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Ingle Departs Vixens For Liverpool

Ingle Departs Vixens For Liverpool

Liverpool Ladies have completed the signing of Bristol Academy and Wales captain, Sophie Ingle.

Posted: Thursday, December 17th 2015

New Era For Women's Football In Bristol

New Era For Women's Football In Bristol

The FA Women’s Super League management committee has approved the name change that will see Bristol Academy Women’s Football Club change to Bristol City Women’s Football Club.

Posted: Friday, December 11th 2015

Report: Notts County 0-1 Bristol Academy

Report: Notts County 0-1 Bristol Academy

Jade Boho Sayo scored the only goal of the game as Bristol Academy claimed their first WSL1 win of the season.

Posted: Wednesday, August 5th 2015

Also from Bristol Sport

Date confirmed for Challenge Cup quarter final
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Date confirmed for Challenge Cup quarter final

European Challenge Cup quarter final clash with Dragons will take place on Friday, September 18th (7.45pm KO) at Ashton Gate and broadcast live on BT Sport HD.

Posted: Thursday, July 16th 2020 • Rugby

Determined Earl relishing Bears loan spell
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Determined Earl relishing Bears loan spell

Ben Earl believes his loan spell at Bristol Bears will give him ‘a different perspective’ on the game after beginning his West Country stint at the club’s new training facility.

Posted: Thursday, July 16th 2020 • Rugby

Additional entertainment at Ashton Gate's Drive-In Cinema Series
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Additional entertainment at Ashton Gate's Drive-In Cinema Series

Following the recent announcement of Ashton Gate Stadium’s upcoming Drive-In Movies, additional entertainment has now been added to the running order.

Posted: Tuesday, July 14th 2020 • Stadium

Bristol Sport teams up with Tokyo Time
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Bristol Sport teams up with Tokyo Time

Bristol Sport is delighted to announce a new partnership with Tokyo Time.

Posted: Tuesday, July 14th 2020 • Rugby

Bears at Home: ‘We wanted to be there every day’
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Bears at Home: ‘We wanted to be there every day’

Wooden Spoon Bristol and Bath, a regional branch of Wooden Spoon, the children’s charity of rugby, today announce the support of three Bristol Bears players.

Posted: Tuesday, July 14th 2020 • Rugby