Two weeks ago, we wrote to our voting members to consult with them on a proposal that Supporters Direct (SD) form a new football supporters’ organisation with the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).
Supporters Direct will be holding a Members’ Day on Sunday May 20, in Birmingham.
Save the date if you are interested in standing for election to the Blues Trust Board or just want to find out more about the organisation.
Over thirty different supporters’ groups are listed on BCFC.com. Why so many and what are they all for?
Most groups are based on location and it’s easy to understand the reason for these. The nearby groups can come to games together; those in far off countries can get together to talk about their club. But what’s the point of Blues Trust?
Blues Trust is an organisation for all fans who want to strengthen the influence of supporters in the running of the club.
One of the key areas of discussion at the recent Supporters Summit was communication between club and supporters. EFL Rule 111 requires twice-yearly meetings with supporters
On Thursday, February 9, the House of Commons will debate:
“That this House has no confidence in the ability of the Football Association (FA) to comply fully with its duties as a governing body, as the current governance structures of the FA make it impossible for the organisation to reform itself; and calls on the Government to bring forward legislative proposals to reform the governance of the FA.”
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.