The Trust committee would like to provide an update in these uncertain times in relation to the successful Crowdfunder campaign that the Glovers Trust ran in May to sponsor the Away Stand at Huish Park for the 2020/21 season in memory of Martin Baker. We are extremely grateful for theContinue Reading

We hope you are keeping safe and well.  As many are aware by now, we are currently crowd funding to sponsor the away end at Huish Park for the forthcoming season. Our target is £5,000 which would then be ploughed into the Club’s crowd funding scheme and hopefully swell theContinue Reading

We hope you are keeping safe and well and enjoying what you can of the Bank Holiday weekend. By now most fans will have seen that Yeovil Town FC have created a Crowdfunding initiative to help generate income during the Coronavirus pandemic. Our Trust Chairman had a constructive chat withContinue Reading

With the 2019/20 season now under way with a new-look football team, it is also the time of the year that presents an opportunity for change on the Glovers Trust Board. We are looking for nominations from adult members interested in serving on the Trust Board from October 2019. ThisContinue Reading

It has gone from bad to worse and we hope there is light at the end of the tunnel. The end of a torrid season (that follow a number of torrid seasons before it) was suppose to be a new start – a chance to hit reset. Instead, all we’veContinue Reading

On Wednesday the 15th of May, at the first Supporters Alliance meeting since the relegation of Yeovil Town FC to the National League, Alliance Chairman Rich Rendell issued a heartfelt statement that was fully endorsed by the Member Groups that were present (Bridport Glovers, Disabled Supporters Association, Glovers Trust, GreenContinue Reading

The Glovers Trust have received the Statement below from Rob Couhig following the announcement on Wednesday that his attempt to purchase the Football Club has fallen through: “I am disappointed that the owners of Huish Park Partnership Limited, John Fry and Norman Hayward, and I were not able to satisfactorilyContinue Reading

If the end of the season and relegation wasn’t enough of a farce, then the ongoing takeover of the club is extra indignation that our club and its supporters could well have done without. There is frustration and anger at the lack of progress and communication. We, like many, expectedContinue Reading

Darren Way’s departure from YTFC was regrettable but necessary considering the situation the club finds itself in. Darren has been a great servant to the club and his contributions, especially as a player, cannot be underestimated. That said, it was time to part company to enable in earnest the hardContinue Reading