Frequently Asked Questions
Blues Trust is an organisation for the fans of Birmingham City Football Club, run by the fans of BCFC. It works to ensure fans have a true voice in the things that affect our club and how it is run.
Blues Trust was registered with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) on 21st February 2012 and is by law required to produce annual, independently examined accounts.
At the moment, the Blues Trust Board is made up of five elected Board members some of whom were appointed at the Trust’s last Annual General Meeting (AGM). There is one additional co-opted Board members at present. We are always looking for help with research and development. Elected Board members are to serve for a minimum period of two years.
Please visit the Members Information page in the Members section here.
There is also a page of Membership FAQ’s here.
Whilst we believe that the Birmingham City Board, Chairmen and employees should be allowed to run the club without interference, we also believe that as temporary custodians of the club they have a responsibility to engage with Birmingham City supporters in an equal, mutually beneficial partnership.
Given the uncertainties over Birmingham City’s finances and ownership, we would like to ensure that supporters have a structure through which they can work with the club both now and in the future. We believe that, whilst the club’s Board have a duty of care to run the club in the interests of the supporters, we as fans have a duty to make sure there is an open and transparent mechanism in which problems can be addressed and issues dealt with. The Supporters’ Trust model is a successful way that allows supporters and football clubs to work together.
All Trust Board members are volunteers and do not receive any remuneration for the work they undertake on behalf of Trust members.
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