An independent voice for all supporters

OUR VISION

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

Our Focus

Our focus is on Cardiff Blues 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!

BE HEARD

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.

SUPPORT

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.

COMMUNITY

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

PROTECT

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 new dawn, or a false dawn?
CF10 Rugby Trust | 21 May
Well, what a season 2017-8 turned out to be. Surely none of us would have predicted a second Challenge Cup win and a return to the Champions Cup on the back of our losses to Edinburgh, Leinster, Glasgow and Munster last September. Danny and the squad have worked miracles, the growing culture within...
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Pain, permits and progress: Cardiff RFC's 2017/18 season
Dan Pearce | 16 May
Amidst the jubilation of Cardiff Blues winning a second European Challenge Cup on Friday night, Cardiff RFC's season also came to an end on the weekend, albeit in slightly less glamorous circumstances. Indeed, the 17-20 loss to Ebbw Vale at the Arms Park on Saturday sort of summed up the Blue...
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Cardiff Blues 31-30 Gloucester - Cardiff Blues are European Challenge Cup Champions once again
Dan Pearce | 14 May
Cardiff Blues won a second European Challenge Cup in remarkable fashion after completing an unlikely comeback from 6-20 down against Gloucester at the San Mames Stadium in Bilbao on Friday. It was a fitting end to a fine second half of the season for Wales' Capital Region, which saw us lose just...
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