Ashton Gate at night

Away Fans' Guide | Bristol City (A)


Argyle are back on the road tomorrow night with a trip to Bristol City. 

Steven Schumacher's team will be looking to bounce back from a 2-1 loss away at Preston North End on Saturday.

Over 3000 Argyle fans will make the trip to Ashton Gate, and those making the journey can check out our Fans' Guide below.

Away Fans' Guide | Bristol City (A)

Argyle TV

Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship fixture away at Bristol City will be available to stream worldwide on Argyle TV.

For supporters who are unable to get to Ashton Gate, an Argyle TV Video Match Pass for the game against the Robins costs just £10 and is available here.

To watch the game, supporters will need to either register for an Argyle Account (click here), or log in to an existing one, and then click here to purchase a pass.

The fixture will be accessible via the homepage and the Match Centre approaching kick-off.

Please note that this fixture does not form part of Argyle TV Domestic Subscriptions but is included in the Argyle TV International subscription package. 

Argyle TV’s pre-match show will be available to watch on the club’s YouTube page from 6:45pm where Erin Black will be joined by Ian Stonebridge.

Charlie Price will bring the live match commentary from Ashton Gate where he will be joined by former Argyle player Ryan Brunt on co-commentary.



Ashton Gate Stadium
Ashton Road

Matchday buses 

Bristol City's matchday shuttle buses will operate as follows:

  • AG1 Portway Park & Ride (via Portway) – approx. every 12 minutes
  • AG2 Brislington Park & Ride (direct service) – approx. every 15 minutes
  • AG3 Temple Meads (via Broadmead and the centre) – approx. every 20 minutes

All services drop-off and collect from Winterstoke Road, outside Ashton Gate. Full details including route maps, timetables, pricing and ticket information is available at


Buses will replace trains between Weston-super-Mare and Bristol Temple Meads due to engineering works.

A very limited direct service of trains will run between Bristol Temple Meads and Taunton, diverted via an alternative route. Fans using this service can expect extended journey times by around 45 minutes. 

For further information on rail services, please visit the GWR website here.

Walking & Cycling

Many fans will find walking or cycling the quickest way to get to games. The stadium is less than 30 minutes walk from most of south, central and west Bristol and fans can use the postcode BS3 2EJ to plan your route. Cycling will be even quicker as the stadium is connected by numerous cycle paths – plan your journey by clicking here – the planner shows route type, elevation and cycle rack and pump locations.

Cycling to Ashton Gate

Ashton Gate is easily accessed by bike via a number of dedicated cycle paths in Bristol. We also have plenty of bike racks at the stadium (96 in total) as well as a free to use handy bike pump.

We’re a short bike ride from many parts of Bristol. A helpful Journey Planner provides helpful information such as elevation, route types and pump locations. Plan your route here.


Electric scooters are not allowed on-site and must be parked in an appropriate area outside the stadium being careful not to block entrances, exits or the pavement. Voi are the only authorised e-scooters allowed to be used in Bristol and users are kindly requested to ensure they comply with the law and carefully consider their speed around the stadium on a matchday.

By Air

Bristol Airport is just 15 minutes drive from the Stadium. The Airport Flyer Service A1 stops at Parson Street, just 15 minutes walk from Ashton Gate.

By Boat

Number Seven Boat Trips operate a cross-harbour ferry service which shuttles between Hannover Quay and the SS Great Britain up to 18:15 on weekdays and 17:30 on weekends. The stop at the SS Great Britain is an 18 minute walk to Ashton Gate Stadium. For further information click here.

Bristol Ferry Boats also run a waterbus service from Temple Meads to stops near the stadium between 10:00 and 17:00 every day. This service also calls at the SS Great Britain as well as The Cottage Landing which is a 15 minute walk. For further information click here.

Miles Away Coach Travel

Coaches depart from outside the Devonport End at 2.45pm.

