Welcome to the Official Site of the
Slough Town Supporters Trust.
Your Voice on the STFC Management Committee
Matchday and Event Volunteers
Promoting the Club in the local community
STFC 500 Club
Away Match Coach Travel
Rebels Radio sponsors
Gary House Photography (formerly Horsham Rebel Photography) is a long time supporter of the Club and Gary is a member of the Trust board.
Gary has sponsored the Club in many ways over the years including being the current away shirt sponsor for 2017-19.
Thank you to Gary for all of his hard work for both Club and Trust over the years.
Active Slough is the group tasked with getting our town more active, and the Trust shares these views with them. Take a look at their website by clicking the logo to find out more about them and their excellent range of activities for people of all ages and abilities.
We believe in getting the town more active and look forward to working with Active Slough as a corporate member
The Trust has had an advertising board at Arbour Park since the start of the 2016-17 season. It has made tens of thousands of pounts of donations to the Club over the years.
In the summer of 2017 the Trust renewed it's commitment to make regular donations to the Club by announcing the following package of donations:
- £2500 to the Club as a donation, including the cost of the advertising board for this season
- The purchase of a card printing machine at a cost of around £1000 which can be used to print the Trust membership cards, as well as the Club's season tickets at no cost to the Club
- £500 to St Joseph's School towards a path which is to be created between the car park at the school and the Arbour Park facility.
In 2017 the Trust donated £1500 to continue the funding for the girls football sessions by funding the coach after the end of the FA sessions, while the Club applied for the Grow the Game funding.
In January 2017, the Trust presented a set of sponsored kit to St Joseph's School to be used by the older year group teams at the school.
During the 2016-17 season, supporters at Slough matches at Arbour Park donated nearly £4000 to charity and other groups through donations in bucket collections and parking passes for the following charities:
Prostate Cancer UK £221.79
Princess Alice Hospice £488.85
Jamie Mines £350
London Frame Football £180
St Joseph's Mission2Thailand car park permits £1450
Mark Scott £894
Cancer Research £179.07
Sponsored Walk collection £209.18
The Moon and Spoon (Whetherspoons) pub in the centre of Slough will be offering Trust members a 10% discount on food before and after the game on Slough Town home matchdays by showing their membership card when placing their order.
Raise money for the Trust with Utility Warehouse Discount Club
We have been offered a unique fundraising opportunity by Barry Underwood, father of co-manager Jon, to raise money for the Trust using his company Utility Warehouse Discount Club.
You can switch your energy supplier, telephone, broadband and mobile and find out how much you could save. From this, the Trust will be given a proportion not only of the initial sign up fee, but also a percentage of your monthly bill each month and every month that you stay with UWDC. They are the 7th largest energy supplier in the UK and the only one that includes telephone, broadband and mobile in just one package.
You can contact Barry to get your quotation forms to get an estimate of your next years energy costs for you to compare with your current price. Two customers saved £322 and £400 in the first year respectively.
email@example.com, 01189 799871/07973183340
The Potters Arms on Winchmore Hill, between High Wycombe and Amersham (HP7 0PH), are offering all Trust members 20% discount on meals for up to 6 people on a table.
To claim the offer you must pre-book your table on 01494 726222 and say that you are a Trust member. You must then have your membership card on you when you pay.