Welcome to the official website of the Rovers Supporters Trust. Working with you, the supporters, to secure a bright future for our club, supporters and community for generations to come.

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Race Night

The Rovers Supporters Trust in conjunction with Swiss Cottage Pub are hosting a Race Night on the 19th July 2013. As we push towards our first goal of £5,000 we hope to make the evening a fantastic success.

Charity Events Schedule

Looking for something to do over the coming weeks? Maybe the ladies fancy a girls night out or maybe mum and dad can treat the kids to a fun day?

Our partner charity Freddies Friends have some brilliant fundraising events lined up. Why not check out their events schedule and help raise some money for a good cause.


Rovers Supporters Trust Committee

in the East Stand this Sunday.

The committee members welcome you to come and have a chat with us. Are you ready to become a member?

Don't miss out on your opportunity to join the Trust and help support your club. The RST will be present in the East Stand before the game against Wakefield this Sunday to answer your questions and hopefully welcome you aboard.


Supporters Trust Launch Night

Saturday 6th April, Barham Pub, Marfleet Lane. 130 plus turned out to officially launch The Rovers Supporters Trust. The night was hailed a huge success as 72 people put pen to paper and became the first members to sign up.

Left: Loyal Hull Kingston Rovers supporter Eric Ness hands his membership form over to the RST chairman Peter Walker.


Supporters Trust Teams up with Local Charity

The Rovers Supporters Trust are pleased to announce that they have teamed up with local children’s charity ‘Freddie’s Friends’


Freddie's Friends is a childrens charity, set up in memory of Freddie Appleyard, who suffered from a rare brain disorder. Freddie's Friends aim to help other children and families in similar situations. The Rovers Supporters Trust are proud to be supporting Freddie's Friends and will be announcing a joint fundraising event in due course.


For more information on Freddie's Friends please visit their website:


What is a Supporters Trust?

Many of you may be wondering what a Supporters Trust is, what it's aims and objectives are and more importantly, why you as a supporter should become a member. Well you aren't alone. It was a question we asked ourselves when we embarked on this journey, we believe that as a collective, we have a greater voice, to enable change for the better. What do you think?

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