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The Trust meets most months in central London. All members are welcome to attend and participate in discussions about our activities and future plans. Meetings last for approximately ninety minutes. There are refreshments available and usually some willing company for a trip to the pub. Please make sure you are receiving our newsletter updates or check the website for the dates of meetings.

Previous: AST Xmas drinks in the WM Club, Emirates Stadium

Monday 12th December 2011 - 18:30

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust board is once again delighted to invite our members to join us for Christmas Drinks in the WM Club at the Emirates Stadium. This is a fabulous opportunity to meet your fellow AST members, Fanshare members and Arsenal executives in the impressive surroundings of the WM Club. 

This exclusive private members restaurant, bar and lounge is named after the revolutionary 3-2-2-3 WM formation introduced by Herbert Chapman and his team captain Charlie Buchan in the 1920s. The formation went on to provide the foundations for the great success the club enjoyed under Chapman.

The WM Club is available thanks to the support of Arsenal Football Club. Invitation is strictly by guest list only. A cash bar will be available.

If you wish to attend you must register in advance. No tickets will be issued. Please email info@arsenaltrust.org if you are an AST memebr to register your attendance.

Previous: AST October Meeting

Monday 10th October 2011 - 18:30

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust will meet on Monday 10 October at 6.30pm at the offices of Nabarro (view a map).

The meeting will receive an update on the latest report and accounts published by Arsenal Holdings PLC (covering the financial year June 1 2010 to 31 May 2011) from Nigel Phillips. 

There will also be a discussion from special guest Andy Green. Andy is a Manchester United fan who scrutines the ownership and finances of the Old Trafford Club with an impartial and rigorous eye. His work can be read at http://www.andersred.blogspot.com and on twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/andersred

Among the subjects Andy will give his own observations on, and swap ideas with AST members, are the pros and cons of American ownership; why the Manchester United commercial operation is so strong and whether Financial Fair Play (FFP) is both likely to happen and a good thing if it does.

Previous: AST September Meeting

Monday 12th September 2011 - 09:25

The Arsenal Supporters' Trust met on the evening of Monday 12 September at the offices of Nabarro. The AST used this session to build on the feedback we secured from both the 2011 AST annual members survey and the Q&A with Ivan Gazidis in June so that all members could contribute their views into the policy positions the AST takes on key issues this Autumn.

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