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Welcome to the Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust

Latest news

CPST / local police meeting 15th July

CPST has arranged a meeting with representatives of the local Police next week to discuss various fan issues. If there are important issues that you think should be raised by the Trust on behalf of supporters then please contact the Trust by emailing cpstrust@hotmail.com.  

Latest Football Trusts News

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CPST statement regarding AL3

The Crystal Palace Supporters’ Trust is surprised and dismayed at the FA Commission’s recent AL3 proposals and the lack of consultation with both the Supporters’ Direct and the Football Supporters’ Federation, as recognised fans’ organisations at national level.  Threatening to undermine the existing football pyramid shows a complete disregard for both the fans and clubs […]

Supporters’ Direct statement on FA Commission

Supporters Direct has fought for 14 years to challenge and change the way that our national game is run, and to make it more representative of its supporters and communities. We have always done this alongside our member supporters’ trusts, fans, activists within and outside football, our partners in the Football Supporters Federation, MPs and […]

Blueprint for Football book – what do you want discussed?

Neal Widdows is currently writing a book provisionally named ‘a blueprint for football’ and the idea is that the book will act almost like a manifesto from football supporters across England’s four senior divisions, illustrating precisely what the people who really care about the game want from English football. The idea is to come up with a […]