PST & Fansbet

The Posh Supporters Trust has agreed to a partnership with the online betting company Fansbet.

Fansbet are bookmakers with a difference as they give back 50% of their net profit to supporters groups, such as the PST.

The PST advocates responsible gambling, so we don’t wish to encourage people to start betting if they don’t already do so, but if you do already enjoy a flutter, then why not use Fansbet instead of your usual online betting service.

You can find Fansbet at and if you choose to sign up with them, please nominate Peterborough United as you chosen team and if your bet loses, at least you know that not all of you money is going into the pocket of the bookie, some of it is coming back to the Trust, which we in turn will use on community projects, such as the Smile Scheme and other projects. The money we receive from Fansbet can help the football club in the future.

Fansbet offer all the same betting markets as the other online services, but will also offer special enhanced odds offers exclusively aimed at Posh fans, such as the “Perfect Day” which will give generous odds on, for example, a Posh to win, Cambridge to lose and Northampton to lose multiple bet.

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Match Reports from the 1960/61 Season

The PST have today (Sunday 20 May 2018) published a new sub-section on its on-line museum.

It’s “Match Reports from the 1960/61 season”, which for those who aren’t old enough / or know was Posh’s first season in the Football League. So now you can relive / find out for the first time how the Posh took the 4th Division by storm that season.

All you have to do is click on the link below and simply click on the match number next to the fixture you want to read about and it will take you to the match report for that game.

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Latest News from The Posh

More games at the ABAX next season!  Steve Evans has confirmed that the club will operate with an under 23 side for next season, with a number of those fixtures set to take place at the ABAX Stadium with supporters allowed to attend and watch.

Welcome back Matthew Etherington!  Posh have appointed former player Matthew Etherington as the new under 18s manager with the ex-Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Stoke City and England international taking the reins on 6th June.

Steve Evans 1st Signing for next season!  Accrington Stanley shot-stopper and  League Two Golden Glove winner Aaron Chapman. The 27-year-old signing a pre-contract which will begin on 1st July 2018.  Aaron, had numerous other offers from League One clubs, was pleased to get the deal done before the summer break and is raring to go for pre-season. “I love football, I have had a little break and to be honest, I am already ready to get back and get started. It is good to get the deal done so early and I can’t wait to help Posh with their ambition of getting into the Championship.

Steve Evans has made his second signing!  With the arrival of experienced centre back Rhys Bennett on a two-year contract, which will begin on the 1st July 2018. The 26-year-old has over 200 appearances under his belt and has played a host of those games at League One level with Rochdale. He played under Evans and assistant manager Paul Raynor this season with Mansfield Town and the Posh boss is delighted with the second acquisition of his re-building process.

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Ask the Board

The PST Board are holding their next meeting on Thursday 10th May.

If any member has any questions, concerns or issues that they would like the Board to discuss at the meeting, please contact us at by 5.00pm on Wednesday 9th May 2018.

The matter will be discussed under ‘Any Other Business’ and we will provide a reply to the member who raises the matter direct.

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Safe Standing petition

The PST believe football fans at all levels of the game should have the choice to stand or sit at football grounds and as such are fully supportive of West Bromwich Albion’s application to install more than 3,000 rail seats in the Smethwick End at the Hawthorns.

Unfortunately their application was rejected by the Sports Minister Tracey Crouch. Compounding the disappointment of the decision, Crouch said that she wanted to see current regulations, prohibiting persistent standing, more strictly enforced and labelled those campaigning for change to the legislation a “vocal minority”!

Her comments have caused a backlash from supporters and even the Football Safety Officers Association (FSOA) have publicly criticised the Government’s stance on the issue, claiming a pilot at West Brom would be a “perfect opportunity to gather much-needed data” on rail seating.

The PST are backing this petition and hope you will sign this petition.

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