Watch Six Nations at Ashton Gate

Ashton Gate Stadium will be showing the Guinness Six Nations, and fans can watch the games in style in the Bristol Sport Sports Bar.

To reserve a table in the pizzeria email

Alternatively we are offering all inclusive drinks packages and pizza, starting at just £45 per person, to find out more call our events team on 01179 630 680 or email

Bristol Bears made their return to Ashton Gate!

Bristol Bears returned to Ashton Gate Stadium last Friday as they hosted Wasps, however they were made to Pau for a lacklustre first-half as they slipped to a third home defeat of the season in the Gallagher Premiership against Wasps on Friday night.

Thomas Young, Tom Cruse and Nizaam Carr all crossed in a dominant opening 40 minutes from the visitors, as Dai Young’s side took a 16-point advantage into half-time.

Three tries in 15 minute second-half minutes saw Bristol claw their way back into the contest, as Harry Randall, Piers O’Conor and Charles Piutau gave Pat Lam’s side a lifeline after Will Rowlands had scored Wasps fourth on 52 minutes.

Lima Sopoaga landed a penalty to extend Wasps’ lead to seven points 16 minutes from time, but Bristol were unable to land another blow as Wasps stood firm late on, leaving the home side with a consolation losing bonus-point for their efforts.


Bristol City’s Emirates FA Cup run ends

Bristol City’s Emirates FA Cup run has ended after a 1-0 home defeat against Wolves.

Ivan Cavaleiro was well placed to strike the vital first-half goal but the Premier League side were more than equalled by the in-form Championship team.

They return to Ashton Gate on Tuesday, February 26th (7.45pm KO) against Birmingham City.