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Your chance to win a free copy of Football Manager 2020

Send in your snaps and videos via the club app on matchday (City v Huddersfield Town) to be in with the chance of snapping up a free copy of Football Manager 2020.

Submit your content, be it selfies from the ground or a piece-to-camera City versus the Terriers match report for example, and you could claim a copy of the new, must-have game for any football fanatic.

How to submit you content:

Open the app and from the home page, scroll down to 'Submit'. Follow the instructions to upload and don't forget to give your media a name and description. Click the submit button.

All content is reviewed before it is published on the app.

The new Bristol City app:

Enhance your matchday experience with the club app which has all the latest news, videos, Robins TV player and Augmented Reality function all in one, easy to navigate place.

When used with the matchday programme (available around the ground for £3.50), the AR ability means supporters can scan particular images within the programme (look out for the AR symbol) which will play back videos on your phone.

For example, scan the Cardiff City match review page this weekend to relive Josh Brownhill's stunning winner from South Wales.

Tickets for Saturday's Sky Bet Championship fixture versus Danny Cowley's Huddersfield are still on sale, with quid-a-kid in operation, meaning Under-12s can get down to Ashton Gate for just £1.

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