Welcome to the Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust

We are delighted to welcome you to our new website. Please have a look around and let us know what you think.

Find out about who we are and what we do.

Welcome to the Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust

Latest news

CPST / CPFC meeting minutes

CPST recently met with Steve Parish and Phil Alexander to discuss a list of issues recently raised by fans. You can read the minutes here: Trust meeting with Club minutes 041114 CPST would like to thank Steve and Phil for their time and look forward to ongoing regular meetings in the future.

Vote in the FSF awards!

The Football Supporters’ Federation is delighted to announce below the shortlisted nominations for the 2014 FSF Awards, in association with William Hill, following a nominations process involving thousands of fans across the country.   Voting is open now; to cast your votes please ask your members to visit: www.fsf.org.uk/awards   Player of the Year: Sergio […]

Bid on a piece of CPFC history, all proceeds to the Study Centre

CPST was contacted a couple of months ago by someone whose father regualrly attended Cardiff City matches and collected autographs of opposition players. He had a set of signatures from a game between Cardiff and Palace from a 1-1 draw in Division 3 South in October 1932, and wondered if we could sell them with […]

Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust calls for Fan representation on any future Board

Crystal Palace FC has come a long way in the past four years. On the 2nd May 2010 the club was one defeat away from falling into the third tier of English football, against a backdrop of administration with no guarantee of financial redemption in sight. Fast forward to today and that dramatic day at Hillsborough […]

Support CPLFC this Sunday and help set a record crowd!

  Crystal Palace Ladies are hoping to set a new record crowd for their league game against Ipswich this Sunday at Hayes Lane. As part of a whole day of activities celebrating CPLFC’s partnerships with local business and the local community, including the Trust presenting a cheque for £1,000 to help with funds for a […]