Why does the Foundation Oldham exist?

In 2003, we nearly lost our club. As part of a fan lead campaign money was raised to save the club from administration. £200,000 was invested in the club and the then owners issued a 3% shareholding in the club.

What is the Foundation Oldham’s objectives?

To ensure football remains in Oldham.

Who is Foundation Oldham?

The Foundation is anyone who Is a stakeholder in Oldham Athletic. The Foundation serves all fans of Oldham Athletic and the community which the football club serves. Membership to the Foundation Oldham provides stakeholders a greater voice.

Latest Posts

Oldham Athletic Supporters Foundation – Strategy Update

We are pleased to communicate an update of the Oldham Athletic Supporters Foundation strategy. Oldham Athletic Supporters Foundation is our official company name as registered at Companies House; we will no longer use the Trust Oldham terminology and will update our social media channels in due course. We will also be adopting a new logo […]

Trust Oldham Involvement in FSA Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting Review – and what we know about the relative position of Oldham Athletic

Introduction Trust Oldham Director and the Trust’s FSA (Football Supporters Association) Representative Philippa Whittaker has been an expert contributor to a Project run by Mark Middling, a Northumbria University academic, and the FSA. Philippa is a retired Senior Lecturer in Accountancy and Financial Management at Salford University with specific experience of football club finances. Trust […]

Trust and Club Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Oldham Athletic Supporters Foundation (Trust Oldham) is pleased to announce that a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been agreed with Oldham Athletic AFC. The MoU seeks to formalise the working relationship between the Club and the Trust. It documents each organisations area of operations, our shared values and the need for sharing of information. The […]

Trust Statement

The Club Board made the Trust, as a shareholder, aware via Club representative Paul Hughes, of the resignation of long-standing Director Barry Owen. Whilst we are aware of some of the background, we are unable to comment further. We are also aware of the withdrawal of support from some Club sponsors; whilst we have voiced […]

Trust meets CEO Karl Evans.

Instead of finalising our Trust strategy on Wednesday 17 March, we zoom met with Club CEO Karl Evans We discussed a number of topics and we have summarised them below: Current season ticket: Sales of 595 (as of close of business 17/03/21), has generated £64K of business for the club. Karl has been surprised of […]

When we meet

Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of the month.

Please click here to go to our events page for the dates of meetings and other planned events.