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More than 30 seven year olds from Bishop Road Buccaneers FC become City 7s.
The club has signed up the largest group of juniors to the membership and are looking forward to using their free tickets to come to the Bolton game as a group.
Bishop Road Buccaneers FC Coach, Robin Gladman said: “City 7’s is a fantastic value scheme for kids to experience a match and become involved in a club.”
He added: “Players and parents are all looking forward to the game. Well done Bristol Sport for considering the local community.”
The membership is there to inspire younger supporters and is available for children aged seven years old or in ‘Year Two’ between the dates of July 6th 2015 and May 31st 2016.
Costing just £10 per club (or £30 for all three), it entitles youngsters to the following:
Bristol Sport 7s members can also pay an additional £10 upgrade to include the benefits of full Forever Bristol Membership (ticket priority and discounts).
Membership can be purchased via the Bristol Sport online ticketing system (using Supporter ID and lower case postcode eg bs32ej) or by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 (option one).
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