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Free: Try Out The New South Stand

Bristol City supporters have the opportunity to try out the new South Stand when the club's Under-18s play at the stadium tonight, Wednesday, August 12th (7pm kick-off).

City's youngsters will face Sheffield Wednesday in an Academy development league fixture at Ashton Gate tomorrow night.

This free event is open to supporters with entry on a first-come, first-served basis (capped at 6,000). Tickets will be handed out on the night as fans head towards the new South Stand turnstiles.

The Dolman (lower tier) and South Stands will be open for the game, but season ticket holders from any stand (ie including those in the Atyeo) can attend.

The event will run on an unreserved seat basis, so season ticket holders are not guaranteed their exact seat - unless they arrive early. However, there will be a chance at the end for fans to go and sit in their season ticket seat before the stadium closes.

Please note the Atyeo Stand and Dolman Stand upper tier will not be open for this event, nor will the Sports Bar & Grill or Coffee Shop.

Concessions stands inside the South and Dolman Stands will be open for fans to purchase food and drink.

Gates open at 6pm, with kick-off at 7pm.

This game will be the first chance for fans to step foot inside the South Stand sponsored by Dribuild and walk through the concourse linking the new stand with the Dolman.

The first official game to be played in front of the new South Stand will be held on Saturday, August 15th as Bristol City take on Brentford in the Sky Bet Championship (3pm).

*Please note that there will be no parking at Ashton Gate for this events and fans are advised to use public transport where possible.

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