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STAR is a non-profit organisation run by a number of voltuneers for the benefit of Reading FC supporters.

STAR is a non-profit organisation run by a number of voltuneers for the benefit of all Reading FC supporters.

Membership for STAR lasts a season and costs a very minimal price of 10 for adults and 5 for concessions. Membership with STAR has many benefits such as social events, money-off discounts and the opportunity of coach travel to every away game.

They also provide a section dedicated to Royals fans living away from the area called STAR Exiles. There are many exile groups around the globe such as USA Royals, Irish Royals and even Maltese Royals!

The STAR HQ is located opposite the East Stand at the Madejski Stadium and is open every home game and every tuesday night.

For any more information click here.

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Date:Sunday June 19 2011

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