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.
As the season begins to draw to a close, it’s time to cast your vote for our annual end of seasons awards.
Following the news that current Supporter Liaison Officer David Lloyd is to stand down at the end of the season, the board of Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust calls on the Football Club to Read More
Bristol City Supporters Club & Trust once again invite you to meet with Steve Lansdown for a Q&A session.
John Atyeo is widely considered the most accomplished footballer who has played for Bristol City. It is therefore fitting that when the new Ashton Gate is completed in autumn 2016, the final piece to be put in place will be a 1¼ life-size statue of ‘Big John’.
If you are a Bristol City fan right now, you could be forgiven for thinking somebody up there doesn’t like you. In fact, not even anything as divine as that, simply certain police forces across England and Wales.
On what was supposed to be a glorious first home game back in the Championship and a brand spanking new stand to start a new era in the history of Bristol City FC, the sad news broke just before kick off that one of Bristol City’s biggest ever fans Kevin Brake had died suddenly the night before.