Blog News

Return to Brompton Cemetery – 6 August 2016

On a blisteringly hot and sunny Saturday in August, we returned for our third visit to Brompton Cemetery to continue the great clear up work from previous visits. Unfortunately, weeds and bramble have a nasty habit of growing back, so our first job was to remove the regrowth from the grave of Alfred Frederick Janes, […]

Meetings News Statements

Annual General Meeting 2016

Notice is hereby given that the Annual General Meeting of the Chelsea Supporters Trust will be held at 14:00 on Saturday 13 August 2016 in the Attenborough Suite, Copthorne Hotel, Stamford Bridge, Fulham Road, London, SW6 1HS. Light refreshments will be provided. The agenda is reproduced below and can also be downloaded here. The standing […]

Elections News Statements

Trust Board Elections 2016-17 – Update

The closing date for the call for nominations to the CST board passed at 23:00 on 29th July 2016 and the formal process of election will shortly begin. Details of that process can be found here. Nine board positions are available and nine nominations were received so the formal membership election process will take the […]

Meetings News

Special General Meeting – 2 May 2016

The Chelsea Supporters Trust  Special General Meeting was held on Monday May 2nd 2016, 14.15 at the Chelsea Pensioner (Cellar Bar), 358 Fulham Road, London SW10 9UU. Agenda Introductions Updates on progress and actions regarding motions passed at 2015 AGM, including:-  Stamford Bridge Redevelopment  Future of Chelsea Pitch Owners  Atmosphere and Safe […]

Fans Forum News

Fans Forum – 20 April 2016

The third Chelsea Fans’ Forum of the 2015-16 season took place at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday 20th April 2016, to which the CST sent a representative. The main items discussed at this meeting were the annual Chelsea FC survey, touting, stadium redevelopment, away ST views, away match pricing, and the SLO role. The minutes of […]


Brompton Cemetery Clear Up Project – 26 March 2016

A neighbour of Stamford Bridge, Brompton Cemetery is the final resting place of many significant people who have a lasting connection with Chelsea Football Club, most notably the Mears family, Henry Augustus (Gus) Mears having founded our club on 10 March 1905. The meeting where the decision to set up the club was made took […]