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Getting to the Gate: Luton Town

City return to Ashton Gate on Wednesday night for their Sky Bet Championship match against Luton Town, and here's all you need to know about the transport links to and from the stadium (September 15th, 7.45pm).

Fans travelling from within Bristol are advised to use a new bus 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 travelling 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.

Pre-Match Timings

  • AG1: buses depart Portway Park & Ride every 15 minutes between 17:30 and 19:30. Journey time approx 15 minutes
  • AG2: buses depart Brislington Park & Ride every 20 minutes between 17:30 and 19:10. Journey time approx 20 minutes
  • AG3: buses depart Temple Meads every 15 minutes between 17:30 and 19:30. Journey time approx 20 minutes from Temple Meads and 15 minutes from The Haymarket and the Centre

Post-Match

  • Buses depart from Winterstoke Road regularly after the final whistle with the last departure at 23:15 on all routes
  • AG1 departs from outside The Robins Pub
  • AG2 departs from outside South Bristol Retail Park
  • AG3 departs from outside Trust Ford

Tickets, Pricing and Further Details

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

For other travel options, click here

Tickets

Bristol City members yet to purchase their tickets are reminded they can do so for £10. This offer is applies to seats in the South Stand, Dolman Wings or Family Area.

And Bristol City membership is still available to buy for £25, which sees supporters receive £5 off match tickets as well as other exclusive benefits.

BECOME A MEMBER

For supporters unable to attend the game, they can follow all the action live on Robins TV. The fixture will be streamed to a domestic and overseas audience, with coverage starting from 7.15pm. 

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