Robins rewind: 2014/15 season review part two
Posted: Saturday, March 28th 2020
Thursday, March 5th 2020
Congratulations to City supporter Lara Joiner who has won the second prize as a renewing Season Card Holder.
Lara watches City from the Dolman Stand and renewed her Season Card for the 2020/21 campaign on the very first day of renewals!
And she has won a signed 125th anniversary shirt, the second prize on offer to renewing Season Card Holders.
The commemorative, anniversary shirt includes nine different kits from the club's past and will be worn as one-off during Saturday's match versus Fulham.
Pre-order sales have proved incredibly popular with a limited number of these special shirts produced by the club.
Renewals began with advanced prices (from £15 per game for renewing Adults) in place for those renewing ahead of the 2020/21 campaign. Seats are reserved until midday on Monday, March 16th.
Existing Season Card Holders must be logged in to their Bristol Sport Club Account and can use the link below to renew.
Supporters located in the South Stand Blocks S25-27 will need a reserved seat to ensure that the correct number of supporters are in the designated rail/barrier seating blocks. This is subject to approval from the Safety Advisory Group (SAG), but our aim is to roll this out ahead of the 2020/21 season.
The next prize draws for renewing Season Card Holders are a place at the team photo day or your Season Card personally delivered by a player! The earlier you renew your Season Card, the more prize draws you will be entered into.
Prices are frozen in all areas for Under-19s and prices remain frozen for Under-12s except in the South Stand and Family Area, where a £50 Season Card has seen a small increase to £55.
Supporters should note that there is a 3% price increase for all Adults, 65+, Under-25s and Under-22s.
Under-12s will continue to receive a free home shirt as part of their Season Card package, Adult disabled supporters will receive five per cent off the full price and will be able to buy their Season Card over the phone during the online only sales period.
Supporters can also use a pay monthly scheme, which will be offered exclusively in the advanced sales period only, with the cost of a Season Card split over ten months. The fee for using this scheme is £25 per transaction (a maximum of four Season Cards per transaction).
There are a number of benefits as a Season Card Holder, with the following returning for the 2020/21 campaign:
Bristol City CEO Mark Ashton said: “First of all, I would like to say a massive, special thank you for your support as a valued Season Card holder over the course of the 2019/20 campaign.
“These are exciting times for our football club, so I hope you will take this opportunity to join us for next season as we embark on the next steps of our journey.
“Below you will see the advanced prices for 2020/21 with your seat being reserved until Monday, March 16th. We are also pleased to offer a series of prize draws for renewing supporters along with various exclusive benefits, including continuing to offer a free home shirt for all Under-12 Season Card holders.
“Thank you again for your wonderful support this season and we look forward to you joining us in 2020/21.”
Click here for the full list of FAQs in relation to the 2020/21 Season Cards.
In order to renew your Season Card online, you will need to ensure you have set up your Bristol Sport Club Account. To do this, please visit login.bristol-sport.co.uk where you can also find an updated step-by-step user guide to help you through setting up your account. Designed to make life easier for you, the Bristol Sport Club Account allows you to use just one single login to purchase tickets (including your 2020/21 Season Card), merchandise, watch Robins TV, access the Bristol City App and keep an eye on your City Rewards loyalty balance.
We anticipate phone lines being busy throughout the Season Card renewals period so would recommend supporters buying online.
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