Quid-a-kid for Shrewsbury friendly
Posted: Saturday, July 14th 2018
Friday, July 13th 2018
Supporters are advised of changes to the parking restrictions around Ashton Gate ahead of the 2018/19 campaign.
City welcome Shrewsbury Town to BS3 on Saturday (July 14th, 1pm kick-off) in the club's fourth friendly of the pre-season calendar - a game which will see the players wear the 2018/19 away strip.
Here’s all the information you need to know about the match at Ashton Gate.
Supporters are advised that the Southville Residents Parking Scheme has recently been extended to include Saturday 9am – 5pm. The area affected broadly sits between North Street and the River Avon (New Cut) but fans are encouraged to check street signage. More details can be found here.
Official on-site parking is available for disabled supporters to pre-book by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 (option one). Please note that this is extremely limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Unofficial off-street parking is available at All Star Action Days, The Clanage, Clanage Road, Bower Ashton, BS3 2JX (entrance next to the former police riding stables) at £10 per car. Please note that DJ Matchday Parking (Cala Trading Estate) and Bedminster Cricket Club (The Clanage) are not open for this fixture. Other off-street car parks can be found here.
ABus will operate one bus to and from the game. It will depart Eagle Road, Brislington at 12pm and run it’s normal route via Temple Meads.
First Bus services AG1, AG2 and AG4 will not be running for this game.
All fans are encouraged to find our their easiest route via public and shared transport by clicking here.
Only the West Stand Lower will be opened to home supporters initially, with unreserved seating in operation.
The Atyeo Stand will be used by the Shrewsbury Town fans.
Tickets remain on general sale and are available online or by contacting Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600.
Tickets are priced at £11 for adults, £6 for senior citizens and a special quid-a-kid offer will be available for under-19s – all inclusive of fees.
Fans who choose the online print at home option will save the £1 fee. The game goes off sale online and over the phones at 5pm on Friday (July 13th).
Supporters will be able to pay on the day but please arrive early to avoid queues at the main ticket office next to the Atyeo statue.
The Store at Ashton Gate will open from 9am.
Fans will be able to watch England battle it out for the third-place play-off with Belgium at Ashton Gate’s World Cup Fan Village, following the immediate conclusion of Saturday’s game.
Gareth Southgate’s Lions went within touching distance of Sunday’s final, only to lose 2-1 in extra time to Croatia in the semi-final.
Saturday’s World Cup Fan Village screening will not be a ticketed event.
The Fan Village has proved incredibly popular, with tens of thousands of fans watching the action on the big screens.
Ashton Gate Stadium asks supporters not to bring large rucksacks on matchdays, following advice from the National Counter Terrorism Office and Avon and Somerset Police.
Fans will still be able to bring smaller handbags into the stadium, although these will be subject to the usual search process.
An Ashton Gate spokesman said: “The searching process will always be subject to change and whilst there is no specific threat to any Sports Ground, we must ensure that we remain vigilant and the message to spectators is to ‘Be Alert not Alarmed’.”
If larger bags are brought to the stadium, they will be subject to a thorough search, with a bag and tag procedure in place.
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