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Limited tickets remain for Community Match

Just under 200 tickets remain for City’s annual Community Match with Bristol Manor Farm on Sunday (kick-off 4pm).

Lee Johnson’s side will take on the Western League Premier Division champions in the club's Community fixture just 24 hours after opening their pre-season campaign in Guernsey.

The Community Match will be played at The Creek on the Portway, with a capacity of 1,400.

The ground will be open from 1.30pm with the Community Trust delivering multiple activities, suitable for supporters of all ages.

Tickets are priced as follows: Adults – £8, Under-16s – £4.

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Supporters are advised the Community Match is all-ticket, with none available for purchase on the day of the game.

Previous Community Matches have all sold-out, so fans are urged to secure their tickets online as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

All of the money raised from the fixture will be invested back into grassroots football, with Manor Farm upgrading their floodlights, while the Trust will use their share of the funds to support its football provision throughout South Bristol.

Meanwhile, full ticket details for City’s other pre-season fixtures can be found here.

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