MoU Meeting 12th February

The OASST held the first structured dialogue meeting, under the MoU, with the club with Peter Leatham & Peter Warburton sitting down with Stanley’s Managing Director, David Burgess. A wide variety of topics were covered and the key outcomes & notes are as follows :  The new main turnstile switch went without a hitch when…

GOAL OF THE MONTH

This months goal of month sees efforts from Joe Pritchard & the late leveller from Ross Sykes both at Fleetwood in the Leasing.com trophy. We also feature Sam Finlay’s effort at Salford, in the same competition  and Dion Charles’s strike in the league away fixture at Burton Albion. Get voting for your favourite with the…

Spare a shirt for Gambia.

Stanley fan and OASST member, Paul Dearnaley, visits the African nation of Gambia on a regular basis and next travels at the end of March. On his visits he regularly takes a few football items for the local children who, like children worldwide, love their football. The big difference is that these people don’t have…

A fitting farewell for Billy

The OASST and the SU provided a fitting tribute to our retiring #29, before the game with AFC Wimbledon. The Ultras, under the guidance of Jase Graham provided a great backdrop, with a 20mt banner and #29 flags as the OASST presented Billy with a framed picture. Says it all ! After a few words,…

OASST sign MoU with ASFC

Pictured, L-R, Peter Warburton (OASST Board member), Andy Holt, Peter Leatham (OASST Chairman) & David Burgess. The OASST have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding ( MoU) with Accrington Stanley. The document commits both parties to a structured dialogue as recommended by a recent government report on fans engagement. We have always enjoyed a good,…

Supporters club help give Winstanley a new lease of life !

Everyone at Accrington Stanley Community Trust would like to say a massive thank you to The Official Accrington Stanley Supporters Club and The Stanley Ultras. In November 2019 they very kindly donated £1,500 that has enabled us to give Winstanley a much needed makeover for 2020. The old Winstanley was over 10 years old and…

New Memorial Garden Announced

The plans were unveiled at the December meeting for a new garden to be sited adjacent to the Clayton End Car Park on the grassed area before the houses. The plan incorporates two curved walls which will house standard plaques in memory of Stanley fans who are no longer with us. These will be available…

Wham Stadium becomes an Asset of Community Value

The OASSC submitted the application last month and it has now been approved by Hyndburn Borough Council Accrington Stanley and the Official Accrington Stanley Supporters’ Club (OASSC) are pleased to confirm that the Wham Stadium has been added to the register of Assets of Community Value (ACV) by Hyndburn Borough Council. The application for inclusion…

Change to away travel

From the 1st of January 2020 we will be changing the way we set our fares for non supporters club members. The non members fare will be the standard fare plus £5, however this will include a membership for the current season. This will then allow travel at members rates for the rest of the…

Members “upgraded” after free draw.

To celebrate breaking the 500 active members a draw was made and 5 lucky members were upgraded to lifetime members. Pictured are Callum Gibson & Mark Langley receiving their lifetime badges before the Crewe game.