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Lansdown Stand Upper Tier Open Final Day

Tickets in the Lansdown Stand upper tier for City’s final day clash with Birmingham City (Sunday, May 7th, 12noon) are now on sale.

Demand for the fixture has proved extremely high and Birmingham have already sold out their entire allocation in the Atyeo Stand. All remaining tickets will be sold to home supporters only.
Tickets in all stands are priced as follows: Adult - £15, Senior Citizen (65+) - £10, Under-22 - £10, Under-19 - £5, Under-12 - £1.
The initial allocation in the Lansdown Stand upper tier includes Blocks W6, W7 and W8.
City have won their last three matches on home soil against Huddersfield Town, Wolves and QPR, scoring nine goals along the way.
The highest attendance at Ashton Gate so far this season was on August 20th when a crowd of 22,512 saw City host Newcastle United.
Meanwhile, tickets remain on general sale for the Saturday’s home fixture against Barnsley (3pm) in which City could secure their Sky Bet Championship status. 
 
To guarantee your seat for the Barnsley or Birmingham games, call 0117 963 0600 or buy online.
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