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Please note - we will be situated in our new home, the U's Supporters Bar next to Hot Shots before every U's game to take coach bookings, membership, programme enquiries and anything else we can help our members with

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Please note - In conjunction with Colchester United, the CUSA operates a Safeguarding Policy for under 18's when they are travelling with us on our organised coaches. We kindly ask our under 18 members, together with their parent/guardian to also complete and return the Registration Form which can be found on our Membership page, and to read and understand the Safeguarding Policy, also on the Membership page

Please be aware that for your protection and ours, the CUSA will not be able to accept under 16's on the coach without a parent/guardian accompanying them 

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Our latest CUSA Badge and the 2019-2020 Season Bar are still available for sale at £3.50 each - please get in touch if you would like to collect or have one posted

6 April 2020

A number of supporters have been contacted by players, backroom staff or someone from Football in the Community enquiring how they are managing in these difficult times and in some cases offering help including shopping.

This gesture is much appreciated by CUSA, bringing together the fans and the football club, whilst we are all missing our football during the lockdown.

Keep safe and well, we all need to play our part in seeing off this invasive virus

3 April 2020

This weeks' Banter with Burns is now live on this site for you to read...

28 March 2020

Update from the FSA : on Tuesday 23rd March the Government announced it would be taking on all costs from train operating companies and all advanced rail tickets, and some seasonal rail tickets, are being refunded. You will still need to use the contact information for your train company below to claim your refund for travel booked.

Link to the FSA advice on travel and accomodation

22 March 2020

Very sorry to have lost one of our most loyal of members, and a man who was utterly devoted to Colchester United for so many years. He will be sorely missed and all of our thoughts and prayers go to his family and friends at this most terrible of times. RIP Paul Wright

Paul had a unique "affection" for referees, particularly one or two, which are best not to name publicly. All who knew him will really miss his critical opinion of the men in black

2 March 2020

Huge congratulations to Jamie Cureton, Chris Iwelumo and Lomana Tresor Lua Lua, for being inducted into the U's Hall of Fame

Fantastic players for the U's

1 March 2020

Safer Gambling Campaign

The CUSA is in support of the partnership between the FSA and BeGambleAware and would draw our members attention to the FSA Safer Gambling Hub for a whole raft of information that you may like to share amongst your family and friends, or even your own grassroots football team

15 February 2020

U's fan Aaron Finch is undertaking a massive challenge in aid of MIND, the mental health charity, and has sent us the following appeal:

On Sunday 5th July, I will be completing a summit of Yorkshire's three tallest peaks in one day, which will see me accomplish an ascent of 1,532m – higher than Ben Nevis, and cover a marathon distance trek – but with three hills!

I will be completing this challenge with people from across the football community, and this challenge will be a test of fitness, endurance and team spirit. Because dealing with a mental health problem is no walk in the park!

This is a charity close to me so I would appreciate your help in reaching my target! Any donations are greatly appreciated!

Through Virgin Money Giving, you can sponsor me and donations will be quickly processed and passed to Mind. 

Virgin Money Giving is a not for profit organisation and will claim gift aid on a charity's behalf where the donor is eligible for this.

https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/AaronFinch

6 February 2020

Safe Standing update from the Football Supporters Association:

"This week the Government has confirmed that it will be implementing its manifesto commitment to reform the all-seater legislation covering the Championship and Premier League. Sports minister Nigel Adams said the Government is “keen to deliver” its pledge on allowing standing sections to be introduced in the top two divisions.

The Sports Ground Safety Authority (SGSA) has been tasked by the Government to produce a new report ahead of any legislation coming to Parliament. SGSA inspectors will be visiting several grounds over the course of the season and report back to the Department of Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) with their findings"

Whilst only the top 2 divisions are being discussed at the moment, it is at least a step in the right direction. For all of the report please visit the News section at www.thefsa.org.uk 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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