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


Notice Of Annual General Meeting 2016

All Members are invited to attend the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Saints City Trust. This will be held at The Saints Bar, Clarence Park, St. Albans on Monday 26th September 2016 at 7.30pm.

The main purpose of this meeting will be to:


  • Consider the activities of the Trust over the previous period.
  • To receive the Trust’s Accounts for the financial year ended 31st May 2016.
  • To ratify the appointment of up to 5 Trustees to the Trust Board.
  • To ask questions to the Board and comment on the running of the Trust.


2015/16 End Of Season Awards

At the conclusion of the End Of Season Awards ceremony on 28 April following the final home game of the season against Dartford, a cheque presentation was made by Ian Rogers, the Saints City Trust chairman, to Lawrence Levy, co -owner of St. Albans City F.C. for £4,000.00. This was in respect of monies raised via various fundraising activities carried by volunteers on match days throughout the season. The monies will go towards the pitch reinstatement to be carried out during the off season.

2015/16 Saints City Trust Prediction League - 31 May 2016 Update

The final positions in the Saints City Trust Prediction League, as at 31 May, sees a huge turnaround since the April 2016 update. With the lowest winning points total ever but also with one of the tightest finishes ever, Duncan McLeod lifts the winning prize. Again, as with last year's competition, the F.A. Cup and Champions League made a big difference to the final outcome. Duncan McLeod moves up 8 places to top spot and Richard Palmer (up 22 places), John Sylvester (up 15 places) and John Sanderson (up 13 places) all made significant late challenges but just a little too late.