Bristol City boss Lee Johnson will look to secure a fourth straight win in the Championship when he takes his side to Cardiff.Read the full story ›
Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth looks back on the life of Bristol City midfielder Gerry Gow. With contributions from former HTV sports editor Roger Malone; Gerry Sweeney (team mate 1971-81); and Scott Murray (Bristol City 1997-2009)
Bristol City have published a long tribute to former midfielder Gerry Gow, who has died at the age of 64. Read the full article here
"On the pitch he carried the fight for the team and his team-mates. His lung-busting, tough-tackling approach is what won him the hearts of City fans. Off the pitch he was a true gent, always willing to give up his time for those who supported him."
Bristol City legend Gerry Gow has died at the age of 64 after losing his battle with cancer.Read the full story ›
Bristol City manager Lee Johnson and his players have declared that they want to become history makers.Read the full story ›
The Robins have secured the defender on a one-year-deal - the club's thirteenth signing of a busy transfer window.Read the full story ›
Bristol City have signed Swedish international striker Gustav Engvall from IFK Gothenburg for an undisclosed fee.Read the full story ›
The Robins have sold striker Kodjia to Championship rivals Aston Villa for a massive record £15 million.Read the full story ›
Taylor Moore has captained England, he's lived in France all his career, he's bilingual and learning a third language, and he's only 19!Read the full story ›
Bristol City will record their biggest crowd for 22 years when they host Newcastle United this weekend.
With the upper tier of the new Lansdown Stand open for the first time, ticket sales for the match against the former Premier League giants have surpassed 21,000, making it the biggest football crowd at Ashton Gate since the 1-1 draw with Liverpool in the FA Cup third round tie of January 1994.
Lee Johnson's side made a winning start to the season after beating Wigan, Wycombe Wanderers and Burton Albion in their first three games.
It's the first time the Robins have opened a season with three straight wins since 2001, although their 100% record was ended last night in a 1-0 defeat at Norwich.
Ashton Gate has only seen nine 20,000-plus attendances since 1990, the largest against Chelsea - 24,535, in the FA Cup in January 1990.
Fans can still secure a seat for Saturday’s match by booking online through bcfc.co.uk or by calling 0117 963 0600 during office hours.
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