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Tigers clash only available on Robins TV

Supporters are reminded that they can enjoy all the exclusive matchday coverage provided by Robins TV when Hull City are the visitors to BS3 this evening (July 8th, 6pm KO).

It is a chance for supporters for watch on the first time since Dean Holden took over as the club's interim head coach on Saturday evening, and the match is only available to watch on Robins TV – with coverage starting from 5pm – as it will not be shown on Sky Sports’ Red Button facility.

Season Card holders who are yet to redeem their unique voucher sent to them via email still can, giving them access to each of City’s five scheduled remaining league games.

All non-Season Card holders are able to purchase a £10 matchday pass, which is only valid for Wednesday night’s fixture. Non-Season Card holders should note that only those City matches not selected for broadcast by Sky Sports are available.

Fans who subscribe can enjoy all the benefits of the Robins TV Live matchday production, which includes a pre-match show with Taylor Moore, half-time analysis, post-match reaction and the game itself inclusive of commentary and replays.

Head to the Robins TV website, login with your Bristol Sport Club Account, head to the packages page and select your matchday pass.

If you're already logged in, simply head directly to the packages page here.

Tune in at 5pm tomorrow for exclusive City matchday coverage.

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