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Play FIFA 18 at Ashton Gate

City supporters will be able to participate in a FIFA 18 skills challenge prior to Saturday’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Leeds United (3pm).

GAME - who have a newly launched partnership with Bristol City Community Trust - will be hosting an event at 20 clubs throughout the football league in October.

Supporters will have the opportunity to compete in a pre-determined skills challenge on the provided consoles and the City fan to achieve the highest individual score will receive a GAME challenge medal.

Meanwhile, the fan to achieve the highest score across each of the competing clubs will be presented the Community Cup next month, with the club holding the trophy for six months. 

This unique, free event is open to supporters of all ages and abilities and will be located in the Community Trust's classrooms from 1pm. You can access the classrooms from the south east corner of the concourse. .

CITY STARS DEMONSTRATE THEIR ABILITY 

Bailey Wright, Callum O’Dowda, Josh Brownhill and Matty Taylor have also recently tested their skills on the latest version of the popular football sim.

The quartet visited Belong by Game in Merchant Street prior to the games release and BCTV captured all the action.

HIGHEST ATTENDANCE THIS SEASON

Ashton Gate will experience its largest crowd of the season on Saturday as Lee Johnson’s side look to extend their unbeaten to 13 matches in all competitions.

To date just over 22,300 tickets have been snapped up, with Leeds backed by a sold-out away end.

Tickets remain on general sale and fans are urged to secure their seat as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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