Given that the economic motives of franchisors and franchisees are not totally aligned, trust is an important issue in franchise relationships. Franchisors typically are the dominant partner and this may make franchisees feel vulnerable to their franchisors’ actions. For this reason it is important that franchisees trust their franchisors. This chapter summarizes and reviews literature on antecedents of franchisee trust as knowledge on such antecedents can help franchisors in improving the management of their franchise relationships. However, a major conclusion of this chapter is that knowledge on antecedents of franchisee trust is still fragmented. The chapter therefore ends by discussing several avenues for future research.