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Gate Guide - Exeter Chiefs 

Bristol Bears welcome Exeter Chiefs to Ashton Gate Stadium for the second South West derby of the season on Sunday, November 18th (3pm KO).

Here’s your easy guide for what to expect, if you’re heading to the Gate.

ORDER OF EVENTS

10:00am - Coffee Shop & Bristol Sport store open

10:00am - Matchday ticket office open

11:00am - Sports Bar Open

12:00pm - Fan Village Open

1:00pm - Turnstiles open and big screen entertainment begins

2:15pm - Team announcements

2.59pm - Minutes silence for Armistice Day

3:00pm - Kick-off

STADIUM

We currently have limited availability throughout the stadium, but pay on the day will be available.

Following a supporter poll on social media, the musical theme on Sunday’s match day will be 80s classics.

A travelling contingent from the Rugby World Cup 2019 Organising Committee (RWC 2019) and the Japanese Rugby Union (JRFU) is set for a taste of Premiership Rugby on Sunday. For more information, click here.

TICKETS

Tickets are currently still available but with a bumper crowd expected, fans are urged to buy in advance.

BUY TICKETS

PROGRAMMES

Bristol Bears programmes are available from each of the concession stands inside the stadium.

Premiership fan radios are also available from the Bristol Sport Store and there will also be opportunities to buy inside the stadium too.

FOOD & DRINK

All stadium concessions will be open throughout the stadium. Upgrade your ticket for this Sunday's West-Country derby with our special VIP Cowshed hospitality offering. For full details, click here.

FAN VILLAGE

The Ashton Gate Fan Village opens at 12pm and fans will see Raskals live as well as being able to experience many food and drinks concessions.

Toilets for the fan village are situated in the South Stand.

GETTING HERE

Supporters are urged to get here early due to the volume of fans attending the match on Sunday. 

For full travel information, click here.

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