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


2015/16 Saints City Trust Prediction League - 5 April 2016 Update

A further update of the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 5 April, sees Peter Knock taking over top spot with Karina Hames and Duncan McLeod close behind.  Just 6 points divide the top 11 places.  Going down to the wire………..  

As at 5 April 2016

No. and Points

Men United March

Saints City Trust chairman Ian Rogers presents a cheque for £100 to Jeff Stelling for Prostate Cancer UK when the Men United March called in at Clarence Park on 29 March, Day 9 of the 10 day 262 mile challenge from Hartlepool to Wembley. The money is taken from part of the legacy left to the Trust by Saints supporter John Wangford, who sadly died of cancer in 2011.  Pictured from L to R are Ian Rogers, Lawrence Levy (co - owner of St. Albans City F.C.), Jeff Stelling and Malcolm MacMillan (president of St. Albans City F.C.).

Saints City Trust Members Survey

The results of the recent on line survey can be found here

In addtion to this data we received a number of hard copies and a summary of these are shown below. Our thanks to everyone who took part in the survey , we are formulating an action plan from the survey which will posted shortly.

Survey replies received via post

2015/16 Saints City Trust Prediction League - 18 February 2016 Update

A further update in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 18 February, sees some major changes in the league table, with Roger Aggett moving clear at the top, closely followed by Katrina Hames, Peter Knock and Elise Page. Previous leader Frank Godman has dropped like a stone to 14th position with Alan Brittain also falling 22 places. Going in the other direction is Jørn Olkvam, who moves up 18 places. All very tight, with the cup competition predictions set to become a big factor in the final outcome .................