Bristol City Ladies will play their home matches at Stoke Gifford Stadium, Filton, but will start their WSL campaign at Ashton Gate.
First Home Match: 7 September 2019: Bristol City vs Brighton & Hove Albion @ 3 pm, Ashton Gate Stadium (Bristol City Men’s Stadium)
- Adult £52
- Senior (over 65) £37
- Under 22 £37
- Under 19 £22
- Under 12 £12
Match Day Tickets
- Adult £6
- Senior (over 65) £4
- Under 22 £4
- Under 19 £3
- Under 12 £1
Tickets available here
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How to get to Stoke Gifford Stadium
The Bristol City Vixens play their home matches at Stoke Gifford Stadium in North Bristol, however, they will start their 2019/20 season at the Bristol City Stadium, Ashton Gate.
Stadium Address: New Road, Stoke Gifford, Bristol, BS34 8LP
The stadium is about a 10 min walk from Bristol Parkway station
Bristol Parkway is a gateway to the rest of the country and trains from the station reach Glasgow, London and Swansea.
What’s on in Bristol?
Bristol City’s ground is right around the corner from the city of Bristol itself. Bristol is a lively city with many interesting cultural attractions so is well worth a visit if you are heading down to the South West for a Bristol City Women’s match.Food and Drink
The Lido Restaurant
- Bristol’s 21st-century take on a Victorian institution sees the restaurant overlooking the attached pool.
- Serving afternoon tea, quick bites and everything in between with ingredients sourced from the kitchen garden.
Za Za Bazaar
- Bristol Harbourside hosts the biggest restaurant in the UK bringing in punters from across the country and serving food from across the world in a buffet style.
River Cottage Kitchen
- Serves delicious, unique food in a restored church building in the Clifton area of Bristol. Perfect for a lunch stop after exploring the Clifton Suspension Bridge or Bristol Zoo.
- Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall’s fresh and seasonal contribution to the city’s food landscape.
What to see?
Bristol is notoriously filled with museums and art galleries suiting a variety of tastes from tales of the city’s maritime history to cool contemporary art galleries.
SS Great Britain
- The SS Great Britain museum is an iconic steamship that has been converted into a museum celebrating the inventions of British engineering icon Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
- Bristol’s dockside museum telling its history as a modern British city: dedicated to its past, present and future.
- One of the city’s most popular museums - in the middle of the up-and-coming Wapping Wharf area.
Take a boat tour around the city
- Water and the floating harbours of Bristol have played an important role in the way the city has built over the years and how it became a huge trading port.
- Bristol Ferry Boats operate a water bus service allowing you to hop on and off at various stops around the city - from Temple Meads to the SS Great Britain.
Clifton Suspension Bridge
- Visit Bristol’s masterpiece of engineering and design - Brunel’s greatest contribution to the city.
- Daily tours provide all the architectural history of the internationally recognised structure.
Bristol City Fixtures
07/09/2019 - Brighton & Hove Albion H
15/09/2019 - Everton A
29/09/2019 - Chelsea FC Women H
13/10/2019 - Liverpool A
20/10/2019 - Brighton & Hove Albion A
27/10/2019 - Tottenham Hotspur H
17/11/2019 - Reading A
24/11/2019 - Manchester City A
01/12/2019 - Arsenal H
08/12/2019 - Birmingham City H
15/12/2019 - West Ham United H
05/01/2020 - Manchester United A
12/01/2020 - Chelsea A
19/01/2020 - Liverpool H
02/02/2020 - Tottenham Hotspur A
09/02/2020 - Reading H
12/02/2020 - Manchester City A
23/02/2020 - Birmingham City A
22/03/2020 - Arsenal H
29/03/2020 - Brighton & Hove Albion A
05/04/2020 - Everton H
26/04/2020 - Manchester United H
16/05/2020 - West Ham United
(All fixtures subject to change)