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🚌 Getting to the Gate: Fulham

City are back in BS3 on Saturday afternoon (January 8th) to take on Fulham and here's some important travel information for the day.

Covid Certification checks are in place at Ashton Gate, which mean it’s essential that all fans arrive at the stadium in plenty of time ahead of kick-off so please allow extra time for your journey. Find out more information here.

Matchday bus services will operate two and a half hours earlier than the standard timetable for a 3pm kick-off - Travel | Bristol City. This means pre-match departures as follows:

  • AG1: every 15 mins from Portway Park & Ride between 10:15 and 12:15
  • AG2: every 20 mins from Brislington Park & Ride between 10:15 and 11:55
  • AG3: every 15 mins from Bristol Temple Meads (via Broadmead and the Centre) between 10:15 and 12:15

Fans travelling from within Bristol are advised to use the new AG3 service from Temple Meads, Broadmead and The Centre. The AG3 connects with bus routes from across the city and is also suitable for those arriving in Bristol by train or bus.

For those driving from outside Bristol, free parking is available at the Portway and Brislington Park & Ride sites with the AG1 and AG2 matchday bus services.

These subsidised services offer return travel from just £1.80 per person. Tickets are valid across the First Bus Bristol Zone so you can connect to other services without paying extra.

More information including tickets, pricing and stop details are available here.

For supporters travelling to Ashton Gate via train the 08:48 from Plymouth to Cardiff Central (calling at Taunton, Bridgwater, Highbridge, Weston-super-Mare, Worle, Yatton, Nailsea & Backwell) will also call at Bristol Temple Meads at 11:32.

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