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Big Screens Arrive At Ashton Gate

Installation of two state-of-the-art full HD screens has begun at the stadium.

Both twice the size of the Sports Bar & Grill screen, one will be fitted above the Heineken Lounge and the other in the Atyeo-Dolman corner.

Provided by LG, the screens provide 140o viewing angles, which means fans will be able to watch the screens in full quality from any seat in the stadium.

Manufactured in Korea, the engineers who created it are making a special journey over to Bristol to configure the screens which has only ever been done once before at Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium.

The screens will be able to offer 281 trillion colours with ultra-bright technology, so fans can experience the full quality of the screens in any weather, day or night.

The two screens will be housed in a bespoke structure made just for Ashton Gate.

Completion of the first screen, above the Heineken Lounge, is scheduled for the end of September with the Atyeo-Dolman corner screen ready for the end of October.

Follow @Bristol_Sport to keep up-to-date on all the stadium developments at Ashton Gate.

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