Extra tickets released for England U21s match

We have released more tickets for the England U21s match against Poland U21s.

With over 19,0000 tickets sold for this Thursday’s match at Ashton Gate Stadium. The upper tier of the Lansdown Stand is now open!

Support the young lions by buying your ticket now.


GP members event held at the Stadium

Ashton Gate Stadium played host to a GP members event as chair Dr Jon Hayes presented to the attendees about the exciting future of general practice across BNSSG.


This year, Comic Relief wants everyone to ‘Come Together’ to raise money for Red Nose Day 2019 and we got James Dun (Bristol Bears), Jamie Paterson (Bristol City), Lewis Champion (Bristol Flyers), Lucy Graham (Bristol City Women) and Mackenzie Carson (Bristol Bears Women) together at Ashton Gate Stadium to show their support for the fantastic causes that Comic Relief fund, in the UK and internationally.


Bristol City took on Ipswich Town

Adam Webster returned to haunt his former club but a second-half own goal from Lloyd Kelly meant the points would be shared against Ipswich Town.

It was a slow opening 15 minutes at Ashton Gate, with City needing time to settle, almost falling behind after a Stefan Marinovic error on the keeper’s debut.

The Robins survived the scare though, turning the game in their favour when Webster rose to head City into the lead from a Niclas Eliasson cross.

Lee Johnson’s men ended the first half on top but the visitors forced an equaliser fter the break, when Kelly stuck a leg out in an attempted clearance, unfortunately blasting the ball high into the City net instead.