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What to expect from the Ashton Gate crowd?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

If your tickets place you in or near the East End of the stadium, I hope you enjoy singing! The crowd have their windpipes blaring for the full 90 minutes and won’t stop until the ref blows his whistle. It’s great fun. The Ashton Gate crowd gives you a warm welcome and with the away stand shared with some home supporters, it’s a good thing the Bristolians are so friendly! Usually a great day out for all involved, with an energetic atmosphere from the off.

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

Bristol is a friendly city and this really does extend to the football fans – yes the language can at times get a bit spicy all over the stadium, but it’s not an aggressive or an intimidating stadium to go to in the slightest.

The rowdiest bunches are seating in the East End and the Atyeo stand – with fans tending to be on their feet the whole game with songs blaring and chants being sung the whole game. The enclosed nature of the stand ensures that it is a cauldron of noise and they will roar their team on for 90+ minutes.

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