NickStroudley 

  David Johnstone
Stamford Bridge Redevelopment, Atmosphere and Supporter Issues
David is a Chelsea Supporter!
Contact:
davidjohnstone@chelseasupporterstrust.com

Dan Silver
Dan Silver
 Dan Silver
Overseas Membership Development
Third generation Chelsea fan. My Grandpa first went in 1922.. My Dad in the early 50’s, I was still in a buggy for my first game & started going  regularly in 1983.
The FA Cup in 97, our first premiership  title & the champions league win are my all-time favorite moments, before that it was the full members cup win, my visit to Wembley!
Kerry Dixon was first Chelsea hero & I am a regular guest on the Chelsea fancast.
Contact:
dansilver@chelseasupporterstrust.com
 
Dominic Rosso

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Chris Rayburn
 Chris Rayburn
Supporter Issues and Community Engagement
Chris attended his first game in 1970 and started coming regularly from the mid 1970’s onwards.  The period from 1983-88 was a special time where he only missed a couple of games. This was followed by a period between 1988 and 2000 when he worked in Africa and the Middle East where he was only able to make a handful of games each season. Since his return he has held both home and away season tickets and currently sits in the Shed Upper.
Contact:
chrisrayburn@chelseasupporterstrust.com
 Co-opted: Stuart Kinner, Tim Rolls

You can contact any of our board members by using our main email address
or via our contact form
or via board members individual email addresses above.

The aim of the Chelsea Supporters Trust is to bring the voice of Chelsea supporters, in the UK and overseas, to the attention of Chelsea Football Club.

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