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James Crawley writes

Posted Monday, February 11th 2019

Roar on City in BS3 this April

Tickets for City's home matches in April have gone on priority sale.

Lee Johnson's men host Wigan Athletic, West Bromwich Albion and Reading before their final game of the 2018/19 season in BS3 against Derby County.

Forever Bristol Members are now able to purchase their tickets, which went on sale at 10am on Monday (February 11th). Priority phone sales begin at 10am on Monday, February 18th.

General sale for all four matches will commence at 10am on Monday, February 25th, followed by phone sales at 10am on Monday, March 4th.

City face the Latics on Saturday 6th (3pm KO) in a silver category match. Tickets are priced from £23 for Forever Bristol adult members, while Under-12 tickets are available from just £5. 

West Brom arrive three days later (Tuesday 9th, 7.45pm KO) in a gold category match. Tickets are priced from £28 for Forever Bristol adult members, while Under-12 tickets are available from just £5. 

Good Friday (April 19th, 12pm KO) sees the arrival of Reading, again a gold category match. Tickets are priced from £28 for Forever Bristol adult members, while Under-12 tickets are available from just £5.

The Rams then round off the month with a trip to Ashton Gate on Saturday 27th (3pm KO). This is a gold category match. Tickets are priced from £28 for Forever Bristol adult members, while Under-12 tickets are available from just £5. 

All prices listed are inclusive of fees.

Find out how to access all online services, including tickets and merchandise, using the new ‘Bristol Sport Club Account’.

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