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Posted: Wednesday, July 8th 2020
Tuesday, June 21st 2016
Steve Lansdown was in attendance for England’s goalless draw with Slovakia in St-Etienne last night.
Whilst the Three Lions lacked accuracy in front of goal, Bristol Sport’s founder was efficient with his photography as he captured JMPUK photographer Joe Meredith pitchside.
The club’s photography partner followed suit with snaps of Lansdown and his wife Maggie watching Roy Hodgson’s side plugging away at a stubborn Slovakian team.
A point ensured England qualification to the round of sixteen but in second place as Wales topped Group B with a 3-0 win over Russia.
England will now play the second placed team from Group F – which could be any ofAustria, Hungary, Iceland or Portugal – on Monday, June 27th (8pm) in Nice.
Remember you can watch all of England’s Euro 2016 games in the Sports Bar & Grill at Ashton Gate.
Gotcha Joe pic.twitter.com/T2hkwp77EL— steve lansdown (@stephenlansdow1) June 20, 2016
Henry Purdy took time out of his training schedule to show his support for Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospital Charity’s COVID-19 Appeal and present two young fundraisers with certificates.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Rugby
Superhuman Break the Cycle duo, Peter Gibbons and Oli Beckinsale fought off gale force winds to complete a gruelling 200-mile fundraising ride and raise vital funds for Bristol Sport Foundation.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Community
Check out what happened when Bristol Flyers paid a visit to their partners at Noah's Arc Zoo Farm.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Basketball
Congratulations to Lando Norris, who finished third in the Austrian Formula 1 Grand Prix last Sunday.
Posted: Tuesday, July 7th 2020 • Stadium
Bristol Bears are delighted to confirm the arrival of Omar Mouneimne as the club’s new defence coach with immediate effect.
Posted: Monday, July 6th 2020 • Rugby