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

Here is the first update on the 2015/16 Saints City Trust Prediction League, which shows David Hames and Sue Rogers moving into an early lead, closely followed by last season’s runner up Dave Church and the wily John Feneley. Very early days and a long way to go. Things can change very quickly................. 

As at 20 October 2015

No. and Points

Admission prices FA Cup match v Deal Town

"The Saints City Trust has made its position clear on ticket pricing from the time the £15 adult price was introduced, chairman Ian Rogers attended the meeting where this was proposed and voted against the increase pointing out the impact of doing so [away fans refusing to attend, casual supporters not attending, reduction in off field revenue by loss of goodwill from regular supporters] . It is disappointing but not surprising that the FA Cup match this Saturday has the same pricing structure given that the club charged the same price for an Herts senior cup tie last season.

Quiz Night

Friday, October 23, 2015 - 8:00pm
Saints Bar
General Knowledge quiz - £3 per person including buffet book with Ian Rogers any team can win the first prize!

Saints City Trust Prediction League 2015/16

The Saints City Trust is once again running the ever-popular Prediction League over the coming season. The aim is to predict which teams will win the major league and cup competitions. Previous years have seen the winners only decided by the last few games.

• £5 entry fee

• Winner £75 prize, second place £20 and third place £10

• Points will be awarded as follows:

• League Champions 4 points and Cup Winners 4 points

• Runners up 3 points and losing finalists 3 points

• Third place 2 points and losing semi finalists 2 points