Welcome to the Rovers Trust

Rovers Trust Overall Aim

To support the Rovers returning to the Premier League by the 150th Anniversary of the Club in 2025, including holding part ownership in the Club.

Supporting Aims

To remain relevant to both an engaged membership paying annual fees and to the wider cohort of Rovers Supporters, the Trust needs to develop 'over-arching' Aims;

1) Secure the Assets and Heritage of the Club

2) Preserving the long term health of the Club

3) Regenerate Support and encourage return of 'stay-aways'

4) Help mitigate a lost generation of Supporters

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Latest News and Trust updates

Lambert to leave Blackburn at end of season

Manager Paul Lambert has announced that he is to leave Blackburn at the end of the season. A statement issued …

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Rovers Trust reveals club’s losses will continue and calls for dialogue with the owners.

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The Rovers Trust has issued a plea to the owners of Blackburn Rovers to begin meaningful dialogue with the fans …

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Rovers Trust – Still Here, Still Watching, Still Waiting

Four years ago, two sets of Blackburn Rovers fans set up supporters’ groups in reaction to the takeover of our …

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Rovers Home Run Ends at 4 as Rovers Fall at Home to Leeds

Despite a bright start until the conceded goal, Rovers fell to Leeds United at Ewood Park today by the score …

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