Wael Al-Qadi was carried through the streets of Bristol after the club secured promotion to League One yesterday.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers have secured promotion in the final game of the season after beating Dagenham and Redbridge.
Bristol Rovers are a step closer to promotion after a St George's day win but a play-off final at Wembley is something many hope to avoid.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers have suffered a major blow to their plans to build a new £30 million stadium.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers will soon discover if they've won their High Court appeal to force Sainsbury's to buy the Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
In football, it was a night of mixed emotions for Bristol's two clubs.
In the Championship, City suffered their second straight defeat after conceding a late goal at Wolves. But it's 3 wins in a row for the Rovers in League Two after beating Wimbledon 3-1.
Jermaine Easter, Ollie Clarke and Matty Taylor were on-target at the Memorial Stadium.
Swindon Town have made it four wins out of four after beating to Doncaster 2-0 at the County Ground.
Matty Taylor hit a hat-trick as Bristol Rovers thrashed Hartlepool 4-1 at the Memorial Stadium.
Yeovil beat Accrington and Cheltenham lost at Eastleigh.
Wael al Qadi - the new president of Bristol Rovers - has spent the weekend defying the rules of football ownership.Read the full story ›
We speak to the new owner of Bristol Rovers, about why he chose to invest in the football club and about the proposed new stadium.Read the full story ›
As Bristol Rovers are set to make a "significant announcement" about the club's future this afternoon, ITV News understands that it could be set for a total takeover.
It comes amid speculation that the club will be bought by an influential Jordanian family.
The Al-Qadis are significant shareholders in the Arab Jordan Investment Bank.
Looks like @official_brfc won't just be announcing investment in club this afternoon, I'm hearing that it will be confirmation of a takeover
That's new investors taking over with virtually all the current board - including Nick Higgs - walking away and becoming 'fans'.