North Wales Crusaders held a fans forum at Maesgwyn Hall last Saturday, gaining valuable feedback from supporters.
The event started with Crusaders head coach Anthony Murray, assistant coach Alan Hadcroft and team manager and statistician Si Reynolds giving a presentation to supporters.
They went through the journey from pre-season until now and the preparation carried out on a week-to-week basis, showing the preview and review videos shared with players and the level of statistics players receive after each match.
Following the presentation, the floor was opened up for questions and discussions took place on a number of different areas.
- Crusaders’ Supporters Trust can provide a valuable extra income for the club so ideas were shared about how to encourage more fans to sign up.
- Possible home venues in the future were talked about and whether it would allow the club to generate more money through larger crowds and increased sponsorship and commercial opportunities.
- Fans and staff discussed how the club can encourage more fans to attend matches, generating more income that will allow Crusaders to move to the next level and spend a similar budget to other clubs in League 1.
Crusaders chief executive Andy Moulsdale said: “The fans forum was really encouraging and I think everybody gained a lot from it.
“We’re now in a stable position as a club, but we held the fans forum to gain feedback from fans and see how they felt we could continue our progression.
“The presentation from our coaching staff was excellent and it showed how hard they work as a team to give the players the best preparation possible.”