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Junior Fans Have Eggcellent Time At Easter Party

Junior members, season ticket holders and 7s members enjoyed an Easter egg hunt around Ashton Gate and had the chance to meet some special Bristol Sport guests.

 

The free event included:

  • Meet & greet with the players from Bristol City, Bristol Rugby and Bristol Flyers. 
  • Easter Quiz
  • Tour of Ashton Gate
  • And more..

We would like to congratulate our competition winners! Katie and Oliver Nicholls rocked up in some amazing fancy dress so take the honours there and Max and Leo Reid showed off their fantastic knowledge in our quiz!

Bristol Sport's new set of memberships give access to priority ticketing and exclusive offers- just for kids!

You can grab your child the chance to watch live sport at discounted prices along with a wide range of other benefits with one of the annual memberships.

Kids Forever Bristol membership is now a 12-month membership for our junior fans which entitles each member to discounted rate tickets, ticketing priority and discount in Ashton Gate's Sports Bar & Grill, Bristol Sport Store Coffee Shop and concession stands.

Following supporter feedback we are delighted to introduce a number of brand new Kids Forever Bristol Memberships to inspire our younger fans to play and watch sport.

There are membership packages for different age groups:

All memberships come with a complimentary gift and two tickets to a Bristol Sport home league game plus all exclusive membership offers.

Our ever-popular Forever Bristol 7s membership gives our junior fans a chance to not only watch their favourite Bristol Sport teams but also wear their exclusive 7s club jersey.

Memberships start from just £10 a year.*

Memberships are available via the Bristol Sport online ticketing site (using your Supporter ID and password which is defaulted to your lower case postcode e.g. bs32ej) or by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 or emailing hello-memberships@bristol-sport.co.uk.

*A £1 booking fee will be applied to all memberships.

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