Clean Air Zone

Most supporters will find public transport quicker and easier than driving to games and should be aware that central Bristol, including many roads near Ashton Gate, is now part of a Clean Air Zone (CAZ) where non-compliant vehicles will be charged between £9 and £100 per day to drive.


Most supporters will find public transport quicker and easier than driving to games and should be aware that many local streets are covered by a Resident Parking Scheme.

If however you are driving we strongly advise you to park at the Portway Park & Ride (ideal for those using the motorway) or Brislington Park & Ride where you can use the Matchday Supporter bus services to complete your journey.

We advise supporters to check their route before travelling by clicking here and allow plenty of time for your journey.

Limited official offsite parking, media parking and disabled parking is available close to the stadium. To book, call Supporter Services on 0117 9630 600 (option 1), Monday-Friday 9am-5pm at the first opportunity to avoid disappointment.

Unofficial off-site parking

Ashton Event Parking, Clanage Road, Bower Ashton, BS3 2JX. Online advanced booking from £15 per car, 10 minute walk.

DJ Matchday Parking, Cala Trading Estate, Ashton Vale Road, BS3 2HA. £10 per car, 7 minute walk. Please note, DJ Matchday Parking does not open for City Women’s game.

Other car parks can be found by clicking here.

Tickets sold out

Tickets for Tuesday's game at Bristol City have now sold out. Thank you for your superb support. 

Tickets will be available for collection at the Home Park Ticket Office until 1pm on Tuesday, 19 September. Any uncollected tickets will be available on the day at Ashton Gate, from the away turnstiles office, from 6.15pm. 

If you have paid for postage and they have not arrived, please call 01725 907700 or email the Home Park Ticket Office ( by 1pm on Tuesday, 19 September for us to be able to arrange duplicates for collection.

Food and Drink

The Independence Sports Bar is located at the main Winterstoke Road entrance to Ashton Gate and sits between the Lansdown and South Stands and is home to the largest indoor pub screen in Europe.

New at Ashton Gate for the 23/24 Season, the latest concession to feature within the Independence Sports Bar is “Loaded Fries”. Simply place your order from the QR codes displayed throughout the bar and collect from the Collection Point within.

The Kofi Lounge, situated next to the Independence Sports Bar, is a friendly coffee lounge serving high-quality ethically sourced coffee, and a range of sweet treats and savoury snacks.

A range of food and beverage options will also be available inside the stadium.

Bag Policy

Please try and leave your bags at home. Only bags that comply with Bristol City's Bag Policy will be permitted entry into the stadium. No left luggage/bag drop facilities are available at the stadium.

If you have a medical condition that requires you to bring a bag or other equipment with you to a match, please email Bristol City's Disability Access Officer on or They have a restricted bag policy and only those under the size of A4 will be allowed into the stadium and will be subject to a search.

Umbrellas are not permitted.

Cashless Stadium

Please be aware that Ashton Gate is a cashless stadium, with no cash accepted anywhere. 

Lost children

All children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a responsible adult. If you are attending the stadium with young children we recommend that they wear a wristband that can be collected at the turnstiles (upon request) or can be collected from the Information Area situated on the South Stand/Lansdown corner concourse near A8/S17/S16. These wristbands have the Safeguarding phone number printed on them. 

We have two repatriation locations – one located inside and one outside the stadium premises. Should you be separated from your child please notify the nearest steward immediately or contact the Safeguarding Team on mob: 07880 140411.

We advise that you agree a clear meeting point both inside and outside the stadium with your child on arrival at the stadium. Please remind them, that should they become separated from you, they should only approach an identified steward for help or to phone the Safeguarding number on the wristband.


If you have any concern regarding safeguarding, please click here to report a Safeguarding Concern or email or you can call the Safeguarding Team on 07880 140411.

Stadium map

A map of the ground can be downloaded here.

Stadium seating

Argyle fans will be located in the Atyeo Stand.

Stadium-wide free WiFi is available.

Turnstiles open at 6:15pm 

If you see or hear any racist, homophobic or any other abuse around the stadium, please report it to Bristol City's text line: 07770 736 047

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