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 190 clubs and it helped us register our Rules on 21 February 2012.
- Blues Trust is affiliated to The Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF), the democratic organisation representing the rights of fans and arguing the views of football supporters in England and Wales.
We hope you enjoy exploring our website.
The English Football League (EFL) has issued a statement saying that the 72 clubs it represents have collectively ruled out including Premier League B teams in future plans to reform the structure of English football.read more
The 2016 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Blues Supporters Society Limited (known as Blues Trust) and election of Board members will take place at 7 pm on Thursday, November 10th, 2016.read more
Last season, large contingents of Birmingham City fans attended the away games at Fulham and QPR, which are our two Saturday away games this month. The game at Craven Cottage was a great away day. The QPR game was a good one to miss and a reminder that football fans can get caught up in trouble when they themselves have done nothing wrong.read more
October 17 has been announced as the date on which the takeover of Birmingham Cty FC will be completed by Chinese owners Trillion Trophy Asiaread more
The price of a football player does not always correspond to his value to a team; Colin Doyle will be worth more than £1 to Bradford. However, the clubs that pay the most for players are more likely to be near the top of the table than clubs that can’t afford large transfer fees.read more
Villa away January 2004 — Hitzlesperger scored a cracking (correction: half-decent) goal for Villa. I was sitting down, sulking and my dad said: “stand up – it’s part of your education!”read more