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Gate Guide - Wasps Rugby

Premiership Rugby returns to Ashton Gate on Friday night when Bristol Bears welcome Wasps for the round seven clash (7.45pm KO).

Here’s your easy guide for what to expect if you’re heading to the stadium:

ORDER OF EVENTS

9:00am - Coffee Shop & Bristol Sport store open

5:00pm - Sports Bar open

5:00pm - Fan Village open

5.00pm - Matchday ticket office open

6:00pm - Turnstiles open and big screen entertainment begins

6.30pm - Meet players in the Ashton Gate store

7:30pm - Team announcements

7:45pm - Kick-off

TICKETS

All areas of the stadium are open for this fixture.

Tickets are available online by clicking below and pay on the day is available.

Over 20,000 tickets have been sold so far, with a large walk up expected, so supporters are urged to arrive early.

Tickets

PROGRAMMES

Bristol Bears interactive matchday programmes, which can be activated using the official club app, are available from each of the concession stands inside the stadium as well as:

  • Fans Village opposite the ticket office
  • Ashton Road main entrance (Lansdown)
  • Ashton Road main entrance (Dolman)
  • South Stand
  • Lansdown concourses

Gallagher Premiership rugby referee radios will be available from the Bristol Sport Store.

FOOD & DRINK

Supporters can enjoy a revamped matchday experience at Ashton Gate this season, with a number of new additions to the stadium’s offering.

Inside the Ashton Gate Stadium concourses, we recently announced that The Jolly Hog has opened a concession, as well as a new Mexican kiosk opening and Chicago Town Pizza being served in the Lansdown concourse.

For those fans who are planning on getting to the Stadium early, make the most of our £4 pint offering between 6.15pm-7.15pm. Get to the Stadium early and experience our new offerings.

The reusable cups will also be on sale throughout the concourse bars and two-pinters are also available to buy, with collection points dotted around the stadium following the match.

FAN VILLAGE

The external matchday Fan Village will have a new and improved food and beverage offering which includes Fish & Chips, Burgers and Spanish cuisine from Los Hermanos as well as including a new bar, Boots and Balls, which is fitted with a new state of the art speed pour system.

The Fan Village will be in operation from 5pm, with a host of food and drink on offer, with the drinks concessions offering a fully cashless option.

Supporters are urged to take their seats in advance of kick off. Toilets for the fan village are situated in the South Stand.

HALF-TIME

Supporters are advised that the Fan Village will remain open at half-time for food and drink purchases.

CLUBHOUSE AND NEWLY BRANDED SPORTS BAR

The clubhouse and newly branded sports bar will be open for supporters after full-time, with live music and Q&As with players and coaches.

GETTING HERE

Supporters are urged to get here early on Friday night. 

Your options for how to get to Ashton Gate are available here.

MATCH SPONSOR - Matt Burrows Construction

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