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Posted: Friday, February 26th 2021
Friday, August 3rd 2018
Ashton Gate welcomes back first-team football action as Bristol City host Nottingham Forest in the Sky Bet Championship.
It’s just 13 weeks since the 2017-18 season drew to a close and it’s been a busy few months at the stadium.
Since May, Ashton Gate has hosted the following:
Ashton Gate Stadium Managing Director, Mark Kelly said: "The close-season is a quiet period for many stadiums but Ashton Gate now operates as a year-round venue.
"Alongside running events, the team have also been making numerous improvements around the stadium.
"Supporters may spot some of them like the revamped Family Area, the Wedlock Wall and the Bristol Bears clubhouse; while other changes will be harder to spot. More improvements are on their way in coming months as we look to continuous evolve the stadium.”
Meanwhile fans will also be able to make use of the new rewards system at Ashton Gate, use the recently launched Bristol City app and take advantage of the new AG6 service from north and west Bristol.
Everyone at Ashton Gate is looking forward to welcoming back the fans, players and staff of both clubs for what promises to be an exciting 2018-19 season.
Limited tickets remain available for Saturday's 2018/19 curtain raiser v Forest.
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