Swansea City Supporters' Trust

February Fans Forum at the Liberty

The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust is delighted to announce details of its annual, Fans Forum at the Liberty Stadium. The Fans Forum will be held on Wednesday 22 February at 7.30pm. On the panel will be January’s Premier League Manager of the Month Paul Clement, Assistant Coaches Nigel Gibbs and Claude Makelele, Head of Physical… Continue reading February Fans Forum at the Liberty

London and South East Fans Forum

The Supporters’ Trust can confirm that a fans forum will take place at 7.30pm on Friday 6th May 2016 at the London Welsh Centre, the night before the Swans last away game of the Premier League season at West Ham United. The forum will be chaired by Jim White (Vice Chairman of the Supporters’ Trust)… Continue reading London and South East Fans Forum

Swans Trust Members Forum at the Liberty

Swansea City supporters are well aware of the ongoing situation with regards to the potential takeover of Swansea City Football Club and the Trust’s current position. We are particularly grateful for your support, especially those who are paid members of the Supporters Trust and have arranged, at very short notice, a meeting at the Liberty… Continue reading Swans Trust Members Forum at the Liberty

Ceredigion Jacks Officially launched with Fans Forum

The Swansea City Supporters Trust was delighted to help launch the Ceredigion Jacks Supporters Group yesterday evening with a Fans Forum in Lampeter. Over 85 Ceredigion based fans turned up for the event, with Swans Assistant-Manager Pep Clotet, First Team Coach James Beattie, Club Ambassador Lee Trundle and Supporters’ Director Huw Cooze making up the… Continue reading Ceredigion Jacks Officially launched with Fans Forum

First Fans Forum of the season at the Liberty

The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust is delighted to announce details of its annual, early season Fans Forum at the Liberty Stadium. The Fans Forum will be held on Thursday 10 September at 7.30pm. On the panel will be Club Chairman Huw Jenkins, Manager Garry Monk, Supporters’ Director Huw Cooze, Vice Chairman Leigh Dineen, Leon Britton… Continue reading First Fans Forum of the season at the Liberty

Fans Forum – September 2015

The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust is delighted to announce our annual early season Fans Forum at the Liberty Stadium on Thursday 10 September at 7.30pm. Club Chairman Huw Jenkins, Manager Garry Monk, Supporters’ Director Huw Cooze, Leigh Dineen and Lee Trundle will head the panel and will be joined by members of the first team… Continue reading Fans Forum – September 2015

Trust Forum Address

Here is the address that was given by the Chairman of the Swansea City Supporters’ Trust, Phil Sumbler at the Trust Forum that was held at the Liberty Stadium this evening. . . . . . . . . . . Good evening everyone and welcome to this open forum hosted by us at Swansea… Continue reading Trust Forum Address

Swans Trust Forum – February 2015

The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust is holding a forum which is open to all Swansea City fans on Friday, 20th February at the Liberty Stadium. As you are aware there has been much discussion in recent months regards the ownership of the club and in particular the role that your Supporters’ Trust plays within that.… Continue reading Swans Trust Forum – February 2015

Successful London Fans Forum

The London Welsh Centre was again the host to the Swansea City Supporters Trust (London chapter) social evening on 6th December. A warm Welsh welcome was on offer as the Centre for the fourth time hosted around 100 Swansea City fans from London and the South East. The night featured an open question and answer… Continue reading Successful London Fans Forum

London Fans Forum

Building on the popular events we’ve previously held in London and to celebrate the continued success of the team on the pitch, the Swansea City Supporters’ Trust has organised a social night for Saturday 6th December 2014 at the London Welsh Centre. The night will feature an open question and answer session with Swans Wall… Continue reading London Fans Forum