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Posted Wednesday, January 16th 2019

City on the march in BS3

Tickets are now on priority sale for City’s home fixtures in March. 

Lee Johnson’s side, who are currently unbeaten in ten matches, are scheduled to play five Sky Bet Championship fixtures throughout the month, with two of them being held at Ashton Gate.

City host Leeds United on Saturday, March 9th (3pm KO) in a gold category match. Tickets are priced from £28 for Forever Bristol adult members, while Under-12 tickets are available from just £5. 

Ipswich Town then arrive in BS3 three days later on Tuesday, March 12th (7.45pm KO) in a silver category fixture. Admission is available from £23 for adult Forever Bristol members and from £5 for Under-12s.

Tickets for the above fixtures are now available to Forever Bristol members online, with general sale commencing from January 28th (10am). 

Supporters are still able to become Forever Bristol members and receive a £5 discount on all home league match tickets. 

Find out how to access all online services, including tickets and merchandise, using the new ‘Bristol Sport Club Account’.

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