Radio Hereford FC will be broadcasting a LIVE show this Friday night (December 1st) from Blackpool.

Not only will we be looking ahead to the Bulls exciting FA Cup 2nd Round tie against Fleetwood, but we will also be gaining an insight into what has been happening at Blackpool FC in recent years.

As you may be aware, Blackpool Supporters Trust have faced their own battles, and like Hereford in the past, they have had grievances with the clubs ownership. We have had to come back from the extinction of Hereford United, whereas Blackpool supporters have had to watch as their club has been dismantled.

However, things are now on the up for both Hereford & Blackpool.

Join Keith Hall (Radio Hereford FC, BBC Hereford & Worcester, HUST Press & Fundraising), Frank Williams (Radio Hereford FC, HUST Press Officer) and Joanie Roberts, (Radio Hereford FC, HUST Board member for Marketing & Promotions). They will be joined by Christine Seddon, (Chairperson, Blackpool Supporters Trust) who will be accompanied by other BST members.

Find out how the work of Supporters Trusts have been influential in the outcomes for both Clubs.

The show will start at 7.30 pm and will come live from the Bar of The Excelsior, Lytham Rd, Blackpool FY1 6EU.

It will be broadcast on Radio Hereford FC on the official website and other platforms. (see links below).

Supporters from Blackpool and visiting fans from Hereford who may be in Blackpool as we prepare for our FA Cup tie at Fleetwood the following day, are welcome to join us.

Two Clubs. Two Trusts. One Family

Links you may need for the broadcast.

Official site:

Tunein radio:

For both of the above simple click on the play button within the player box.


Radio Hereford FC Facebook page

Use the APP button or the LISTEN LIVE tab or link in pinned post


Other links for background information:

Blackpool Supporters Trust Official site

BST Facebook page:

Recent High Court Judgement re: Blackpool FC

Hereford United Supporters Trust:

HUST Facebook Page:

Hereford United wound up in High Court:

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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