If you're looking for coach travel to Sky Blues matches between now and the end of the season then get in touch with our good friends at Twist & Shout fanzine who have transport arranged for a number of our remaining fixtures.
A few seats are still available for Saturday's trip to Mansfield Town. Cost is £12 with an 11.30am departure from The Wallace Pub, Keresley Road, Coventry, CV6 2JF.
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There's also currently coaches going to Notts County on April 7th and Cheltenham Town on April 28th. Both cost £11 and depart from The Wallace at 11.30am.
To book your place or for further details please contact Jimbo on 07508 307046.Write comment (0 Comments)
TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE!!
The Sky Blue Trust is delighted to announce that our next Open Meeting will feature special guests to give our members an insight into the Sky Blues academy. We're delighted to be joined by Academy coach Richard Stevens as well as a rising star from the Academy's current exciting crop of young talent. We'll also be joined by a former player who came through the city youth system, Dietmar Bruck as well as club historian Jim Brown who amongst other topics will be on hand to talk about his latest book about the 1967 promotion season.
The meeting will take place on Monday February 19th at The Albany Social club, 10 Earlsdon Street, Coventry with a prompt 7.30pm start.
Trust members and guests are invited to apply for a place in the audience by registering via the "Next Event" panel on the right, or via our Facebook page
Please note there will no entry permitted unless you have registered in advance for what we are certain will be a popular event.
Places are limited so we would urge you to book your place early.
We look forward to seeing you for what promises to be a very interesting and informative evening.
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I am writing on behalf of the Sky Blue Trust, the largest
independent group of Coventry City supporters, with almost 3000 members.
Following the match against Cambridge United on 30 January 2018, Coventry
City have only 8 League Two matches scheduled to be played at the Ricoh
Arena before the end of the current season. As you may know, the
agreement between the Football Club and the Arena's owners - Wasps Rugby
Club, which allows such games to be played at the Arena, expires at the
end of the season.
Coventry City are therefore just 8 games away from homelessness. Unless a
suitable home ground, which meets all the relevant standards, can be
secured before the start of the 2018/19 season, Coventry City may cease to
You may also know that Otium Entertainment Group Ltd (who trade as
"Coventry City FC"), Sky Blue Sports & Leisure Ltd and ARVO Master Fund
Limited are taking court proceedings against Coventry City Council and
Wasps. Following a recent preliminary Court of Appeal hearing, mediation
is to take place and is due to be concluded by . That may
resolve the issue of the future home ground for the football club. But if
it does not, by , there will only be 3 home games left before
the season - and possibly the Club's very existence - ends.
Under your Chairmanship, what is now the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Committee has carried out some powerful investigations into the state of
English football. We believe that the crisis at Coventry City highlights
many of the worst features of governance in our national game.
Therefore, please can you tell me what steps you could now take, as a
matter of urgency, to bring about a resolution to the continuing grave
uncertainty as to where Coventry City will play their home games? I hope
you share the strong wish of Sky Blues fans everywhere that the Club must
be enabled to play their home games in the City of Coventry beyond the end
of the current season?
I have recently written in similar terms to the following Members of
Parliament for constituencies in and around Coventry:
Colleen Fletcher (Coventry North East)
Geoffrey Robinson (Coventry North West)
Jim Cunningham (Coventry South)
Dame Caroline Spelman (Meriden)
Mark Pawsey (Rugby)
Marcus Jones (Nuneaton & Bedworth)
Jeremy Wright (Kenilworth & Southam)
Chris Heaton-Harris (Daventry)
Nadhim Zahawi (Stratford)
Craig Tracey (North Warwickshire)
Matt Western (Warwick and Leamington)
Several of those have replied to me and I gather may be considering some
sort of joint initiative.
As Coventry City supporters are increasingly alarmed about the
growing urgency of this matter and the apparent brinkmanship of the
various parties involved, please could I have your response to this
message by , the date of the home game with
Secretary, the Sky Blue Trust
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