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Open training session at Ashton Gate

City will be holding an open training session at Ashton Gate this afternoon (Tuesday).

Lee Johnson will be putting his squad through their paces between 5pm-6pm, following on from a similar session held in Tenerife during the club’s pre-season tour.

The training session will last for an hour, before the players engage with supporters by signing autographs and posing for pictures.

The event is free for all supporters and will be followed by a home game for the Under-23s against Burnley in the Professional Development League game, kick-off 7pm.

The Sports Bar & Pizzeria will be open on the night, and concessions will also be open for the event.

So come along and watch a training session at Ashton Gate for free!

Limited parking will be available in the Winterstoke Road car park (parking charges apply).

TIMETABLE

4pm – Turnstiles open
5pm – Training starts
6pm – Training ends, players to walk along the front of the Lansdown Stand for autographs/pictures
6.15pm – Under-23s come out to warm up
6.30pm – First team players depart
7pm – Under-23s kick-off against Burnley

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