Category Archive: Football Trust News

Have Your Say- Bring City Home!!

The final plans for the application to build a Community Stadium are with the City Council and are available to view HERE. We think it looks great and will be an asset to the City of Worcester. Highlights from the application show: ·       The application is for a floodlit football stadium with a capacity …

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City Chairman reveals plans to keep the club alive

Great ideas here on community aims and stakeholder involvement. We look forward to this being instigated as soon as possible.

All change on the City Council. What difference does it make?

So. What Difference Does It Make? Apart from being a classic tune by The Smiths it’s also the question on many City fans lips right now about what the recent local election results, and the subsequent shift of power on Worcester City Council, does to the likelihood of us coming home to Perdiswell? And the …

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Did WCFC Influence Council Shake-Up?

Across the entire country, only one local authority switched away from Tory, and that was in the City of Worcester. So was this shift in power purely down to a dissatisfaction in local Tory policy? Or did the activities of supporters of Worcester City FC, together with the Supporters Trust have some influence? After the …

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WCFC Board Statement – Future Club Structure

Worcester City Football Club have released the following statement regarding proposals for the future structure of the football club   “Worcester City Football Club Board of Directors has agreed that once it’s joint planning application for a Community Stadium at Perdiswell has been determined by Worcester City Council it proposes to put before shareholders for …

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Community Ownership- the only way forward

With the ongoing planning application hopefully drawing to a successful outcome we need to proceed with the changes required to enable any development at Perdsiwell to happen- becoming a fan owned club. This is a necessity if we are to get funding and raise the capital required to build the new stadium. In fact we …

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Keeping the club alive in exile

It was made clear from the finance update announced at the recent football club AGM that Worcester City is running of money fast whilst we are in exile. The question is often asked why there is no “fighting fund” people can pay into to keep us going until we get to Perdiswell? In effect there …

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WCFC v FCUM – Reduced Prices – Saturday 5th March

Worcester City are pleased to announce that there will be a reduction in entry prices to our Vanarama National League North match v supporter-owned FC United of Manchester at Aggborough on Saturday 5th March, 3pm Kick Off. Worcester City FC and Worcester City FC Supporters Trust call upon football fans and the people of Worcester …

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Supporters Trust Directors Invited to Join City Board

Worcester City Supporters Trust Directors Rob Crean and Jem Pitt have recently been invited to join the Board of Worcester City Football Club. At the Club AGM both were elected to the Board alongside other new Directors, Manager Carl Heeley and Main Sponsor Martin Pinches from M Pinches Transport     Speaking after the AGM, …

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Brian Lomax – RIP 02-11-2015

Worcester City Supporters Trust is deeply saddened to hear of the untimely death of Mr Brian Lomax.  For those who do not know who Brian is, he is the founder of the concept of Supporters Trusts for sporting organizations. He created the model for a community owned football club, which is being successfully used at …

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