The Supporters Club & Trust Bar will be open on Sunday for the beamback from City’s match in Cardiff and reservations for seats in the bar to watch the game are now being taken. What’s more you can reserve your seat for free!
The Supporters Club & Trust bar on the first floor of the Sports Bar & Pizzeria at Ashton Gate is opening its doors at half-time and after matches to all City fans. While access before games will remain exclusively for SC&T members, any supporter can now get a drink (and a seat!) in the Supporters Bar at all other times on matchdays. Read More
10 Bristol City supporters who are not considered a risk or involved in football related disorder were surrounded and threatened with force including the use of police dogs, publicly accused of being hooligans by an inspector using a megaphone, detained for over 90 minutes and put back on a train home without being allowed to attend the game they had come to watch. They had all travelled to the game independently, didn’t all know each other and had tickets for the match. Read More
The Supporters Club & Trust is delighted to have played the lead role in commissioning the creation of a magnificent, larger-than-life statue to the great John Atyeo at the Winterstoke Road entrance to Ashton Gate.
Following the unveiling of the Atyeo statue at Ashton Gate last autumn and the subsequent addition of several extra rows of names on the plinth, we have received further enquiries asking if it is still possible to have names added.
Following the unveiling of the Atyeo statue at Ashton Gate last week, we have received dozens of enquiries asking if it is possible to have names added to those already put on the plinth in return for donations towards the statue costs.
On Friday 9 September 2016, a lawyer acting on behalf of Bristol City fans who were wrongly issued a section 35 dispersal notice, started court proceedings against West Midlands Police. Read More
On 12 September 2015 whilst trying to attend the away match at Birmingham City, 51 Bristol City fans were rounded up and issued a section 35 dispersal notice by West Midlands Police, escorted straight to New Street station and put on trains back to Bristol; we believe this was unfair and potentially unlawful.