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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

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Stat attack: Bears seal top spot
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Stat attack: Bears seal top spot

Take a look back at some of the records that Pat Lam's Bears have broken during the 2020/21 regular Gallagher Premiership season.

Posted: Monday, June 14th 2021 • Rugby

Premiership Rugby statement: Bristol Bears vs London Irish
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Premiership Rugby statement: Bristol Bears vs London Irish

Premiership Rugby can confirm that London Irish’s Gallagher Premiership Rugby match against Bristol Bears - scheduled for today - has been called off.

Posted: Saturday, June 12th 2021 • Rugby

Michael Miller - The First Interview
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Michael Miller - The First Interview

Watch our exclusive first interview with Michael Miller as a Bristol Flyers player.

Posted: Friday, June 11th 2021 • Basketball

Match preview: London Irish (h) - Gallagher Premiership
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Match preview: London Irish (h) - Gallagher Premiership

Everything you need to know ahead of the round 22 Gallagher Premiership clash with London Irish at Ashton Gate.

Posted: Friday, June 11th 2021 • Rugby

Bristol Bears announce retained list
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Bristol Bears announce retained list

Bristol Bears are delighted to confirm the retained squad list from July 1st, 2021, with over 65% of the players in the first team squad now heading into at least their fourth season under Pat Lam.

Posted: Friday, June 11th 2021 • Rugby