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Special General Meeting – Q&A with Metropolitan Police

The Chelsea Supporters Trust are pleased to announce our next Special General Meeting will be held on Saturday November 9th at 3pm after the Crystal Palace game at the Atlas pub.

After our normal business we are pleased to say that we will have a question and answer session with officers from the Metropolitan Police who deal with football matches at Stamford Bridge and across London.

To enable our guests to be able to give detailed answers, if you have a question, we ask that you send your question in advance. Send your question to the email address  membership@chelseasupporterstrust.com by Tuesday November 5th, so that we can forward them on.

Date and Time
Saturday 9th November 2019
Start Time – 3pm 
 End Time  -5pm

 Venue

The meeting will be held in the upstairs room at The Atlas, 16 Seagrave Road, London, SW6 1RX.   It is  a 15-20 minute walk from Stamford Bridge
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Attendance

Attendance at our meetings are open to paid up, voting members of the Trust only.

We hope as many of you as possible will attend in person but as there is limited space available, to avoid disappointment, please confirm that you will be attending by emailing membership@chelseasupporterstrust.com

Membership to the CST costs £5 per year and includes a free pin badge. You can sign up easily from our website https://chelseasupporterstrust.com/cst-membership/registration/

We appreciate that not everybody can attend, we are hoping to be able to record the meeting and post it online.

 

Playfair Qatar Weekend of Action 15 October 2016

Over the weekend of October 15th, Playfair Qatar be holding  actions up and down the country to give fans a chance to show that they want FIFA to make Qatar play by the rules. From top flight league games to kickabouts in the park, fans will be making their voice heard about what’s being done in the name of football.

The Chelsea Supporters Trust has added its name to the Weekend of Action by organising a photo opportunity for fans attending the Chelsea v Leicester game on Saturday 15 October.

Join us adjacent to the cfcuk stall, opposite Fulham Broadway station, at 11.45am (remembering that the game is a 12.30 kick off!).

Stephen Russell, campaigns organiser at Playfair Qatar told us:

“Since our action outside Fulham Broadway Station [in April 2015], Qatar has been dragging its feet over reforms. A promise to abolish the kafala system that keeps workers trapped ended up being practically worthless, while a new law to guarantee payment of wages has already been shown to be failing. Qatar, and FIFA, need to be made aware that opposition to their current human rights policies is not going to go away, and fans – particularly through groups like Chelsea Supporters Trust – can have a big part to play in making that clear. “

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