We wish to conduct a survey to measure the extent of your appetite for change at Birmingham City and in particular the prospect of community shares. We wish to assess the amount of collective monetary support that could be accumulated, in the form of pledges. Please complete...Read More
Blues Trust is the supporters’ trust for fans of Birmingham City FC. We want Blues fans to have a greater say in the way that BCFC is run.
Blues Trust is a member of Supporters Direct (SD) whose goal is to promote sustainable spectator sports clubs based on supporters involvement and community ownership. SD has helped to establish supporters’ trusts at over 170 clubs and it helped us register our Rules on 21 February 2012.Read More
We don’t have a secretary at present since our last one resigned due to time pressures. So we are looking for someone who has time to do the work. The ideal person would be someone with experience of acting as secretary for some organisation such as a school board of governors. Supporters Direct provides training for supporters’ trust secretaries so experience is not essential but the person appointed must be willing to take responsibility. An efficient secretary makes a huge contribution to the smooth running of the trust but mistakes can have serious consequences. If you know your Birmingham City history, you may remember that it was a mistake made by the club secretary that kept Birmingham City out of the F A Cup in 1920-21; he forgot to send in the application form.Read More
The annual 2014 Supporter’s Summit at Wembley, jointly organised by the Football Supporters Federation and Supporters Direct, was attended over the weekend of 25th and 26th July by several Blues Trust Board Members and also one of its ordinary members.
The weekends events were split up into different workshops and groups, and you can read summaries and reports of the various sessions in the links below.Read More
Greg Dyke has addressed members of the Football Supporters Federation and Supporters Direct via a video message at their annual FA-funded 2014 Supporter’s Summit at Wembley. Blues Trust was represented by several of its Board Members. The Chairman tackled a number of issues raised by the organisations.
Also included was an update on his England Commission, which is continuing to address ways in which the game can improve the prospects for players to realise their full potential, coaching and facilities.