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Watch: The Robins High Performance Centre being built

Bristol City have today (March 28th) revealed the footage of the construction of the new Robins High Performance Centre ahead of the club's move to its new training facilities next week.

The state-of-the-art development has been more than six years in the making, from concept through to its completion.

Watch the footage below to see how the Robins High Performance Centre took shape, 13 months from breaking ground to handing over the keys this month.

🎥 WATCH: THE ROBINS HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE BEING BUILT

The Robins High Performance Centre includes a floodlit showpitch, capable of hosting the club’s Under-18 and Under-23 matches, two other full-size pitches and two further training areas.

The building itself encompasses a gym, hydrotherapy pool, changing rooms, medical and rehabilitation facilities, a tactics room and office space, as well as education and welfare facilities for City's young players.

The multi-million-pound project sees City move just a long throw-in away from their previous facilities at Failand.

🎥 WATCH: FULL TIMELAPSE OF THE ROBINS HIGH PERFORMANCE CENTRE CONSTRUCTION

Supporters should keep an eye on City's social channels and the club website for more content and news on the Robins High Performance Centre as it open its doors this week...

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📸 Gallery: Development of the Robins High Performance Centre 

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