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.
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
Last Thursday was good news day on the Birmingham City website. There was an excellent interview with Kristjaan Speakman, Blues Academy Manager, on what the club is doing to develop young talent. That was followed by Gary Rowett saying he had “heard enough to suggest that ‘steady progression’ is happening regarding the Club’s ownership situation.”read more
Phoenix Hall, in Bordesley Village, was the venue for the first meetings about Blues Trust. On August 13, 2011, a group of twelve people met there to discuss setting up a Birmingham City supporters trust and on October 29th, a public meeting in the same location backed the idea.read more
We recently sent a letter to our members asking for their views on giving an award to a player this season. Most of those who responded wanted Blues Trust to present an award. Opinions were divided on whether the award should be for player of the season or another category such as unsung hero or a player that best represents the values of the club.read more
Birmingham City’s game at QPR was in the news for the wrong reasons, with reports of Blues fans causing trouble. It’s important that all sides of the story are told so, if you were at the game and have anything to report, please report it to the club and to the Football Supporters Federation (FSF).read more
When things are going well on the pitch, it is easy to ignore Birmingham City’s ownership situation. In June 2011, when Carson Yeung was charged with money laundering, fans wanted to know what was going on in Hong Kong. But the legal processes have taken so long and the situation is complex so the interest has waned.read more