The Glovers Trust Interim Board of Directors are pleased to confirm that we have arranged a launch party at Club 94 in Yeovil in the late afternoon & evening of Saturday 9th of July.

The purpose of the party is to celebrate the formation of the Trust and also to enable people to find out more and sign-up on the night.

The event is open to all supporters who can make it and we hope to have some ex-players in attendance as well. We would love as many supporters as possible to join us in celebrating this significant milestone in the Trust’s history.

The Glovers Trust Interim Board of Directors are pleased to announce that membership fees have now been finalised. Adult membership will be £10 per year and for supporters under 16 years of age, £1 per year. We have purposely kept these amounts as low as possible to allow inclusion for all Yeovil Town supporters with a vison that together we can assist our Club and our Community and look to a bright future in the Football League.

Details of when the Trust will be in a position to recruit members and also a launch party event to celebrate the formation of the Trust will be released in due course

The Working Party known to date as ‘The Yeovil Voice’ are pleased to be in a position to provide an update on activities that have been undertaken following an almost unanimous vote in January 2016 by supporters of Yeovil Town Football Club in favour of forming a Supporters Trust.
The Yeovil Town Supporters Society Limited, known as the GLOVERS TRUST, has now been officially recognised by Supporters Direct and registered by the Financial Conduct Authority.  This has been the result of much hard work by many volunteers with the desire to bring a democratic, not for profit, community based society, and independent organisation to represent the voice of Yeovil Town Supporters.
The volunteers who make up the steering committee of the Glovers Trust are also preparing for the first AGM which will take place in approximately 6 months’ time.  The Trust will operate under a one member, one vote principle and all members with voting rights will be invited to stand or nominate any other member for election as a Trust Board representative.  The newly elected Board will then oversee the running of the Trust for a fixed period, calling on its members to vote on how the Glovers Trust shall be run and what stance it wishes to take on various initiatives and issues.
The steering group has remained keen to gain and maintain support from all supporters, including the existing Yeovil Town supporters’ organisations regarding the formation of the Glovers Trust and are pleased to have received our first formal message of support from the Bridport Glovers Supporters Club:
“The Bridport Glovers are delighted to hear that the Glovers Trust has now been fully registered. We look forward to working constructively with them to bring a bright future to Yeovil Town Football Club. We fully support the entries in the Register of Assets of Community Value that have been issued by the S.S.D.C.”
If you would like any further information regarding the ongoing activities of the steering group or if you or your organisation would like to sponsor an aspect of our Launch Party, please email

The Glovers Trust Interim Board of Directors are pleased to announce that they have successfully registered Huish Park and its surrounding land as an Asset of Community Value.

The Localism Act 2011 has made provisions to give communities a right to identify a building or other land that they believe to be of importance to their community’s social well-being.  Having identified Huish Park Stadium, and its surrounding land, as fitting this criteria, the Board of Directors have submitted nominations to the South Somerset District Council to include both of these areas on the Register of Assets of Community Value.  After full consideration, the South Somerset District Council have agreed with the nomination on the grounds that the primary use of the Stadium and the surrounding land in the recent past enhances the social well-being and interests of the local community, and that it is realistic to expect that current and future activities undertaken at the site will continue to do so.

Inclusion on the Register of Assets means that should the stadium or land be put up for sale, the owners must notify the local authority who in turn will notify the Glovers Trust and also publish the intentions in the local community. The community will have an opportunity to express an interest in being treated as a potential bidder during the period and interested parties would be given a period of six months to make a bid.  The owners would still be free to sell the assets to whomever they choose and at whatever price, however the legislation at the very least empowers the local community to actively participate in this process.  As many football stadia across the country are now included on Local Authority Registers, the Glovers Trust Steering Group feel that Huish Park and the surrounding land should not be left unprotected and are delighted that this has been echoed by South Somerset District Council.