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Training wear now on sale

City’s new range of 2017/18 training wear is now available to purchase, online and from the Store at Ashton Gate.

A full range of training dri-fit tees, technical hoodies, anthem jackets, training polos, plus shorts and training pants are now in stock.

A variety of options, incorporating both the playing training wear and coaching wear, is on offer.

The players are wearing the new range today as they return for pre-season training at Failand.

In the past few seasons the club has incorporated heritage items from the city, including the Suspension Bridge, into its training wear.

The new designs for 2017/18 feature a Banksy-inspired font of Bristol City on the front, to recognise Bristol’s internationally-renowned urban heritage.

Upfest – the Europe’s largest street art & graffiti festival – is also set to come to Ashton Gate at the end of July.

City midfielder Korey Smith said: “We’ve been fully involved in the design process and I think it’s great the club looks to include landmarks and elements of the city’s history in its clothing.

“Everyone knows about Banksy and Bristol’s graffiti background and we’re very proud to wear it in training.”

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