Membership Launch Updated- form now available!

Join CTSA for priority ticketing and discounted travel to days like this!

Monday June 11th. Henry the Eighth’s Wedding Anniversary (if he bought her a hat, she’d probably be OK). Hugh Laurie’s Birthday. The anniversary of the only “successful” escape from Alcatraz (well, if you class success as being drowned or eaten by a shark, or both).

Oh, and a small matter of a CTSA membership launch for 2012/13 and England kicking off their European Championship campaign with a match against France! Both happening from 3PM live in a Redz Bar near you! There will be a complimentary barbecue too. Get it in your diary now!

Just to point out, this year CTSA membership is for adults only- family membership offers children only the travel benefits (which is why family membership is set at the price of two adults). The Club will have their own Junior membership schemes, and all members of these will automatically receive CTSA member benefits. Look out for the launch shortly!


Adult CTSA Membership will cost £15 (Concessions: 65+, DLA, F/T students 16-21- £10.00) and have the following benefits:

  • 2nd priority ticketing for “all ticket” games (after season ticket holders)
  • Discounted CTSA travel provided by the UK Large Coach Operator of the Year
  • 10% club shop discount
  • A monthly “family ticket” draw
  • Retail discounts to be announced shortly
  • A club shop voucher for Redz player subscribers
  • A free CTFC key ring

The CTSA will not have a junior membership scheme this year but will offer member travel concessions to all members of the CTFC junior scheme. Additionally, family memberships (£30) will offer the same travel concessions to up to two under 16’s.

The new membership form is below- click the link- (and in your email inbox) shortly, and we shall see you at Redz on the 11th! The match kicks off at 5. Oh, and look out for details (shortly) of our AGM, to be held on Thursday 19th July.

CTSA Membership 2012/13


  • Gary Maiden

    Dear Ian
    I am a former Devils Trust member? Last year when the trust merged with the supporters club to form the CTSA, I was told that my £100 investment with the trust would be used for future CTSA fees. I trust that this is still the case and no renewal fe is required from myself. Do iI still have to renew the form?

    Regards Gary Maiden

  • Ian Townsend

    Hi Gary, yes, we still need a form! But send no money!

    Take care


  • Barb Robinson

    You can of course send a donation with your form though Gary!
    Just to confirm what Ian has said, we need a new form every year to ensure our records are up to date, but the £100 has bought you 5 years worth of CTSA membership so this will the 2nd of those – 3 more to go before you need to start paying!