Welcome to the Rovers Supporters 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

Sporting Life: Singh concern at Kean speculation

The Rovers boss faces the axe after he failed to reach Singh’s target of 16 points from the first seven …

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Club Call: Trust aims for Rovers ownership

The move comes with Blackburn manager Steve Kean’s role at the club looking increasingly under threat, with owners Venky’s in …

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Lancashire Business View: Businessman supports Blackburn Rovers fans trust merger

BRST and BRSIT spent the summer formulating their merger plans, setting up the new trust as a Community Benefit Society …

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Steve Kean’s situation at Blackburn ‘worse by the day’, says director

Blackburn’s director of football, Shebby Singh, has admitted the situation surrounding Steve Kean’s future as manager of the club “gets worse …

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