Blues TrustWelcome from Birmingham City Supporter's Trust
Blues Trust was formed on 21 February 2012 and is an organisation for fans of Birmingham City Football Club, run by fans of BCFC. Our mission is to ensure fans have a true voice in the things that affect our club and how it is run.
If you really care about BCFC and want to affect positive change then we want you on board.
Since it was formed, the Trust has secured the long term future of our stadium as an asset of community value, as well as establishing itself as a credible and respected supporter group.
- We are a shareholder in Birmingham City Plc
Blues Trust is proud to be affiliated to the Football Supporters’ Association which arose from the merger of Supporters Direct and the Football Supporters Federation.
The FSA is the national, democratic, representative body for football supporters in England and Wales.
It is the leading advocate for supporter ownership, better fan engagement, cheaper ticket prices, the choice to stand at the match, protecting fan rights, good governance, diversity, and all types of supporter empowerment.
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The football industry generates billions of pounds in revenue every year, but this revenue has become more and more concentrated in the hands of the biggest leagues and the biggest clubs
Club identity is one of the topics to be discussed in the fan-led review….If you consider some of the changes that owners have been allowed to make, it is clear that club identity needs protection.
Do you think that the Football Authorities (FA, EPL, EFL) will be able to balance the conflicting interests of all those in football to achieve necessary reforms to protect the interests of supporters or do you believe the time has come to create an independent regulator for football?
Nothing compares to the start of a new football season, with supporters eagerly awaiting the release of the all-important fixtures. With St. Andrews hopefully being open for business again, then the extra incentive to attend the games is most definitely there.
Does the FA, the Premier League and the EFL have the propensity to regulate the finances of our football clubs? Indeed, is there also a conflict of interest in them trying to do so in a free, self-regulating fashion?
An important consideration for the review is the question of Owners and Directors’ Tests …..