Blues Trust is an organisation for the fans of Birmingham City Football Club, run by the 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.
- In its short existence the trust has already secured the long term future of our stadium as well as establishing itself as a credible and respected supporter group.
- If you really care about BCFC and want to affect positive change then we want you on board.
- 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.
The Hillsborough inquests jury has delivered its verdict and said that the fans were not to blame for the disaster. Stadium design, poor planning and errors by the police and ambulance service all contributed to the dangerous situation in the Leppings Lane end but the behaviour of the Liverpool fans did not.read more
The Cardiff City Supporter Liaison Officer, Adam Gilliatt, has sent information for supporters travelling to our last game of the season.read more
The banter between Birmingham City fans and our rivals in Aston is not surprising. They are not only going to be relegated but also face a very uncertain future. They know which league they will be playing in but don’t know if the club will be sold and if next season is going to be better or worse than this one.read more
On Saturday 16th April, immediately before the home match with Burnley, Blues Trust members met up with Daniel Ivery of Often Partisan, to hold an interesting Q&A session about what has happened and what is likely to happen on the takeover of Blues parent company Birmingham International Holdings Ltd by Trillion Trophy Asia Ltd.read more
Birmingham City’s loss to Brighton was disappointing and left a lot of people trying to explain it or apportion blame. Gary Rowett struggled to explain why his team had conceded goals at two set pieces and said they seemed to have run out of steam at the wrong time. Supporters argued online about who was to blameread more
At the beginning of March, David Boston, the Supporter Liaison Officer for Birmingham City Football Club, advised various Supporter Groups that if they wished to do so, they could attend St. Andrew’s on 6th April to present end-of-season awards to players.read more