football becomes a bigger and bigger business, few fans are able to retain a
share in the ownership of their clubs. The result has been that the fans’ voice
on matters affecting their clubs’ futures grows weaker.
region, its community and a co-operative approach is central to Norwich City's unique character. Looking after
the club’s values and spirit, and keeping them safe for future generations is
the responsibility of City fans.
Norwich City Supporters Trust can act as a safety net should the Club fall on hard times again, acting as a cohesive force for change if necessary, in the way that Portsmouth Supporters Trust have been forced to do.
Currently Norwich City Supporters Trust has over 630 shareholders (members).
By joining the Trust you become a shareholder in Norwich City Supporters Trust (a non-profit making, democratic "mutual") which is a part-owner of the club.
Together we can make the fans voice heard on key issues affecting the Club, and help retain the Club's unique position in the community.
It costs just £10 to join the Trust and £5 if you are under 16.
has set up a directory of people wishing to sell their NCFC Ordinary Shares
Listen to how “the yellow and green clad football fans of Norwich and Nantes
forged links to promote security and transparency in the running of the clubs.”
On Friday March 23rd A la nantaise,
l'association des amoureux du FC Nantes, held an event
organised in co-operation with Supporters Direct. 'L'actionnariat Populaire, une réponse face à la crise
financière et morale du football professionnel européen'
was attended by local and national stakeholders, and Norwich City
Supporters' Trust, which recently twinned with A la nantaise.
For French speakers there is an interview with a la nantaise at.
"Fans are the club: they are the most important thing to us. I would like to see fans on the Board" said Delia Smith to Supporters Direct Newslettter in 2003.
© Norwich City Supporters' Trust 2007