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Bristol City

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Swansea vs Bristol City (27 Feb)

Head Coach

Dean Holden

League Position
12

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Established
1897 (124 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Ashton Gate
(16,600 Capacity)

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Location
Bristol

Nicknames
The Robins, City, BCFC

Competitions
English League Championship
FA Cup
EFL Cup

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Upcoming Events
27 Feb 21 Swansea  -  Bristol City
03 Mar 21 Bristol City  -  Bournemouth
06 Mar 21 Bristol City  -  QPR
13 Mar 21 Birmingham  -  Bristol City
17 Mar 21 Blackburn  -  Bristol City

Latest Results
23 Feb 21 Middlesbrough  1 - 3  Bristol City
20 Feb 21 Bristol City  0 - 1  Barnsley
16 Feb 21 Bristol City  0 - 2  Reading
13 Feb 21 Watford  6 - 0  Bristol City
10 Feb 21 Sheffield United  1 - 0  Bristol City

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Bristol City Football Club is a football club in Bristol, England. Their ground is Ashton Gate, located in the southwest of the city. They currently play in the Championship after winning League One during the 2014–15 season. In sealing the League One title, Bristol City became only the second team to win both the third-tier championship and Football League Trophy double during the same season.

Bristol City won the Welsh Cup – despite being an English club – in 1934. In 1907 they finished runners-up in Football League Division One, which is their highest ever final position. In 1909 they lost the FA Cup final to Manchester United, their only final. Since relegation in 1911, however, they only returned to the top division from 1976 to 1980 and did not contend for any honours then. In 1982, Bristol City became the first English club to suffer three consecutive relegations. They were promoted to the Football League Championship in the 2006–07 season after finishing second in League One but failed to make a second consecutive promotion to the Premier League after they were defeated by Hull City in the 2008 Football League Championship play-off Final at Wembley Stadium. With victories in 1986, 2003 and 2015, Bristol City are now the most successful team in the Football League Trophy.

The club's nickname is "The Robins", and a robin featured on the club's badge from 1976 to 1994. Official club merchandise, including replica kits, still has a label showing a robin. An attempt by the club to alter the badge was abandoned after it was criticised fiercely by fans. The team's main rivals are Bristol Rovers in the Bristol derby and Cardiff City in the Severnside derby, along with other regional teams in the West Country derby.

Team Members
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Hakeeb
Adelakun
#31



Nathan
Baker




Tyreeq
Bakinson




Aden
Baldwin




Daniel
Bentley




Chris
Brunt




Jay
DaSilva




Famara
Diédhiou




Rene
Gilmartin




Jack
Hunt




Tomas
Kalas




Henri
Lansbury
#8



Adrian
Mariappa
#6



Chris
Martin




Han-Noah
Massengo




Alfie
Mawson




Taylor
Moore




Ádám
Nagy




Callum
O'Dowda




Max
O'Leary
#12



Jamie
Paterson




Tommy
Rowe




Antoine
Semenyo
#42



Zeze
Sessegnon




Ryley
Towler




Zak
Vyner




Liam
Walsh




Andreas
Weimann




Nahki
Wells




Joe
Williams



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Stadium or Home

Ashton Gate Stadium is a stadium in Ashton Gate, Bristol, England, and is the home of Bristol City F.C. and Bristol Rugby. Located in the south-west of the city, just south of the River Avon, it currently has an all-seated capacity of 16,600, due to redevelopment, which should increase to a capacity of 27,000 by the start of the 2016-17 season of English football.

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