An independent voice for all supporters


Our aim is to create a channel for a continuous and constructive dialogue between supporters and the Cardiff Rugby board and management.

Our Focus

Our focus is on Cardiff Rugby and its associated teams. For us, this clearly includes Cardiff RFC. Call us old fashioned, but we still think in terms of 1sts and 2nds!


The Trust provides supporters with a clear, powerful and democratic voice. When big decisions are made about our club we believe that your voice, the independent voice of the supporters, must be heard.


We want to help the club, not hinder it. This is not a rebellion or mutiny. We want to be a critical friend that supports and works with the board to help make Cardiff rugby great again.


Our club is our community. We want to strengthen the bonds between the club and all its supporters.


We want to preserve the history of the club, while promoting its current regional responsibilities. Evolution is good, but our history and heritage are key to defining who we are.

Recent Articles

A Few Words From A Critical Friend
Steve Coombs | 10 April
CF10’s position has always been that it wishes to be seen as a “critical friend” by the club. Criticising when necessary and telling home truths when the club needs to be told some home truths. Because we want the club to succeed. Our criticism comes from a place of love. This intention needs to...
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Preview: Cardiff v Toulouse
Dan Pearce | 11 December
It won't quite be the spectacle we all imagined when Cardiff meet Toulouse in the opening game of the 2021/22 Heineken Champions Cup at the Arms Park on Saturday, 1pm kick-off. Rather than the Blue and Blacks testing ourselves against the reigning French and European champions in a repeat of the...
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Cardiff Arms Park - the Stadium in the Heart of the City
Sally Carter | 08 November
  Cardiff Arms Park was developed on land created by the diverting of the River Taff. Always prone to flooding, its boundaries dictated and restricted by the river on one side and the rapidly growing city hemming it in on the other, its location has always been problematic. It’s a ground that grew...
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