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Posted Thursday, February 15th 2018

Upper tier seats available for Fulham clash

Seats in the Lansdown Stand upper tier are now available for next Wednesday’s home clash with Fulham in the Sky Bet Championship.

A crowd in excess of 19,500 is already guaranteed for the midweek encounter, including just over 1,000 Fulham supporters.

With seats limited across the lower bowl on the stadium, blocks in the upper tier of the Lansdown Stand have now been opened up for purchase.

The match is a Silver category fixture, meaning tickets are available from as little as £21 for adult Forever Bristol members, or from £5 for under-12 members.

Fans can purchase by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 or online.

SECURE YOUR SEAT

HOSPITALITY UPGRADE

Glyn Riley will make a return to Ashton Gate next week for the game.

The Freight Rover Trophy two-goal hero from Wembley in May 1986 will be present in the Lansdown Stand restaurant and Heineken Lounge to meet with guests.

Barnsley-born Riley moved to BS3 during the tough times of 1982 from hometown side. He went on to make 247 appearances for the club, scoring 77 times.

However, he will always be remembered for a firing a brace against Bolton Wanderers during the club’s first-ever visit to Wembley. Howard Pritchard completed the scoring in the one-sided contest under the Twin Towers.

Supporters can experience the Heineken Lounge for just £75+VAT per person. A special rate of just £50+VAT applies for group bookings of ten or more.

The package includes:

  • Bottle of Heineken on arrival
  • Two-course buffet
  • Half-time refreshments
  • Padded seating for the match
  • Complimentary programme and teamsheet

If you are interested, email hospitality@ashtongate.co.uk or phone 0117 963 0630.

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