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More pre-season action
City open against Corby
Fixtures released Thursday
City defeated at Newmarket
CCFC Trust
CCST Launch 100 Club
Quiz Night 29th June
Easter Draw Winners
Easter Draw to take place Tomorrow vs Hartley Witney
Trust provide vital support
Dev. Team
Linton Granta 5 City Development 0
City Development 0 Hemingford 1
Gamlingay 2 City Development Team 1
Chatteris Town 2 City Development 1
Chatteris Town v City Development
Youth Teams
Opening EJA League Weekend
FA Youth Cup Preliminary round
Vacancy: Honorary Treasurer (Cambridge City Youth)
County U16 Cup
County U16's Cup Final Friday 28th April Soham Town Rangers FC Kick 7-30PM
Ladies & Girls
Ladies and Girls weekly round up
Ladies and Girls weekly round up
City Girls are ACE - Fact!
Ladies and Girls weekly round up
City Girls to host Arsenal Soccer School
Disability Teams
May 2018 Final ParAbility Tournament
Final ParAbility Tournament
ParAbility Spring Update
May 2017 Final ParAbility Tournament
February 2017 ParAbility Tournament

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Cambridge City Supporters Trust have played a central role in the life of Cambridge City FC in the years since 2006. Formed out of a supporters action group angered at the proposed termination of City as an independent entity, the Trust became the vehicle by which new supporter-directors took over the running of the club in conjunction with our club Chairman.

As the ship was steadied, and life at Milton Road returned to something like normal, the Trust has continued to be an important institution by investing money raised from supporters into the club in exchange for shares. The money invested has been used for a variety of purposes, including preparation for a ground share. The shares in the club are held by the Trust on behalf of its members and, by extension, all Cambridge City supporters.

We believe that a large, sustainable shareholding by the Trust helps ensure a stable and well-run football club.

The Supporters Trust continue to support the football club regularly throughout the year with a donation to buy shares. The Trust has a 19.7% shareholding in the football club, making them the second highest shareholder.

Giving the fans' a voice

The Trust now has a single representative on the club board. Elected by the Trust membership every three years, this post helps aid communication between the club and the Trust.

Trust Board Members:

Chairman: Ken Anderson
Secretary: Alice Dewey
Membership Secretary: Phil Hunt
Steve Warne
Neil Harvey
Chris Cox
Kate Perring
Derek Bailham.

The Trust is the voice of the ordinary fan and a champion for the local community. We are only as strong as our membership and our volunteer base – and we are keen to expand both!

Yearly Membership is
£10 for adults
£5 for U16s, students and senior citizens

You could alternatively become a Gold member (minimum of £10 a month) or a Silver member (minimum of £5 a month)

If you'd like to join the Trust, please email ccstmemberships@yahoo.co.uk or click here to download the membership form. .

Please let us know at info@cambridgecitytrust.org.uk if you feel able to offer time as a volunteer as well. We are particularly looking for people with the ideas time and energy to be effective fundraisers, administrators or trust directors. Elections for Trust Directors take place each year, with the successful candidates serving for a two-year term.

By mobilising the supporters of Cambridge City FC we hope to be a force for a stronger, sustainable club as well as a focus for social and community activities.

'Thank you from everyone on the Supporters Trust board.