‘Players need to believe in themselves’ - Holden
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020
Wednesday, June 3rd 2020
Bristol City are one of eight clubs competing for the Best Football Club prize in the English Football League category at this year's Football Content Awards.
Finalist voting is now under way, closing at midnight on Thursday, June 18th.
The winner of the Best Football Club category across the EFL will be revealed at the Football Content Awards ceremony at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (date TBC).
The Best Football Club category at the Football Content Awards is defined as: "The football club producing the best content across all available platforms on web, video and social."
The club is proud of its output across all platforms (the website, various social media channels and print productions) which always aims to keep supporters entertained and informed.
You can vote for City by clicking here.
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Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Community
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Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Basketball
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Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Stadium
Bristol Bears are delighted to confirm the arrival of Omar Mouneimne as the club’s new defence coach with immediate effect.
Posted: Monday, July 6th 2020 • Rugby
Professional Game Board has given provisional authorisation for Premiership Rugby clubs to move to Stage 2: Elite Sport Return to Training Guidance, from Monday, July 6th.
Posted: Friday, July 3rd 2020 • Rugby