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Local Club Bring More Than 300 To Celebrate City Win

Portishead Town beat group attendance record as 330 players and parents watched Bristol City beat Nottingham Forest on the weekend. 

Portishead Town made the most of the matchday experiences on offer at Ashton Gate when they brought six age groups to take part in the activities available to help develop the Bristol City young fan base.

The U13 girls side toured the newly developed Ashton Gate stadium before flying the giant flag on the pitch just before kick-off. 

The clubs U10 boys side had the chance to meet the Bristol City squad, whilst the U9 and U10 girls did the pre-match guard of honour. 

At half-time it was the U7 and U8s who took to the pitch for a parade and the U11 and U12 girls welcomed the players back out onto the pitch with the guard of honour. 

The football club arranged for more than 170 children to enjoy a very special matchday experience. 

Book your Bristol City & Bristol Rugby Matchday Experiences

For no additional cost group experiences are open to groups of 30-plus across all of our stable of sports and a great way to showcase your school, club or community group.

Includes:

  • Meet a player
  • Stadium Tour (Newly Developed Stadium)
  • Pre-match Flag Bearing
  • Pre-match Guard of Honour (Min 16 & Max 24 kids)
  • Half-time Guard of Honour (Min 16 & Max 24 kids)
  • Half-time Pitch Parade

*All experiences are open to children aged 16 and under.

Click here to book now.

To inspire our younger supporters we’ve launched 'Kids Forever Bristol' Memberships across all our clubs. 

Kids Forever Bristol are 12-month memberships which include a wide range of exclusive benefits including free tickets, discounts in the Bristol Sport Store and Stadium, branded gifts and access to exclusive member events. 

There are three age categories for the latest memberships, each offering age suitable offers and gifts. 

Available at £20 per membership. 

Click here to find out more.

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