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Come on you Reds...City launch Ashton Gate Crowdies

City return to Ashton Gate this Sunday against Sheffield Wednesday (June 28th, 12pm) for the first time since March, so it’s time to don your red and white and get behind the team.

Despite the final five home matches being behind closed doors, fans can design their own personalised Crowdie and support City at Ashton Gate Stadium.

The perfect Father’s Day gift, Crowdie allows fans to design and purchase a 76cm x 46cm personalised corex board cut-out of themselves to be installed at the Gate for home matchdays, while also receiving a personalised e-certificate.

A £5 donation from each sale of the £25 Crowdie will go to the Bristol Sport Covid-19 Emergency Relief Fund, which is supporting the delivery of thousands of meals and food parcels to vulnerable communities across the city.

City’s Korey Smith said: “Our home support has been tremendous all season and we want that to continue for the final push of the campaign, just in a different form. The life-size cut-outs not only provide colour in Ashton Gate to get behind the team, they help to back important charitable causes in our city.”

Pictures for the life-size cut-outs, which will remain in place for the final nine fixtures, must be submitted by 1pm on Thursday, June 25th to be ready in time for the first home game against Sheffield Wednesday on Sunday, June 28th.

To wear your colours with pride and support the Robins, follow these steps:

  1. Upload a photo or take a selfie (ideally in club colours) using your phone or webcam to the City Crowdie site
  2. Provide some personal details
  3. Pay for your £25 Crowdie with a voucher or payment card

Visit the Crowdie website

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