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Sold Out: Bristol City v Birmingham City

Tomorrow's match between Bristol City and Birmingham City at Ashton Gate is SOLD OUT.

All tickets for the Sky Bet Championship match have now been snapped up, and supporters without tickets are advised not to travel to Ashton Gate to avoid disappointment.

It is the fourth time in five matches that the home sections have sold out for Championship encounter.

Tickets remain on general sale for City's next two home games, against Ipswich Town (February 13th) and Brighton & Hove Albion (February 23rd).

However, the March encounters against Cardiff City (March 5th) and Bolton Wanderers (March 19th) are on sale exclusively to Forever Bristol members.

Forever Bristol membership guarantees supporters first priority on home match tickets - especially important this season with the reduced capacity for redevelopment.

To secure a seat for future home games call 0117 963 0600 or buy online now.

For more information about Forever Bristol membership, click here.

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