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What are the WST aims?

The main aims and objectives of the Trust are and always have been as follows:

  • to encourage and promote the democratic and constructive involvement of supporters in running of the club.
  • to strengthen the bond between Wrexham FC and the community it serves and to represent the interests of the supporters and the community in the running of the club.
  • to benefit present and future members of the community served by Wrexham FC by promoting, encouraging and furthering the game of football as a recreational facility, sporting activity and focus for community involvement.
  • to encourage Wrexham FC to take proper account of the interests of its supporters and of the community it serves in its decisions and to seek the views and opinions of the supporters of Wrexham FC.

  

  • to uphold and preserve the tradition and heritage of Wrexham FC, and to secure the clubs long term future in Wrexham.
  • to obtain a commitment from Wrexham FC to provide and maintain facilities for the enjoyment of professional football in the area.
  • to develop links with supporters of other football clubs to further enjoyment for all fans.
  • to raise money to be spent in order to support and achieve these objectives.
  • To be an inclusive democratic organisation that seeks to represent the views of all supporters of the club through open, affordable membership, and consultation and liaison with all supporters and supporters groups, regardless of whether they are members.

Some examples of what has been achieved by supporters at other clubs are:

There are fourteen clubs in England, Scotland and Wales that are currently now owned or operated by Supporters' Trusts. 39 Trusts have directors on the board (not necessarily elected); some Trusts, like Brentford, Stockport County, Chesterfield, Wycombe Wanderers and Lincoln City, have more than one board representative. Another 61 Trusts own shares in their club, which will never be sold.
You can join by downloading and returning the membership form from this website, or by coming to one of our meetings.


If you have a question for us please ring us on 07961 152470

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