It’s that time of year again! The Trust’s seventh Annual Survey is now open. Thanks to your participation the Trust will continue to operate on a mandate that truly represents our membership’s views about the issues affecting the Club. Once the survey has closed, we will produce our findings and then sit down with the […]
Chelsea Supporters will be looking forward to the FA Cup Final on May 19th; a competition in which we have been very privileged to be at the conclusion of many times over the last 20 years. However, while the team may have fought long and hard to get there, the supporters have had to dip […]
The sixth annual Chelsea Supporters Trust survey is now available online. In order for the Trust to operate on a mandate that is a true representation of Supporters’ views, we need to know how you feel about the core issues affecting the Club. By carrying out this survey every year, the Trust is able to […]
Following the meeting last week between senior FA executives and fan representatives from the teams competing in this season’s FA Cup semi-finals regarding ticket pricing for the semi-finals and final, the FA has confirmed a number of changes to its previous approach. Concessionary tickets will now be charged at £25 off the full adult rate […]
On Monday 9 April, fan representatives from the Clubs competing in the FA Cup semi-finals along with FA Council supporter representative, Katrina Law, met with FA CEO, Martin Glenn and senior FA executives to discuss the increase in pricing for this season’s FA Cup semi-finals and final. Chelsea Supporters’ Trust, Manchester United Supporters’ Trust, Southampton […]
The second Fans’ Forum meeting took place at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday 7 December 2016. The main topics of discussion were ticketing and policing, where members of the Metropolitan Police, local and football unit, were invited to take part. The minutes can be downloaded as a PDF here.
Chelsea Supporters Trust – 9 February 2016 Ticket Pricing – Statement of the Chelsea Supporters Trust The issue of Premier League (PL) ticket pricing has, rightly, hit the headlines in recent days. Television money is not being used to cap or reduce ticket prices, as many supporters hoped, but to further fill the wallets of […]