Police across the country have been using draconian powers to threaten and intimidate football fans on their way to watch their favourite teams.
A lot has happened since the Supporters Club formed in 1949, the Supporters Trust was set up in 2005 and the two groups merged in 2012. Many aspects of a City fan’s everyday life today, like the club shop, CATS away coaches and the matchday lottery, were originally begun by the Supporters Club, while the list below shows some of the milestones achieved by the Trust and latterly the Supporters Club & Trust in more recent years.
It is clear from the outpouring of anger and sheer disbelief on social media, in the media, through the FSF, via FAN and directly to us that the decision to force families to relocate their season tickets or face price increases of over 300%, is deeply unpopular. This is the feeling amongst the wider fan base, not just those directly affected.
In December 2014, Ashton Gate Stadium was successfully registered by the Supporters Club & Trust as an asset of community value under the Localism Act.
Browse a selection of City-related items below and in the categories shown to the right, search for others via the ‘Search’ function or go to the Amazon Homepage via ‘Amazon Home’. Every purchase you make in any of these ways will earn the Supporters Club & Trust a small commission, which we will put towards the running costs of the ‘OTIB’ fans’ forum.
Over the years we have been able to arrange Q&A sessions in pubs before the game at a growing list of away fixtures.
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