Saints City Trust is a democratic, independent, not-for-profit organisation of supporters, committed to strengthening the voice for supporters in the decision making process at St Albans City F.C. and strengthening the links between the club and the community. On this website, you find a full list of our objectives, contact details for our officers, and information about our recent and upcoming events.  For more information contact enquiries@saintscitytrust.org.uk


 

2019/20 Saints City Trust Prediction League - 30 September 2019

Here is the first update on the 2019/20 Saints City Trust Prediction League, with Phil Hames and James Knock sharing top spot on 41 points and last year’s winner, Tom McLeod, a point behind on 40 points.  A long way to go………….............. 

PREDICTION LEAGUE 2019/20
As at 30 September 2019

No. and Points

Admission prices 2019/2020 season

The  Supporters Trust and Stand By Your Saints  do not agree with the current pricing structure announced by the football club. However, it also does not support or condone the abusive and derogatory comments that have appeared on social media. The club has opened a dialogue with supporters on this matter and we would ask everyone to refrain from damaging this with unnecessary and often ill founded comments. 

 

Admission prices 2019/2020 season

Joint statement from Stand By Your Saints and The Saints City Trust regarding the 2019/2020 price increases at St Albans City Football Club.

Stand By Your Saints and the Saints City Trust wish to make it clear that we strongly oppose the new ticket pricing structure, believing that it will have a detrimental effect on both fans and match day revenue.

2018/19 Saints City Trust Prediction League - 2 June 2019

 

The results of this season’s Predictions League, following the Champions League Final, are now in. The final positions were not decided until the very last game with Liverpool’s win over Tottenham gaining Tom McLeod the top prize over Peter Knock on countback, by virtue of having more 4 point winners.  

The winners are as follows and cheques are in the post:

1. Tom McLeod 37 points £100.
2. Peter Knock 37 points £25.
3. Ken Harding 35 points £10. 

The full listing of the final positions are shown below – 

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