University Showcase Exhibition
Ashton Gate began the week with a university event as UK University Search transformed the concourses and showcased many universities and colleges to over 3000 prospective students.
Find out more about their new university exhibition below.
Rightmove Sales & Lettings Day
Wednesday and Thursday saw Rightmove takeover our Lansdown Suite with their sales and lettings day, seeing over 200 guests enjoy the day.
Kevin Pietersen makes an appearance at Ashton Gate!
Thursday evening saw the Lansdown Suite smoothly altered for a dinner, following the Rightmove event, for around 300 guests. Sporting events company Finders Keepers chose Ashton Gate Stadium as their destination to host an evening with Kevin Pietersen, with guests enjoying an in-depth account of the former international cricketers career.
Ashton Gate goes green for dyslexia
To mark Dyslexia Week, Ashton Gate Stadium joined many local landmarks in showing support for the Go Green for Dyslexia Campaign.
To mark Dyslexia Awareness Week, Nessy is launching a fundraising campaign to support the British Dyslexia Association – #GOGREENFORDYSLEXIA.
Every year in the UK 126,000 children find themselves facing homelessness. We find this unacceptable. Byte Night is an unforgettable way to help support them spend one night sleeping on the street so that young people dont have to.
Over 100 people will be camping out at Ashton Gate Stadium on Friday evening to raise money to fund work with young people across the UK.
Guests will also hear inspirational talks from Action for Children young people and service workers whose lives have been changed with the help of Byte Night.
Bristol City will be backed by more than 20,000 supporters against Reading this weekend.
The Royals head to BS3 against seventh-placed City, who are now nine unbeaten, tomorrow (Saturday, October 5th, 3pm KO).
The Robins are returning to Ashton Gate following consecutive draws on the road to Preston and Brentford.
Bristol Bears’ Premiership Rugby Cup continues when London Irish visit Ashton Gate on Sunday, October 6th with tickets available from just £10.
Pat Lam’s men host the Exiles, having overcome Gloucester 20-17 in the second round of the competition.
The Lansdown lower and South Stand only will be open for these fixtures. Please note, the games are not included on your season card.