Tickets remain for Pompey Trust event

Pompey Supporters' Trust chairman Ashley Brown, centre, with club chief executive Mark Catlin, left, and chairman Iain McInnes
Pompey Supporters' Trust chairman Ashley Brown, centre, with club chief executive Mark Catlin, left, and chairman Iain McInnes

Around 170 tickets still remain for the Pompey Supporters’ Trust’s second annual meeting.

The Fratton Park 
event is scheduled to take place on Friday, July 18, in the Victory Lounge from 5pm.

Exclusively for shareholders, a presentation will be made of the club’s ongoing progress under community ownership.

Andy Awford and chief executive Mark Catlin will also be present, 
along with what is expected to be the first-team squad.

The evening will offer supporters the chance to mix with the players and ask questions to those running the football 
club.

The maximum capacity is 340, with half of those tickets already being distributed already.

Yet plenty remain and shareholders are urged to book in advance to ensure admittance.

In addition, a separate meeting for Trust members – and not shareholders – will be organised for later in the year.

For more information, visit the Trust website at pompeytrust.com

Meanwhile, from the start of the forthcoming season, Trust shareholders are to be given the same benefits as season-ticket holders when applying for match tickets.

At it stands, season-ticket holders can apply for match tickets 48 hours before going on general sale.

Now Trust shareholders will be able to do the same during the ‘priority window’ – providing a 
great chance of securing tickets for Pompey fixtures.