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Posted Thursday, February 22nd 2018

Johnson, Murray and Carey to feature in charity match

A host of former City stars will be taking part in a special charity match at Ashton Gate in May.

Head coach Lee Johnson, kit manager Scott Murray and all-time appearance record holder Louis Carey will all be taking part in the ‘Make Some Noise’ charity game with Heart FM.

Lee Trundle and Alex Russell have also been signed for the game on Sunday, May 20th, which will also see celebrities from EastEnders and TOWIE take part in the charity football encounter.

The match is aimed at raising money for children’s charities across the West Country.

Kick-off will be 3pm, with gates opening from 2pm. Tickets cost £10 for adults and £5 for under-16s. A special match, meal and celebrity meet & greet ticket is available for £38.

To buy tickets and for more information click here.

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