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Brentford v Bristol City - Beamback At Bristol Sports Bar & Grill

There will be a beamback in the Sports Bar & Grill for Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship match between Brentford and Bristol City.

Victory at Griffin Park for Lee Johnson’s side could be enough to guarantee City’s Championship status for another season.

All 1,590 away tickets sold out last week, meaning the only place to see the game for fans without tickets is at Ashton Gate.

The Sports Bar & Grill will open its doors from 11am, with FREE entry on a first-come, first-served basis. Fans are advised to arrive early to avoid disappointment. 

Remember, the Sports Bar & Grill has the largest indoor pub screen in the UK ready to beam all the action from Griffin Park back to BS3.

Tables pre-match are now fully booked. Note: tables booked are reserved for one hour 45 minutes only, after which they will need to be vacated.

City are able to provide this service in conjunction with the Football League, Brentford FC and ADI.

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