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The Dons Trust is an affiliate member of the Football Supporters’ Association (FSA), the group that recently formed by merging the Football Supporters’ Federation (FSF) and Supporters Direct.

The FSA is the national, democratic, representative body for supporters in England and Wales. They are the leading advocates for supporter ownership, better fan engagement, cheaper ticket prices, the choice to stand at the match, protecting fan rights, good governance, diversity, and all types of supporter empowerment.

The new organisation held its..


Dons Trust Board member Tim Hillyer is a co-opted member of the Board of Supporters Direct, and here summarises a recent publication by them aimed at improving clubs’ engagement with fans.

As part of their work to encourage the formation and sustainable operation of supporters’ trusts and fans-owned clubs in England and Wales, Supporters Direct produces publications that aim to be of benefit to both clubs and supporters. Recently, they issued Engage! How Clubs Can Win with Football Supporters, which..

Members’ views sought by Supporters Direct/Daily Mail

Dons Trust members’ views are being sought on the way the club, other clubs and the EFL in general is being run on, behalf of the Daily Mail.

A survey has been posted on the Trust Webjam seeking the views of fans about the way their club, other clubs and the EFL in general is run.

Trust members who have already registered to use the Trust Webjam can log in and visit the forum to take part in the survey.


2012 – A great year for the trust movement (from the Wycombe matchday programme)

From Wrexham to Westminster and beyond – David Lampitt, chief executive of Supporters Direct, reflects on another hectic twelve months for fan ownership and influence in the world of football.

As we begin 2013, the time seems right to reflect on another busy year for the supporters’ trust movement across the UK and Europe.

It began in the afterglow of the news that the Wrexham Supporters’ Trust had finally seen their lengthy campaign to take the club..