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More Than A Thousand Forever Bristol Memberships Sold

Forever Bristol membership for Bristol City, Bristol Rugby and Bristol Flyers supporters are proving popular. 

More than a thousand Forever Bristol Memberships have been sold within ten days of going on sale. 

Membership offers supporters priority on tickets ahead of general sale across Bristol City, Bristol Rugby and Bristol Flyers Basketball, as well as a ticket discount on all home league games.

More than a quarter of those sold have been Forever Bristol Sport memberships illustrating fans’ support of all three sports.

With a significant number of games selling out for all three teams during 2014/15, ticketing priority is especially important. Ashton Gate will again be operating at a reduced capacity over the next 12 months, while Flyers regularly play in front of capacity crowds.

Seasonal Forever Bristol membership costs just £20, existing members will be contacted regarding renewals.

Bristol Sport 7s membership is also available for children aged seven years old or ‘Year Two’ between the dates of July 6th 2015 and May 31st 2016.

Costing just £10 per club, it entitles youngsters to a club shirt, two tickets to a home game, entry to exclusive member events and a junior magazine.

Bristol Sport 7s members can also pay an additional £10 upgrade to include the benefits of full Forever Bristol Membership (ticket priority and discounts).

Membership can be purchased from the Bristol Sport online ticketing system (using Supporter ID and lower case postcode eg bs32ej) or by calling Supporter Services on 0117 963 0600 (option one).

* Price frozen against last year’s sale price

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