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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 AGM Information

    Trust AGM Information

    Trust AGM – Thursday 27th March 2014 The Swindon Town Supporters’ Trust will be holding it’s annual AGM on Thursday 27th March 2014. It will be held in a dedicated room at the GW Pub, opposite the Train Station. Start time will be 7pm, and the meeting is expected to last approximately 90 minutes. All Swindon Town fans are welcome. […]

     
     
  • Trust AGM – Thursday 27th March 2014

    Trust AGM – Thursday 27th March 2014

    The Swindon Town Supporters’ Trust will be holding it’s annual AGM on Thursday 27th March 2014. It will be held in a dedicated room at the GW Pub, opposite the Train Station. Start time will be 7pm, expected to last approximately 90 minutes. Agenda and further info to follow.

     
     
  • Alan’s Ramble – Crying Foul

    Alan’s Ramble – Crying Foul

    From the desk of Trust Board Member Alan Jones What has happened since my last ramble…. we got knocked out of the FA Cup for the 2nd season in a row by Macclesfield (the less said about that, the better!!), and lost on penalties in the Area Final in the JPT (the less said about the officiating, the better!!). In the […]

     
     
  • Meet the Game Changers in Manchester

    Meet the Game Changers in Manchester

    Throughout the 2013/14 season, the National Football Museum in Manchester is home to: Game Changers: 125 Years of The Football League. Celebrating the anniversary of the world’s oldest football league, this new exhibition explores the major personalities and events that have defined the game as we know it. From William McGregor’s Victorian vision, to the great moderniser Herbert Chapman, through […]

     
     
  • County Ground ACV Application Approved

    County Ground ACV Application Approved

    Swindon Borough Council has approved the listing of the County Ground, home of Swindon Town Football Club, as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) under the Localism Act (2011). Their decision on Tuesday 7th January 2014 follows the nomination made by Trust STFC – the Swindon Town Supporters Trust – on 3rd November 2013. The listing of the County Ground […]

     
     
  • The ACV Application – Updated FAQs

    The ACV Application – Updated FAQs

    If you’re sat there wondering what on earth the listing of the County Ground as an ‘Asset of Community Value’ (ACV) really means for Swindon Town Football Club, here is a brief ‘plain English’ summary: What does the ACV status actually mean? It will mean that if Swindon Borough Council, the owners of the County Ground, ever decide to sell […]

     
     
  • Feedback from Sky Blue Trust

    Feedback from Sky Blue Trust

    We spoke with CJ from the Sky Blue Trust yesterday, and he passed on some really positive feedback regarding our club. As was covered previously on our site, Coventry City fans are going through some tough times right now, as their team play at the Sixfields stadium in Northampton. Here’s their press release regarding tomorrow’s game: On Saturday two Coventry […]

     
     
  • Lee Power Q&A with BBC Wiltshire

    Lee Power Q&A with BBC Wiltshire

    For those of you that missed it, here is the link to the Lee Power Q&A that was held on BBC Wilshire on Monday 9th December. For those of you that don’t have time to listen to the link, here are the key points (taken from the live @TrustSTFC twitter feed) Lee confirms he’d spoken to Spurs and agreed the 3 […]

     
     
  • Welcome…. Lee Power

    Welcome…. Lee Power

    The board of Swindon Town Supporters’ Trust (TrustSTFC) would like to take this opportunity to welcome Lee Power to his new position as majority owner and chairman of Swindon Town Football Club. The Trust are very grateful for his patience in supporting the club, both financially and running the football operations, in the period leading up to exercising his option […]

     
     
  • Trust Comment on Ownership

    Trust Comment on Ownership

    Like all fans, we are following developments with interest and it appears we will have to wait for the outcome of the board meeting tomorrow. It is important that this is resolved quickly and transparently. Uncertainty over ownership is always concerning, which is why our long term objective is for proper fan representation in the running of the club we […]