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Introducing the SAFE aims of Trust STFC...

 
Strengthen bonds

Strengthen bonds

Strengthen the bonds between the club and community through regular, open and honest Q&A sessions between the board, Trust STFC and Swindon Town Supporters’ Club.                                                                       […]

 
Accountability

Accountability

Encourage the football club to be fully Accountable to the fans and to take proper note of the interests of Swindon Town supporters and the community when making key decisions.                                                             […]

 
Fan representation

Fan representation

Promote the principle of Fan representation on the SwindonTown board of Directors, enabling supporters to have a real say in key decisions within the club.                                                                       […]

 
Emergency planning

Emergency planning

Establish Emergency plans to address any future ownership crises that may ensue, and continue to work towards the possibility of future fan ownership of the football club.                                                                   […]

 
 
 

Recent Articles

 
  • TRUST MATTERS: January 14

    TRUST MATTERS: January 14

    A BELATED Happy New Year to all Town Fans! Here at TrustSTFC, we anticipate an exciting year ahead, as much of our time last year was dedicated to becoming more organised: creating our fundraising capability, and establishing a team of people that can really move us forwards in 2016. A few months ago we launched the Red Army Fund which […]

     
     
  • SAM MORSHEAD: Trying to predict the January window

    SAM MORSHEAD: Trying to predict the January window

    SWINDON Town’s recruitment department is working overtime this season and January promises to be no different. There have been more recall notices than a Volkswagen showroom at the County Ground over the past week, with several key players returning to their parent clubs, and deadwood is steadily being cut adrift. But where next for serial wheeler dealer Lee Power? For […]

     
     
  • Trust backs FSF initiative to increase Cup final allocations

    Trust backs FSF initiative to increase Cup final allocations

    FANS of this season’s FA Cup finalists could be set to receive a larger allocation of tickets, following lobbying from supporters groups including Trust STFC. The Trust were one of 90 signatories on a letter sent by the Football Supporters’ Federation to the Football Association on Thursday (January 7), outlining a desire to see fewer seats reserved for members of […]

     
     
  • Premier League Memories…

    Premier League Memories…

    Back in September, we were approached by Colin Williamson, who kindly offered us a complete collection of Swindon Town programmes from their spell in the top flight back in 1993/1994 (plus a few cup programmes). Colin offered them to us in support of the Red Army Fund, as they had belonged to his late brother Les, who sadly passed away […]

     
     
  • Happy 70th Birthday Don Rogers

    Happy 70th Birthday Don Rogers

    A SWINDON Town legend turns 70 this weekend and Trust STFC marked Don Rogers’ big day with a special delivery. Trust chairman Steve Mytton and Robins stalwart Marion Childers – a majorette on the day the Don scored twice at Wembley to help beat Arsenal in the 1969 League Cup final – presented the former wizard winger with a celebratory […]

     
     
  • Introducing…

    Introducing…

    IT seems you can’t get rid of me that easily! While changes in my professional life mean I’ve no longer got the dubious privilege of reporting on Swindon Town, such a simple dislocation appears to be very easy to pop back into place. I’m delighted to have been asked by Steve Mytton, chairman of Trust STFC, to come onboard in […]

     
     
  • Non-League Day at Forest Green Rovers

    Non-League Day at Forest Green Rovers

    Forest Green Rovers will show its support for this year’s Non-League Day when Guiseley visit The New Lawn on Saturday 10 October. As a celebration of all that’s great about the non-league game, the club’s next home match against one of the division’s newly promoted sides will include some fantastic offers to get more people interested in what’s on offer […]

     
     
  • Tifo Kicks Off Season in Style

    Tifo Kicks Off Season in Style

    The Tifo on Saturday was a great way to kick things off, and anyone in the Arkell’s that saw it would have felt a little bit inspired! A huge well done to Jay Collett for putting the hard work in to get things rolling on this, we need to see more! Click the images below for a closer view… A […]

     
     
  • 1879 Retro Trust Top Revealed

    1879 Retro Trust Top Revealed

    Saturday’s opening game against Bradford City saw the launch of the Red Army Fund outside the stadium. Trust Chairman Steve Mytton was also interviewed on BBC Wiltshire, and you can hear the interview by clicking here. The Trust team were handing out flyers and talking to people about the objectives of the fund. The feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with many […]

     
     
  • Thank You

    Thank You

    Saturday’s win over Bradford City was particularly poignant for one member of the crowd, David Jackson. David’s Son Ben, a loyal Swindon Town fan, sadly passed away on 20th July, aged just 32. He had Muscular Dystrophy, and had been seriously ill for some time before he passed away peacefully at home. On Saturday, both sets of supporters wholeheartedly joined […]