Sky Bet Championship game on Saturday, December 18, 2021

– Bristol City away game ticket information
– Kick-off at 3 p.m. on Saturday December 18, 2021
– Tickets will go on sale in stages on Friday December 3, 2021

Ticket information for our Sky Bet Championship match at Bristol City on Saturday 18th December 2021 has been confirmed.

We received an initial allocation of 1,523 reserved seat tickets and 10 pairs of wheelchair and caregiver tickets. Seats are located in the Atyeo grandstand, sheltered from row 12 up.

Please note that this is a ALL TICKETS game, so be sure to purchase your tickets in advance. There will be no pay on sales day.


Friday December 3, 2021, 10 a.m.
Tickets will be on sale to season pass holders.

Thursday December 9, 2021, 10 a.m.
All remaining tickets will go on general sale.

Tickets will remain on sale until Thursday, December 16, 2021 at 3 p.m.


Adults – £ 28
Seniors (65+) – £ 25
Under 25 – £ 25
Under 22 – £ 21
Under 19 – £ 15
Under 12 – £ 10


Disabled supporters must pay the corresponding price category.

If you need an accompanying person, he will receive a free ticket. The required DLA level for a free caregiver is the medium-high DLA rate or the enhanced PIP rate.

If supporters have a disability or have access requests, please contact Gareth Torpy (Bristol City Disability Liaison Officer) at 0117 9630 600 or send an email to [email protected]

Limited wheelchair parking spaces are available on site at a cost of £ 20 – must be reserved in advance with Gareth Torpy via the contact details above.


Travel is available, with coaches leaving from St Andrew’s Road parking lot at 9am. Tickets are priced at £ 27 per person.

Please note that you will need to wear a mask unless you are exempt.


In line – Click here to secure your seat!

Telephone – Call the ticket office at 01484 960 606 during opening hours

In person – Visit the box office during opening hours

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