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Getting to the Gate: Brighton & Hove Albion

Bristol City Women open their season at Ashton Gate Stadium against Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, September 7th (3pm KO).

Here's everything you need to know about travelling to Ashton Gate Stadium for the match. 

BUS

Ashton Gate is well connected to Bristol and surrounding areas by an extensive public bus network.

The nearest MetroBus stop is just 9 minutes walk from the stadium. Click here to view the M2 route and here for the full network map.

Numerous public buses also stop close to Ashton Gate. You can view the network map here and you can plan your journey using the TravelWest Journey Planner tool.

Many services across Bristol are operated by First Bus – for more information on their services please visit https://www.firstgroup.com/bristol-bath-and-west .

TRAIN

Ashton Gate is well served by local and national rail services with Parson Street station just a 15 minute walk away and Temple Meads just 40 minutes (or connect to MetroBus M2). For the latest information, journey planning and tickets visit www.gwr.com

Save up to 80% on your journey by using the TrainAI app to find the cheapest combination of tickets for your journey. The TrainAI app is available on Android and can be downloaded from the Google Play store here.

WALK & CYCLE

Ashton Gate has 96 cycle parking spaces behind the South Stand and a YoBike parking area at the Ashton Road entrance.

Many fans will find walking or cycling the quickest way to get to games. The stadium is less than 30 minutes walk from most of south, central and west Bristol and fans can use the postcode BS3 2EJ to plan your route. Cycling will be even quicker as the stadium is connected by numerous cycle paths – plan your journey by clicking here – the planner shows route type, elevation and cycle rack and pump locations.

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