These articles are published in the Slough Town FC programme. The Rebels play in the National League South in a swanky new ground. I’ve been supporting Slough since the beginning of time despite now living in Brighton.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014


Slough Town Supporters Trust was formed in 2003 and since then have handed over £30,000 to the club! They currently sponsor the home shirt and recently sponsored the youth and reserve teams. They run the coach travel to away games and members volunteer behind the scenes on match days. They run the Golden Goal and 500 Club Rebel Lottery while Trust board member Sue runs the club shop. They organise the end of season walk where money raised is split between the Trust and a local charity. 3 Trust board members are also on football club management committee and so have a say in how the club is run. 

So why not become a member?
Why should I join?
All Supporters Trust have a pivotal role to play in the health and success of their club, so get yourself along to the Trust hut at our next home game and become a member – and don’t forget to keep throwing your loose change into the collecting buckets on the way out. You will be supporting the long term future of Slough Town Football Club.
How much is it
It's a minimum of £10 a year but more money welcome! Junior membership is £5
What do I get
If you travel by coach to any of the Rebels away games you get £5 knocked off the cost along with travel and accident insurance.
Juniors also get a discount along with birthday and Christmas cards.
How does the Trust raise its money
Through membership fees, raffles, quiz and race nights and bucket collections at the end of each home game.
How can I get more involved
The Trust always need more management committee members. Please see Ollie, Mark Hunter, Mike or Alan if you are interested.
To join the Trust please send cheques (made payable to STSA Ltd) c/o 17 Swabey Road, Langley, Slough, SL3 8NR or see the above people on match days.

But don't listen to us, this is what Steve Easterbrook has to say “Apart from all the great work that the Trust does in the community and all the benefits that members receive, being a member of the trust is a great way of being more connected to the club. The Trust also has a healthy representation on the club's management committee and therefore members have a direct input on how the club is actually run. At the end of the day...... the fans are the club and any organisation, such as the Trust, that brings true fans together can only have a positive impact on the long term future of this great club.”



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