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Posted Thursday, December 13th 2018

Final action in BS3 before Christmas

Tickets remain on general sale for City’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Norwich City.

The current league leaders visit Ashton Gate on Saturday (December 15th) and the match will kick-off at 5.30pm having been chosen for live broadcast overseas. 

City’s final home fixture before Christmas is a gold category match, with admission available from £27* for adult Forever Bristol members and £5 for Under-12s. 

Supporters still have time to become a Forever Bristol member and take advantage of a special Christmas offer, which entitles new members to claim a free ticket for City v Bolton Wanderers in January plus £5 off every home league fixture.

Find out how to access all online services, including tickets and merchandise, using the new ‘Bristol Sport Club Account’.

After the full-time whistle, fans will be treated to live music to get them in the festive spirit.

The Sports Bar will be closed at half-time and full-time to host people arriving for Christmas parties at the stadium that evening and usual visitors to the bar are kindly asked to enjoy the entertainment in the Dolman Stand concourse.

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