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News of Trust events, away coach travel and other information will be posted here, on our Facebook page and on our Twitter page @SloughTownST.  Check back regularly on any of our pages for the latest news and any updates.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Dec 9 2018 05:56PM

We're happy to confirm the prize list for this year's Trust Christmas Draw. Tickets are still on sale, with the draw taking place after the home match against East Thurrock on Saturday 22nd December. See Alan Harding by turnstile 4 at Tuesday's match or contact him using the detailson our away travel page to get your tickets.

Thanks to those who have donated prizes to the draw, we hope as many people as possible will stay for the draw after the match on the 22nd as we celebrate the festive season and raise money for the Trust.

1st £200

2nd Christmas Hamper

3rd Magnum of Champagne

4th 3 Course Sunday Meal for 2 at Farnham Royal Cricket Club

5th Football Manager 2019 PC game

6th £15 Tesco voucher

7th bottle of Champagne

8th bottle of Gin

9th bottle of Sherry

10th bottle of Port

11th small Christmas hamper

12th picture frames and bottle of wine

13th tin of Quality Street and bottle of wine

14th tin of biscuits

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Nov 22 2018 10:01PM

We can now announce that from 1st December, Trust members who present their card at the Moon and Spoon pub in Slough can get 20% off all food anytime.

This is an improvement on the previous offer which was for 10% off food on matchdays, and we're grateful to the Moon and Spoon for offering our members this great offer.

Related to this, the final total from the Slough Barrel Roll in August has been announced. The three pubs and the Slough Town team raised £1150 towards local charity Destiny Support. The money will be presented to the charity at their AGM on Friday. Thank you to everyone who donated to the Barrel Roll fund and to our team for taking part.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Nov 16 2018 01:22PM

We're delighted to announce that earlier this week we surpassed last season's membership total, reaching 197 members. This makes 7 years of growth since the start of the 2011 season and more than three times the members!

Thank you to everyone who has joined this season and contributed to the work of the Trust by doing so. If you haven't joined yet, please consider doing so, or encourage others to do so. The more members we have, the more we can do for the Club and for the community.

We have a range of projects in the planning and execution stages, which we hope to be able to bring to you over the next few weeks.

You can join the Trust at any home game or by visiting the Join page of our website - with multiple member benefits on offer plus helping the Trust to work with the Club and the community, all for just £10 a season, it's a bargain - and you get a free child membership with each adult member!

2011-12: 59

2012-13: 68

2013-14: 74

2014-15: 106

2015-16: 119

2016-17: 145

2017-18: 195

2018-19: 197 and hopefully more to come!

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Nov 4 2018 04:07PM

We're pleased to let our members know about a special offer for Trust members on Saturday ahead of the Sutton match.

On Saturday 10th November, the Moon and Spoon pub in Slough is offering 10% off food on production of a Trust membership card. We're grateful to the management at the Moon and Spoon for this, so members can head for the popular pub for food before getting the coach or train to the Sutton match.

The Moon and Spoon usually offers this deal on home matchdays only (see our Corporate/Sponsorship page for the details of this and other membership benefits in local businesses - if your business can offer a Trust member offer, please get in touch).

We'd like to also announce that following the Concord Rangers match, Trust membership has risen to 195, the same as we reached last season, leaving us just 5 short of our 200 target. We'd like to once again encourage anyone associated with STFC to join the Trust to help support our work. If you're not a member and you're planning on getting the coach to Sutton, please consider joining the Trust.

The STST AGM is on Wednesday 7th November at the Cippenham Working Men's Club from 8pm, all members welcome.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Nov 2 2018 04:24PM

The first ever Slough Town edition of the National League Trust Under 11s Cup was held at Arbour Park yesterday (Thursday), and it did not disappoint with plenty of goals flying in across the afternoon.

The afternoon started with a team briefing and a draw for the boys/mixed groups.

