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Season Card Sales Reach 11,500

City’s season card sales for the 2017/18 campaign have topped the 11,500-mark.

Lee Johnson’s side require just one more point to guarantee their place in the Sky Bet Championship next season. 

The Robins still have two games to play, against Brighton & Hove Albion and Birmingham City, but that hasn’t stopped supporters from securing their seats for the new season during the advanced sales period. 

City’s chief operating officer Mark Ashton said: “It’s been great to see the support behind our advanced season card campaign. 

“I’d like to thank all of our fans who’ve renewed ahead of the end of the season. I look forward to sharing the last game of the campaign with them here at Ashton Gate on Sunday, May 7th when we take on Birmingham.” 

The current figure of 11,500 season cards for 2017/18 represents 95% of the sales recorded at the same period last year. 

Meanwhile, average attendances are at a 38-year high at Ashton Gate, just shy of 19,000 across the 2016/17 campaign. 

The attendance for the final home game of the season against Birmingham City is already set to exceed 21,500. The Lansdown Stand upper tier has been opened to cope with demand and tickets remain on general sale. Buy online here

The advanced sales period for season cards ended on Friday. Season cards for 2017/18 will go back on sale from Monday, May 15th, with full details and pricing to follow in due course. 

 

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