On this day: Bristol City 3-0 Swindon Town
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Thursday, May 3rd 2018
The Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust will hand out their End of Season Awards in the Fan Village on Sunday.
Five awards will be given out, as follows:
- Player of the Year
- Young Player of the Year
- Champagne Moment
- Supporter of the Year
- Top Scorer
On behalf of the SC&T, David Lloyd will be hosting the awards, which are due to begin approximately 3.15pm.
It will follow the conclusion of Sunday’s final game against Sheffield United (12.30pm kick-off).
The players will also embark on a lap of appreciation at the final whistle, with fans asked to remain off the playing surface to ensure this can go ahead as planned.
Meanwhile, the Disabled Supporters’ Association and Senior Reds will hand out their awards pre-match. This will take place approximately 15 minutes before kick-off.
Ahead of the game, You, Me and the Dancefloor will be on stage in the Fan Village, starting from 11am and playing an upbeat party set until 12.15pm.
Following the conclusion of the End of Season Awards, the Emperials will don the stage in the Fan Village. The popular Ska band will provide their usual array of bouncy, brassy and offbeat music in the Bristol sunshine.
11am – Turnstiles open
11am – You, Me and the Dancefloor on stage
11.30pm – Teamsheet announced
12.15pm – Senior Reds/Disabled Supporters Awards
12.30pm – Kick-off
1.15pm – Half-time
1.30pm – Second half begins
2.15pm – Full time
2.25pm – Lap of Appreciation
3.15pm – End of Season Awards
3.45pm – The Emperials on stage
5pm – Coffee Shop/Store closes
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