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‘Looks really bland’ – Plenty of Bristol City fans get involved in Ashton Gate debate

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Ashton Gate is home to Bristol City, and is recognised as one of the finest stadiums in the Football League.

The BS3 venue holds 27,000 fans and has been the home of Bristol City for over 100 years. It’s one of the oldest and most recognisable grounds in the county, but with age comes the need for improvements.

Bristol City fans have weighed-in on the stadium debate, and outlined the potential changes they’d like to see made to their home.

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One topic that got banded around was the South Stand, and how it’s become somewhat ‘bland’ as the years have passed.

Another was the lack of a City badge on the exterior of the stadium, and the poor range of club merchandise available at the frankly over-priced club store.

Here we take a look at what Bristol City fans had to say on Ashton Gate, and some of the improvements they’d suggest making:


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Article title: ‘Looks really bland’ – Plenty of Bristol City fans get involved in Ashton Gate debate

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