Bristol City have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust as part of its commitment to keep fans informed and engaged.Read More
Bristol City Men’s season is in full swing but for Bristol City Women, it’s only just beginning.Read More
Before Bristol City’s Championship fixture against Blackpool, a minority in attendance booed the players taking the knee. Below is the Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust’s response:Read More
As you may recall, when City announced the prices for 2018/19 season tickets, all concessionary prices for under 12s and under 19s in certain areas of the ground were removed. Familes and groups of fans faced trying to find seats together elsewhere or staying put and coughing up full adult price for everyone.Read More
The Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust End of Season Award winners have now been announced.
Over 2,800 fans took part in the voting for the end of year awards, some of which have been going for 50 years.Read More
Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust will join Bristol City FC, Bristol City Women, Bristol Sport & its teams, FA, Premier League, EFL, FA Women’s Super League, PFA, LMA, PGMOL, Kick It Out, FSA & other groups in a boycott of social media from 3:00pm on Friday 30th April to 11:59pm on Monday May 3rd, to collectively put pressure onto social media companies to put a stop to the ongoing & sustained discriminatory abuse received online by players & many others connected to our game. We will not be posting any content on these platforms during this time.
The 2021 Annual General Meeting of the Bristol City Supporters Society Limited (trading as the Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust) will take place on 20 May 2021, at 7pm.Read More
Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust are pleased to announce that Shahan Miah and D-M Withers have joined the board to represent the interests of City Women fans.Read More
Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust welcomes the announcement made by the club today on interim season ticket refund arrangements.
“Credit where credit’s due,” said chair Stu Rogers. “This offer covering games played behind closed doors is very fair and easy to understand. Well done BCFC!”Read More