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Inverness Caledonian Thistle Supporters Trust are to call an emergency meeting of our members next week with all club shareholders also invited to attend.

This is in view of the crisis which we believe is now looming over our club.

The decision to call this meeting was finally prompted by the team's continuing string of poor results and performances.

Read more: Press Release 30-12-08


tcsThe subject of “who owns Tulloch Caledonian Stadium” has become a discussion point among the fans of Inverness Caledonian Thistle over the past few months and the Board of the Supporters Trust have had extensive talks with the club and Tulloch Homes Group on the matter over the last couple of weeks.

Read more: Stadium Ownership


Centre for Access to Football in EuropeInverness Caley Thistle’s Supporters Trust are delighted to announce the launch of the new ICT Disabled Supporters Association.

The Disabled Supporters Association will be part of the Supporters Trust and will give disabled supporters a voice.

The new Association will work with the Club to help improve the experience of going to matches at the Tulloch Caledonian Stadium for all disabled fans, their families, friends and carers. Money raised through membership of the Association will go toward improving facilities for disabled fans.

It will also be a group where people can meet other Caley Thistle fans and make new friends.

Read more: ICT Disabled Supporters Association


Established in 2005, Caley Jags Together (formerly ICT Supporters Trust) is an Industrial and Provident Society, regulated by the Financial Services Authority under the name Inverness Caledonian Thistle Supporters Society Limited, registered no 2665RS.