Girls Group: Claycotts, Godolphin, Lynch Hill, Priory, St Mary's, Montem

Boys/Mixed Group 1: Langley Hall, Lynch Hill, Claycotts, Ryvers, Priory

Boys/Mixed Group 2: St Mary's, Western House, Holy Family, Pennwood, Godolphin

After a busy couple of hours and a lot of matches, we ended up with the top two in the girls group playing in a final, and the top two in the boys/mixed group in semi final action.

The semi finals saw Lynch Hill and Langley Hall progress past Pennwood and Holy Family respectively.

Both finals had a special guest referee in STFC joint first team manager Neil Baker. The girls final ended with victory in a tight game by Priory School over their Lynch Hill opposition, while Lynch Hill did have success in the boys/mixed final against Langley Hall.

Both Priory School girls and Lynch Hill boys will progress to the regional finals in February/March, details to be announced soon, repeating STFC. Congratulations to them on their victories and commiserations to the other finalists.

We'd like to say a big thank you to all of the teams who participated in the tournaments and their teachers for bringing them. It was a long afternoon and there must have been a lot of tired legs by the end but it was great to see the children enjoying themselves and giving their all for their teams.

We'd also like to thank our volunteer referees from Westgate School, as well as Neil Baker, and those volunteers who organised the event including Kay Lathey who did a great job of organising all of the entries and information.

Thanks must also go to Mark from E Sargeant & Son for donating money to hire the pitch, and the family of Dave Carpenter whose money donated to the Trust paid for the medals, trophies and will be used to buy the kit the winning teams will wear at the regional finals.

We'll provide an update on the next round when we have the details, and hopefully the Slough Town local tournament will return next year.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Oct 26 2018 07:54AM

With less than a week to go until the our first ever National League Under 11s Cup tournament, we're pleased to announce which schools have signed up.

There will be two tournaments, one for girls teams and one for boys/mixed teams, happening at Arbour Park on the afternoon of Thursday 1st November. The winners in each category will go on to represent Slough Town FC at the regional tournament in February/March.

The following schools have entered a team in both tournaments, unless otherwise stated:


Holy Family (boys/mixed only)

The Godolphin Junior Academy

Lynch Hill



Ryvers (boys/mixed only)

St Mary's CofE

Western House Academy (boys/mixed only)

Langley Hall Primary Academy

Montem Academy (girls only)

With 10 boys teams and 8 girls teams, each tournament will split the team's into two groups (each team playing the others in their group once) and the top two teams will progress to the semi finals.

The group draw will take place prior to the matches.

We're also grateful to Westgate school for sending some students to act as referees.

The event will be covered by the local press so keep an eye out for this the following week.

Every participant will receive a medal for being part of the event and the winning teams will walk away with a trophy. The medals and trophies are being paid for from money donated by the late Dave Carpenter.

Teams that emerge from the regional finals will play in the South final, with the North/South winners playing the ultimate final at Wembley in May.

We wish every school the best of luck. We hope that while it will be competitive, it will also be a fun day that the teams will enjoy.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Oct 21 2018 07:28AM

We're pleased to announce the details of our 2018 Christmas Draw!

Tickets are on sale now from various supporters who have kindly offered to sell them. They will also be on offer at home matches, with all the profits going to support the work of the Trust. The draw will take place following the home match against East Thurrock, in the bar at Arbour Park on Saturday 22nd December.

The main prizes are as follows:

1st prize: £200

2nd prize: Christmas hamper

3rd prize: Bottle of Champagne

plus many other prizes

If you can offer help, either by donating a prize or by offering to sell tickets, please get in touch with Alan Harding at a home match or using the contact details on our website.

By Slough Town Supporters Trust, Oct 21 2018 07:28AM

Following the Eastbourne FA Cup match, Trust membership has risen to 190.

We're just ten members from our season target, and five short of last year's final total. Can you help us to reach 200 members for this season? If you haven't renewed or haven't joined before, please join using either the details on our Join page or by visiting our gazebo at our next home match.