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City Women set to host open training session

Everything you need to know ahead of Bristol City Women’s open training session this afternoon (Wednesday, 1pm) at the Robins High Performance Centre.

The Robins have sold out their allocation of tickets for this afternoon’s event, which will see over 300 supporters watch Lauren Smith and her coaching staff put the squad through their paces. 

Supporters are reminded that the open training session is a ticketed event and there will be no pay on the day tickets available. If you have not purchased an online ticket in advance then you will not be permitted entry. 

Entry will only be permitted from 1pm onwards and ticket holders are asked to remain in their seats for the duration of the training session. 

PARKING

Ticket holders for the Robins’ open training session can park in the QEH Sports Ground, which neighbours the Robins High Performance Centre. Please note there will be no parking available in the grounds of the Robins High Performance Centre. 

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

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

Access to seating and view of the pitch will be granted at the right-hand side of the building where a steward will check supporters pre-purchased tickets prior to admission.

SIGNING SESSION

Following the conclusion of training attendees will have and opportunity to meet the squad and get the autographs of the City stars.

We're also pleased to announce we'll be handing out 2021/22 official squad photos to all attendees this afternoon, which will have space for the signatures of the complete City squad. 

Social distancing measures will be in place, which means any pictures or autographs will have to be done over the white barrier that surrounds the pitch. 

NEXT UP 

 City Women are back in action this weekend following the international break as the Robins take on Sheffield United at the Robins High Performance Centre on Sunday (3pm). 

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