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Posted Sunday, August 4th 2019

Introducing the all-new City matchday programme

The Bristol City Matchday Programme has been renamed The Robins, a throwback to past editions of the publication as the club marks its 125th anniversary.

It celebrates City’s past yet lines up with the new era as City head into the 2019/20 season with a firm identity under the much-loved robin.

The programme is a smaller size to make it easier to carry around, yet boasts more pages and new content than Well Red. Supporters can still hear from Lee Johnson and Mark Ashton, as well as enjoy a new column from club captain Bailey Wright.

As well as a look at the opposition, the City squad will be revealing their world XI and the number of history pages have been increased. Throughout the season, David Woods and Mike Adams will tell the story of the club’s history and there is a page dedicated to supporters’ stories and memories.

Augmented Reality also returns this season bring the programme ‘to life’. It enables supporters with the official Bristol City app to scan pages – look out for the AR logo – with the app’s AR camera mode.

WHERE TO BUY YOUR MATCHDAY PROGRAMME

The programme is on sale around the ground at the following locations:

  • Fans Village aside the Atyeo Statue
  • Ashton Road (Dolman entrance)
  • Ashton Road (Lansdown entrance)
  • South Stand behind turnstiles

Find all this and more inside The Robins Matchday Programme, available for £3.50.

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