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AST Review of Arsenal's half-year Finances

Posted Friday 27th March 2015

AST Analysis of Arsenal Holdings PLC Half Year Accounts

For the period 1 June 2014 to 30 November 2014

This analysis has been produced by AST Board member Simon Hill.

Firstly, we set out a simplified overview of the Arsenal's accounts in a table format. The figures are drawn directly from… Read More

A better deal for match-going fans

Posted Friday 20th February 2015

Today, three leading Arsenal fans' organisations and the club's main fanzine wrote to Arsenal CEO Ivan Gazidis, asking for a meeting to discuss how we can get a better deal for match-going fans. 

Arsenal Supporters' Trust (AST) together with  REDaction, Black Scarf Movement (BSM) and The… Read More

AST evidence to Govt Football Expert Group

Posted Tuesday 20th January 2015

The Department for Culture, Media and Sport recently established an Expert Working Group on Football Supporter Ownership and Engagement. It subsequently issued a call for evidence on the barriers to increasing supporter ownership and engagement in clubs.

More detail about the terms of reference… Read More

AST writes to Arsenal Board on Ticket Prices

Posted Thursday 20th November 2014

The AST recently wrote to Arsenal Chairman Sir Chips Keswick setting out our position on ticket price discussions for season 2015/16 and urging for improvements to be made to the Ticket Exhcange system so that more fans can have an opportunity to watch Arsenal. The letter is set out in full… Read More

Did Arsenal need a 3% ticket rise?

Posted Wednesday 12th November 2014

AST Board member Simon Hill looks at Arsenal finances and ask whether the Club really needed to increase prices by 3% last season and suggests how a more custodianship approach can be brought to ticket pricing:

In the recently released 2013/14 accounts, Arsenal reported revenues above  £300m… Read More

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