York City Supporters' Trust  
Join the YCST Mailing List
spacer About YCST Our History Membership Downloads Donate News Archive Contact us Home spacer

Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player.

Get Adobe Flash player


Fan Survey 2006
Fan Survey 2006

Supporting City

 Behind the scenes, the drafting and planning for the 2006 Fan Survey is being progressed.  We intend to launch the survey before the end of the season, earlier than last year.  The project is again being led by Trust volunteer David Brewis, on behalf of the Trust and the Club, with a variety of support from other fan volunteers.


Last year, over 450 City fans responded, and the results provided some useful information for the Boards of both the Trust and the Club to help plan for the future.  The Fan Survey was an additional way in which the Club engages with, and listens to, the wider supporter base.  The results also provided some interesting information that we published about the profile of the Clubs supporters, their attendance at matches and, most importantly, what they think about the services and facilities offered by the Club and how things can be improved.  Whilst the Premiership clubs undertake an annual fan survey, below the top flight it is unusual for clubs to engage with their supporters in such a way.  We hope the Survey will have benefits for the Trust, the Club and City supporters in general.



If you think that you might be able to help York City in some way, then please get in touch with the Trust and/or the Club.   Thanks for your continuing support.

Join the Trust
Make a donation
Meet the Board
All proceeds from advertising go
directly to the Supporters' Trust
Members of the Football Supporters' Federation Let's kick racism out of football Supporters' Direct YCFC Find us on Facebook Positive about disabled people
Share |
©York City Supporters' Society Limited    |    All rights reserved    |    Company No. IP29345R    |    Privacy Policy    |    Sitemap    |    Legal / Disclosure    |    Links    |    Accessibility