Bristol City Community Trust has launched a much-improved half-time prize draw competition.
For just £1, there are three top prizes on offer. There's a guaranteed first prize jackpot of £500, with a runner-up scooping £50.
Sellers are located at the usual spots around the ground, and there is also the opportunity to buy tickets inside Ashton Gate as well, with sellers in each of the main stands.
Prizes that are not claimed on the day need to be redeemed by 5pm on the next working day. All winners are tweeted form the BCCommTrust Twitter Account once the draw is complete.
£500; Ticket No. 21212 – Ian McLean
£50; Ticket No. 21213 – Joy Arnold
Signed Shirt; Ticket No. 00431 – Ellie Hodgkins
£500; Ticket No. 00057 – Nick Summerill
£50; Ticket No. 21094 – Trevor Birleson
Signed Ball; Ticket No. 00250 – unclaimed
£500; Ticket No. 21817 – Gerald Wilkins
£50; Ticket No. 00878 – Ian Ward
Signed Scarf; Ticket No. 01411 – Rose Hutton
£500; Ticket No. 22333 (red) – Tony Lewis
£50; Ticket No. 02102 (white) – Mike & Samuel Toye
Signed Football; Ticket No. 02320 (white) – Sue Last
£500; Ticket number 23257 - Peter Wallis
£50; Ticket number 23759 - Steve Grimwood
Signed Programme; Ticket number 23264 - unclaimed
£500; Ticket number 24402 - Neil Barnes
£50; Ticket number 23778 - Rob Trotter
Signed BCFC football; Ticket number 03319 - unclaimed
£500; ticket number 23993 – Paul Jones
£50; ticket number 25751 – unclaimed
Signed programme; ticket number 25003 – unclaimed
£500; ticket number 24044 – Ron Hill
£50; ticket number 05432 – Alan Jarrett
Signed programme – Gordon Miles
Preston North End
£500; ticket number 04690 - Simon Clark
£50; ticket number 27087 - Allan Cousins
Signed Bristol City ball; Ticket number 05933 - Andy Vinson
AFC Telford United
£500; ticket number 06110 - Ian Butcher
£50; ticket number 27243 - unclaimed
Signed programme; ticket number 27159 - John Clarke
£500; ticket number 26859 - Jay & Maisie Beese
£50; ticket number 28015 - unclaimed
Signed programme; ticket number 04081 - Joanne Baber
The profits the matchday draw continue to support the Bristol City Community Trust, which focuses on health, social inclusion and education.
The Trust aims to increase sporting participation and develop better football players. They run a number of programmes which help coach the next generation and bring opportunity to all.
The Community Trust currently operate five centres across the city, which will soon increase to seven as the Trust takes over the running and management of the club's Junior Academy.
The plan is to deliver even more centres in season 2014/15 so the Trust and its coaches can come into contact with even more children.