The fantastic 2014/15 season came to a dramatic end with that dramatic 8-2 (yes, “eight”) walloping of Walsall. Before kick off, all of the end-of-season awards voted for by us fans were presented on the pitch.
Let’s show this squad our appreciation in style!
With the votes for the end of seasons awards now in and counted, we at the Supporters Club & Trust are about to go out and buy the trophies for our award winners. Read More
End of season awards
As the season begins to draw to a close, it’s time to cast your vote for our annual end of seasons awards.
Proposals presented to Bristol Sport
Following the recent survey into various aspects of stadium atmosphere, which drew an unprecedented level of response from over 3,000 fans, the Supporters Club & Trust has analysed the results, held its own meeting to discuss the findings, presented
FAN passes Club & Trust proposal
Members of the Supporters Club & Trust presented the findings of the recent survey into match atmosphere at tonight’s meeting of the Fans Advisory Network (FAN) at Ashton Gate.
Them and us – Any big difference?
In the second of our articles drilling deeper into the results of our recent big survey on stadium atmosphere, unreserved seating and the like, what we examine this time is:
A matter of age
Now that the dust has settled after the initial release of the findings from our big survey on atmosphere, singing sections and the like, we thought it would be interesting to drill deeper into the data.
Survey results are in!
Largest ever survey of City fans shows huge demand for unregimented matchday experience
Atmosphere at Bristol City
What a baffling decision Bristol City made at the West Ham match this Sunday. A flag which has graced Ashton Gate for the past eight years was removed from view of the Match of the Day cameras. The reason? It included the word “ultras” which has suddenly become unacceptable at Ashton Gate due to its supposedly negative connotation.
Latest Stadium Survey – Singing & Standing
Here is the text of a survey on singing and standing that has been sent out to everyone on our mailing list (some 6,600 fans). Click here to complete this important fans’ survey or read on the full e-mail message: