and every one profits are going to be equally split between Bristol City Community Trust and therefore the host club.
Community Trust Chief government Dan White said: “The club has supported the community match for the past six seasons and for that we tend to are very grateful.
And so it begins. The five-week curtain-raising to the 2019/20 Championship season starts this weekend as port town head to post code BS10.
First up is that the annual port town Community Trust game because the Robins withstand Hallen AFC at 3pm.
Tickets aren’t sold-out out at the Hallen Centre and there’ll be some available on the gates,
because the Robins head to north-west port with Monday’s £8m sign language from Chelsea Tomas Kalas safely tucked away within the back pocket.
AFC Wimbledon ready to welcome Bristol City and new £8m man Tomas Kalas
And Armadillos chairman Lee Fairman has told Bristol Live that the Western Toolstation League Premier Division club,
seven tiers below the Champioship, are able to host the Robins on Saturday.
The money raised from the event can prove an enormous boost down at the Hallen Centre,
who additionally unchained pitches for rent for small-sided games for anyone wanting a game themselves too.
The Back a pair of Action cluster additionally runs their sessions at the Hallen facilities serving to several prime level footballers keep in form across pre-season.
The previous few years are robust times for the club on the pitch finishing twelfth last season and seventeenth the campiagn before,
however there’s hope that things can currently get on the up following success off the grass.
Especially following their new 3G pitch and large refurbishment of the club facilities last year – opened by Liverpool legend John Barnes last November.
There are not any current links with port town most – if truth be told, whisper it,
additional Rovers – with manager johnston having been on the books of the Gas, creating one league look in 1999.
Hopefully the Robins do not hold that against them after they pitch au fait Saturday to start their pre-season contests.
Bristol City’s pre-season friendlies
July 6, v Hallen (A)
July 9, v AFC Wimbledon (A)
July 13, v Derby County (IMG Academy, Florida)
July 19, v Sarasota Metropolis (IMG Academy, Florida)
July 24, v Forest Green Rovers (A)
July 27, Crystal Palace (H)
Date And Time
City will visit the Hallen Centre (BS10 7RU) on Tuesday, July 9th (3pm kick-off)
with all profits being evenly split between Bristol City Community Trust and Hallen A.F.C.
AFC Wimbledon vs Bristol City
Tuesday, July 9th (7:45 pm kick-off)