Johnson ‘buzzing’ as players return to Failand for small group training
Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020
Sunday, May 24th 2020
It is 34 years to the day since Terry Cooper's men lifted the Freight Rover Trophy at Wembley.
Formally known as the Associate Members' Cup at the time (the EFL Trophy today), City ran out victorious under the Wembley Twin Towers.
A crowd of 54,402 supporters roared on both sets of players with City surviving early pressure from Bolton.
But survive they did before hitting their opponents with two goals from Glyn Riley and another from Howard Pritchard.
City are the most successful club in the competition, having won it three times in their history: 1986, 2003 and 2015.
Below you can enjoy some of the photos from that day in 1986!
Staff from The Bristol Sport Foundation have raised more than £3,000 for a number charity’s supplying meals to vulnerable people in the Bristol community.
Posted: Wednesday, May 27th 2020 • Community
Supporters are reminded they have until this Sunday (May 31st) to spend their remaining Rewards cash balances, which can also be redeemed against sale-price items on the Bristol Sport online store.
Posted: Wednesday, May 27th 2020 • Rugby
Bristol Bears owner, Steve Lansdown spoke to Chris Jones, Ugo Monye and Danny Care on this week's edition of the BBC Rugby Union Weekly Podcast.
Posted: Tuesday, May 26th 2020 • Rugby
Settle in for this week's Flyers Flashback, as we stream a classic game against Plymouth Raiders from the 2018/19 season.
Posted: Saturday, May 23rd 2020 • Basketball
Ashton Gate are pleased to announce a four-night line-up of feel-good movies this summer.
Posted: Friday, May 22nd 2020 • Stadium