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Junior event screening and stadium tours available

Junior Season Card holders can sign up to three screening events to watch the Robins in Sky Bet Championship action at Ashton Gate this half-term. 

Dean Holden’s men host Swansea City on Saturday (October 24th, 3pm) before making the trip to the south coast to face AFC Bournemouth four days later (October 28th, 7.45pm), with Norwich City the visitors to BS3 on October 31st (12.30pm). 

All three fixtures will be screened for free in the Heineken Lounge to small groups of supporters, with social distancing in place. There will be no access or view to the stadium bowl. 

The matches against Swansea City and Norwich City are open to Under-12 Season Card holders, while Under-12 and Under-19 Season Card holders can take advantage of this exclusive offer for our fixture against the Cherries. 

The Bristol Sport Store will also be open should supporters want to purchase any merchandise, while Halloween themed food and drink will be available to buy throughout the game. 

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, places are very limited and will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. To secure your place, click here. 

Please note adults will need to accompany all juniors to the screening events. 

STADIUM TOURS

Meanwhile, throughout October half-term, free behind-the-scenes stadium tours are also available. 

The original socially distanced tours have already sold out, but two more hour-long slots have been made available. These will be on Wednesday, October 28th and Thursday, October 29th starting at 2.30pm. 

Each tour is open to 20 Season Card holders and bookings must be for a minimum of one adult and one junior. 

Bristol City’s Supporter Liaison Officer will be conducting the tours, guiding fans around Ashton Gate, from pitchside to the Directors Box and changing rooms, while talking about the club’s history and answering any questions. 

To book your free space, click here.

Please note all of the above events are open to 2020/21 Season Card holders of Bristol City, Bristol Bears and Bristol Flyers. 

Temperature checks will be taken upon entry to the stadium for both events, while adults will be required to wear masks when moving around.

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