┆"The Football Trust has a special responsibility contained in its Trust Deed to assist projects which are aimed at tackling hooliganism associated with football. Its first initiative was to convene a major one-day conference in London on 'Hooliganism and Football' in 1981…\[…\]…Specific projects to be grant aided have included the installation of closed circuit television for police use at all major League grounds, assistance towards transport improvements (railway stations, coach parks etc.), commissioning of research by Leicester University and the Tourism and Recreation Unit at the University of Edinburgh into crowd behaviour at British football grounds, and amongst English and Scottish supporters travelling to the World Cup finals in Spain in 1982, and supporters of club sides playing European matches abroad. // \[…\] The Trust paid half the cost of a new railway station in Watford…it is committed to a similar arrangement in Leeds…it has contributed…towards the cost of a new platform at Nottingham railway station…a new exit at Wembley…work at Haymarket station, Edinburgh… Aston Villa F.C. for a new coach park. // A further recent initiative has been the establishment of a specific fund to assist all clubs in the Scottish and Football Leagues with the costs of policing their grounds. For the 1984-85 season a little under £1 million was spent in this way, which was sufficient to pay 35 per cent of the police charges for League matches." (From a 'A Major Initiative in Support of Football', a background paper published by the Football Trust, please see S/005/04/01/004).