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Bristol welcome Scarlets to Clifton RFC

Bristol Rugby's pre-season preparations continue with a friendly clash versus Scarlets at the Clifton RFC training base on Saturday (2.30pm KO).

Tickets for Saturday's game are available online here, with season card holders qualifying for discounted entry price of £6.

Supporters can purchase online until 11am on matchday. Pay on the day is available and we expect a significant walk up, so please arrive early to avoid queues.

Parking is limited and will come at a cost of £5 per vehicle, with gates opening at midday.

We have a number of parking facilities including our main carpark, AVIVA sports ground next door, and the use of surrounding premises, which will all be manned by Clifton Rugby volunteers.

(Please note: Bristol Saracens' car park is reserved for official use only. Please do not try and park there).

If you plan on travelling by car, please use Sat Nav: BS10 7TB.

Clifton RFC are located one mile off junction 17 of the M5 (close to Cribbs Causeway’s The Mall).

For full travel information, please see Clifton RFC's guide to matchday here.

Clifton Rugby have increased the number of outside bars this year that will offer a variety of alcoholic beverages, as well as investing in contactless payment systems to speed up bar queues. In addition, soft drinks, hot drinks and water will be on offer.

There will be a raised platform designated for individuals who require seated spectating and/or wheelchair room.

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