In response to the request from Bristol Sport for input from supporters with ideas for the final look and feel of the redeveloped Ashton Gate, the Supporters’ Club & Trust submitted the document linked to below.
As you will no doubt be aware, then City striker Sam Baldock was the leading goal scorer in League One for the 2013/14 season.
As the Football League does not award a trophy for this achievement, we thought it would be fitting to correct that omission.
One of the main aims of many Supporters Trusts and one that is stated in our manifesto is “To continue to encourage wider supporter involvement in the Club from Boardroom down, including an elected supporter’s representative with voting powers on the Board of Bristol City Football Club”.
In November 2013, the recently-merged Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust issued an official manifesto, entitled ‘One Voice – Your Voice’, outlining the organisations objectives.
The Supporters Club & Trust runs both awards.
At the end of each season supporters are asked to nominate their supporter of the year and the players choose a winner, usually from a short list.
The Football Supporters Federation’s national Safe Standing Campaign aims “to persuade the Government, football authorities and football clubs to accept the case for introducing, on a trial basis, limited sections of standing areas at selected grounds“.
Supporters Club & Trust board member, Jon Darch, has been at the forefront of this national campaign.
On Friday 9 September 2016, a lawyer acting on behalf of Bristol City fans who were wrongly issued a section 35 dispersal notice, started court proceedings against West Midlands Police. Read More
The Supporters Club & Trust will shortly be submitting an application to register Ashton Gate as an asset of community value in order to safeguard the future of Bristol City supporters’ second home.
Over the years we have contributed actively to the growing flag culture amongst City fans