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City Women fixtures on sale

Bristol City Women’s first five fixtures of the 2021/22 FA Championship season are now on sale to supporters.

The Robins first home game of the season sees them welcome Lewes FC to the Robins High Performance Centre on Sunday, September 5th (3pm KO).

Lauren Smith’s side will then welcome Durham WFC (Sunday, September 26th, 12pm KO) and Sunderland (Sunday, October 3rd, 3pm KO) to the state-of-the-art facility on back-to-back weekends.

Sheffield United will be in town at the end of October (Sunday, October 31st, 3pm KO) before Ashton Gate Stadium will play host to City Women once again as the Robins welcome Blackburn Rovers to BS3 as part of Women’s Football Weekend (Sunday, November 14th, 3pm KO).

Supporters are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance via the Bristol Sport ticketing site to take advantage of lower prices compared to the pay on the day rates.

BUY TICKETS HERE

ONLINE PRICING

  • Adults - £7
  • Over-65 & Under-22 - £5
  • Under-19 - £4
  • Under-12 - £3

PAY ON THE DAY

  • Adults - £10
  • Over-65 & Under-22 - £8
  • Under-19 - £6
  • Under-12s - £4

Season Cards for the 2021/22 campaign are currently still on sale to supporters. Adults can watch City Women in action for less than £4 per game, whilst Under-12s can watch for less than £1 per game.

SECURE YOUR SEASON CARD


TRAVEL

Bristol City and First Bus are pleased to announce a new service to and from the Robins High Performance Centre on City Women matchdays during the 2021/22 season.

The ‘HPC1’ service will operate for all league fixtures at the HPC starting at the FA Women’s Championship game vs Lewes on Sunday, September 5th (3pm KO). The service will not operate for the friendly vs Lewes on Sunday, August 15th. 

Buses will depart from Haymarket near Primark (Broadmead), stopping near the Hippodrome (Centre) and near Ashton Gate before arriving at the HPC.

Pre-Match

  • Buses will depart from The Haymarket at 1.50pm and 2.30pm for the 3pm kick-off
  • Buses will call at St Augustine’s Parade approximately 1.53pm and 2.33pm and Ashton Bridge at approximately 2pm and 2.40pm
  • Journey time to the HPC is approximately 15 minutes subject to traffic

Post-Match

  • Buses will depart from Robins HPC car-park
  • The first bus will leave approximately 10 minutes after the full-time whistle once most fans have left the stadium
  • A second bus will depart approximately 30 minutes later
  • The Ashton Bridge stop on the return journey will be at Blackmoors Lane stop in Bower Ashton, just the other side of the A370. Fans can use crossing points and subways to cross the A370

MORE INFORMATION ON BUS TRAVEL


PARKING

Supporters can purchase a car-park space for the first four home fixtures of the season in the QEH Sports Ground, which neighbours the Robins High Performance Centre.

Supporters are encouraged to pre-book as there are a limited number of spaces available and this can be done via the Bristol Sport ticketing site for £3, whereas parking purchased on the day will cost £5.

Once parked, supporters will make their way out of the front gate of the QEH Sports Ground car-park, turning right and using the footpath that brings supporters into the grounds of the High Performance Centre.

Parking information for City Women’s home fixture at Ashton Gate Stadium will be released in due course.

Car-park address: QEH Sports Ground, Failand, Bristol, BS8 3TN

BOOK YOUR PARKING SPACE HERE


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