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Supporter Services closed this morning

Supporter Services closed this morning

Supporter Services will be unavailable from 9-11am this morning for internal training (Monday).

Posted: Monday, October 12th 2020

Bristol Sport TV is back for the 2019/20 season!

Bristol Sport TV is back for the 2019/20 season!

Join us for our new monthly programme as we feature exclusive interviews and news from across our sporting group of football, rugby and basketball.

Posted: Thursday, September 26th 2019

Supporter Services closed from 1pm

Supporter Services closed from 1pm

Supporter Services will be unavailable from 1pm on Monday, June 10th.

Posted: Monday, June 10th 2019

Supporter Services closed from 1pm on Wednesday 

Supporter Services closed from 1pm on Wednesday 

Supporter Services will be unavailable from 1pm on Wednesday, May 22nd.

Posted: Tuesday, May 21st 2019

Special offer on February tickets

Special offer on February tickets

Supporters can watch City in action for just £15 this month.

Posted: Tuesday, February 5th 2019

Back the Flyers this week

Back the Flyers this week

With no Sky Bet Championship action this week, City supporters are encouraged to show their support to Bristol Flyers.

Posted: Wednesday, September 5th 2018

Flyers tickets for a fiver

Flyers tickets for a fiver

City season card holders can claim a discounted ticket to see Bristol Flyers face Surrey Scorchers on Friday, February 23rd (7.30pm).

Posted: Wednesday, February 14th 2018

Win two Man City tickets courtesy of Bristol Flyers

Win two Man City tickets courtesy of Bristol Flyers

Bristol Flyers have another City prize on offer if they reach 10,000 Twitter followers by Tuesday,

Posted: Monday, January 22nd 2018

City to attend Balloon Fiesta

City to attend Balloon Fiesta

Posted: Thursday, August 10th 2017

Bristol Sport TV - Season Two, Episode Three

Bristol Sport TV - Season Two, Episode Three

Posted: Thursday, April 6th 2017

Friday Forecast - Win A Copy Of FIFA 17

Friday Forecast - Win A Copy Of FIFA 17

Posted: Friday, October 14th 2016

Bristol Sport Statement On Fees

Bristol Sport Statement On Fees

Posted: Friday, August 5th 2016

Bristol Sport TV

Bristol Sport TV

Posted: Thursday, May 12th 2016

Bristol Sport TV - Featuring Lee Johnson

Bristol Sport TV - Featuring Lee Johnson

Posted: Thursday, March 3rd 2016

Bristol Sport Predictor - Win A Season Ticket

Bristol Sport Predictor - Win A Season Ticket

Posted: Thursday, November 26th 2015

Atyeo And South Stands Sold Out

Atyeo And South Stands Sold Out

Posted: Thursday, April 23rd 2015

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Bears partner with Pledgeball to reduce impact on the planet
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Bears partner with Pledgeball to reduce impact on the planet

Bristol Bears partner with Pledgeball, an organisation that encourages fans to make small lifestyle changes that, as a group of fans, significantly reduce our impact on the planet.

Posted: Friday, June 15th 2018 • Rugby

VACANCY: Academy Basketball Coach
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VACANCY: Academy Basketball Coach

SGS College seeks a Basketball Coach to join its highly successful and nationally recognised academy, based at the WISE Campus.

Posted: Tuesday, June 15th 2021 • Basketball

Road to the Play-Offs: five key moments
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Road to the Play-Offs: five key moments

In what has been another dramatic season, take a look back at five key moments on our road to the Gallagher Premiership Play-Offs.

Posted: Tuesday, June 15th 2021 • Rugby

Win a signed shirt in celebration of Tackling Tomorrow. Together
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Win a signed shirt in celebration of Tackling Tomorrow. Together

In celebration of Gallagher’s Tackling Tomorrow. Together campaign, Gallagher are offering you the chance to win a signed shirt from your favourite Premiership Rugby club.

Posted: Tuesday, June 15th 2021 • Rugby

Obituary: Jack Adams
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Obituary: Jack Adams

It is with great sorrow that Bristol Bears announce the death of former player Jack Adams. Jack, a centre who played for the club for two seasons from 2009, had been suffering from cancer and was only 34 years of age.

Posted: Tuesday, June 15th 2021 • Rugby