Olympic Stadium Campaign

Charlton Athletic Supporters' Trust, as part
of a coalition of national Supporters' Trusts, are campaigning for transparency of the Olympic Stadium deal that gives West Ham United a huge competitive leg up, apparently all thanks to the taxpayer.

Read more in our campaign pages.


Guardian Chief Sports Correspondent at CAS Trust AGM 29th Oct

October 6th, 2015 - The AGM will be at The Bugle Horn pub in Charlton Village on Thursday 29th October, starting at 7.30pm. After the formal business of the evening is concluded there will be an assortment of delicious sandwiches and Chief Sports Correspondent at The Guardian, Owen Gibson, will take your questions on current football issues. Owen is the Guardian's […]
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Charlton Athletic in Pictures – last chance to order a copy

October 6th, 2015 - CAS Trust member Steve Bridge has asked us to publicise the fact that the deadline for ordering his forthcoming book of photographs is fast approaching: The deadline is Saturday 10th October for advance orders to purchase the Limited Edition Hardback book 'Charlton Athletic In Pictures 1975-2015' from his web page here. Club Ambassador and legend Keith […]
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Fan coalition: LLDC is “Running scared of the taxpayer”

October 1st, 2015 - Fan coalition says LDDC is “Running scared of the taxpayer” after Olympic Stadium owners lodge contract appeal The coalition of 14 supporters’ trusts & groups demanding the publication and revision of the full commercial terms of the contract between West Ham United and the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) today accused the LLDC of “Running […]

Six games, five defeats. Will the run end on Sunday?

October 1st, 2015 - How can a team that looked so bright, lively and incisive until the last weekend of August have declined so quickly into the lacklustre outfit that lost five games out of six in September ? Well, injuries have played their part and I suspect that Simon Makienok's absence has been the one most keenly felt. He isn't […]
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Your opinion of new features at The Valley

September 30th, 2015 - In advance of the upcoming Fans' Forum, the Trust would like your feedback of the various new features launched at the Valley this season. Electronic Tickets – How well do you feel the new electronic ticketing system works? Is getting into the ground easier? Does printing tickets at home speed up the process? Hospitality – […]

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Charlton Athletic Supporters' Trust has been formed to give fans a voice and to act as positive force to help preserve Charlton Athletic Football Club for its fans and community.

Charlton fans are widely attribute with being among the first fans and club to widely utilise fan participation. To begin with this was inspired by an epic struggle to return CAFC to it's historic home, however this partnership between fans and Board went on to preside over a dramatic reversal in the clubs fortunes culminating in a return to the top flight in a Premier Class stadium for a number of years. Charlton now occupy the Championship (tier 2 of the English League) after a two year spell in League 1 (tier 3) which ended in them winning the League 1 title.

The Club changed hands in January 2014 after former owners Tony Jiminez and Michael Slater sold the club to Belgian businessman Roland Duchâtelet with other former owner Richard Murray staying on as a non-executive Chairman.

Charlton Athletic Supporters' Trust was formed on the 20th anniversary of the clubs return to the Valley on 5 December 2012.  It celebrated its launch that day, also marking the anniversary in the clubs bar Bartram's.

Charlton Athletic Supporters' Trust is committed to being a representative, professional, independent, democratic and accountable body.

As outlined in the second meeting of the interim steering group, the Charlton Athletic Supporters' Trust aims:

“To Preserve Charlton Athletic Football Club for This and Future Generations”.

This is broken down as follows:

  • To give the fans a voice and represent their interests in the running of the Club.
  • To actively support Charlton Athletic Football Club in achieving success both on and off the pitch.
  • To assist in preserving the long term future of the Club, it’s history, culture, values and identity in our Community.

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