The PST has today (Wednesday 20th September 2017) published a Football League Cup section on our on-line museum.
The section contains facts, photo’s, statistics and information about Posh’s exploits in the League Cup including details of our first game, our first goal, our record victory, top goal scorers, players who have made the most starting appearances, record attendances etc..
To view the page simply click on the “Museum” tab at the top of this page and select The Football League Cup from the drop down menu.
If you would like us to add any more information about the Posh’s exploits in the League Cup please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your requests.
Posh Supporters Trust
Connecting Club and Community
“Safeguarding the future of Peterborough United
by ensuring all fans have a voice”
“A Dream Come True”
The PST are in the fortunate position of meeting with PUFC monthly to discuss fans experiences with and views about the club. This enables the club to understand fans experiences and views, and improve the partnership between fans of the club and the club itself.
Our next meeting with the club is Monday 11th September 2017.
Therefore if there is anything you would like the Trust to raise on your behalf with the club, please contact us at email@example.com by 9.00pm on Sunday 10th September 2017.
The next Posh Supporters Trust newsletter is going to be distributed on Saturday 9th September before the home game against Bradford City.
We are looking for volunteers to help distribute the newsletter at the ABAX between 1:30pm and 2:55pm.If you can help us out with the distribution we would be extremely grateful. Just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The bronze statue of former Posh player, skipper, team manager, commercial manager, chief executive, chairman and owner Chris Turner was unveiled today 1st September.
The 9ft (2.75m) statue by Suffolk based sculptor Sean Hedges Quinn was funded by fans, local businesses and the club who raised over £103k for the statue in just 18 months.
The statue was unveiled by Chris’s wife Lynne at 3.00pm in front of hundreds of fans and onlookers.