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Welcome to the Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust

Latest news

League Games Abroad

CPST fully endorses the recent FSF statement concerning any revival of the idea of a 39th Premier League game abroad, following La Liga’s recent announcement about games to be played in the USA. Malcolm Clarke, FSF Chair, stated, “The FSF would strongly oppose and actively campaign against any suggestion that Premier League games should be […]

Want to be on Premier League Fanzone TV?

The show that brings you all things Premier League through the eyes of YOU the fans, Fanzone airs twice a day 5 days a week at 3:30PM & 7:00PM UK Time. Airing through-out the entire world on channels like StarSportsSelect, SuperSportHD, NBC Sports, Optus Sport, SportsNetWorld and many many more, they need the help of […]

Safe Standing Survey

ITV London News is investigating how supporters in the capital feel about safe standing at football matches. We are asking fans for their views at London clubs in the top two divisions. We would appreciate your support with this.   QUESTIONNAIRE   Which club do you support?     Would you like to see safe […]

Website notice

PRIVACY POLICY AND COOKIES POLICY   We at the Crystal Palace Supporters Trust (“we” or “our” or “us”) want to make sure all the personal information we have collected about you, , is safe and secure whether we collect it through our website at www.palacetrust.org.uk (“Site”) or from other sources.  This Policy set outs our […]

Official Complaint to Sussex Police referred up to Independent Office of Police Conduct

CPST is pleased to report that following receipt of the official complaint about police behaviour at the Brighton game, Sussex Police have voluntarily referred the complaint to the Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC). CPST welcomes this development, as guidelines on this state that such voluntary referrals should occur, “where the gravity of the subject […]