The Red Imps Community Trust is delighted to have as our main sponsor

You can join the Trust via the Football Club season ticket deals for each season – Trust membership is included for FREE as part of this.  However if you are not a season ticket holder you can still join the Trust for just £5 from the link below:


Join the Trust


Each home game come and see us in our newly built Fan Pod – with thanks to Lindum Construction. We’ll be here to talk to you, have events and presentations and also be selling old programmes and merchandise.

The Red Imps Community Trust was formed in 2001 during a time when Lincoln City FC was not enjoying the best of fortune both on and off the pitch, in fact to consider what may have happened to the football club if the Trust had not been formed quite frankly does not bear thinking about.

So now – more than twenty years later with the club flourishing in League One, is the Trust still needed, and what role does The Red Imps Community Trust currently play?

The Trust currently has approximately over 6,000 members, over 150 of these are former players, some of whom can be found in the Fans Zone on home match days where, under the guidance of the Former Players Association Chairman Gavin Gordon, they will answer your questions about current and historic matters.

The Trust is administered by a Board of Directors, two of whom are also on the boards of Lincoln City FC Ltd and Lincoln City Holdings Ltd, so the Trust plays a significant role in the important decisions the club has to make. Directors on the Trust Board serve a term of three years, would that interest you to volunteer your time?

Our two Directors on the Club Boards are Mandi Slater who represents our Gold Members section and Rob Bradley who represents the remainder of the Trust Supporters. Both Directors are elected biannually by the members of The Trust.

A third Trust Board Director, Steve Tointon is also a Club Director in his own right.

There is a genuine opportunity for any adult trust member to become a Director on the Trust Board and the above boards.

Members of the Trust Board also meet with the Club CEO, Liam Scully, who is an honorary member of the Trust. The meetings have an open agenda and many various issues are discussed particularly with reference to the improvement of the match day experience at the LNER stadium.

The Trust:

  • owns in excess of a million shares in Lincoln City Holdings Ltd, an amount soon to be increased and also own shares in Lincoln City FC Ltd.
  • arranges various functions such as race nights, quiz nights and the recent children’s Christmas party arranged in conjunction with LISA.
  • is prepared to support and work with any other Imps fans groups.  
  • Membership of the Trust starts at £5 per year.

Finally thanks to Tension Twisted Realities who have agreed to sponsor the Trust for this year, which means membership fees are able to be used positively and not spent on Trust admin costs.

If you have any questions regarding The Red Imps Community Trust or feel like getting involved, please contact the Trust Company Secretary at media@redimpstrust.co.uk

And don’t forget, you can join us each home league – and some cup – games in the fan village.