Formerly known as the Robins High Performance Centre, the Bristol City High Performance Centre officially opened ahead of the first preseason game in Bristol City when the club hosted Celtic. The multi-million-pound arena was designed by KKA architects and has undergone a lot of changes, especially in home fixtures, since the early days. It has been home to the first team partners, academy and management staff since the team returned to preseason in late July, until the Bristol City Women’s league took over and made it their base for their home game.
The £20 million estimated facility includes three full-size playing fields, including an illuminated playing field to host the club’s U18 and U23 games. There are also bleachers, goalkeeper and tactical positions, medical and rehabilitation facilities, a gym, a sports science facility, and space for physical therapists and coaches. The Bristol City Women’s team calls this area home while Ashton Gate stadium remains home for the Bristol City FC training ground and court for their matches.
- 1 How to Get to the Bristol City High Performance Centre
- 2 Where to Park
- 3 Away Friendly Pubs Near the Bristol City High Performance Centre
- 4 Hotels Near the Bristol City High Performance Centre
- 5 What Have Other Away Fans Said About Their Trip to Bristol City High Performance Centre?
- 6 Bristol City High Performance Centre Directions
- 7 Bristol City Women Twitter
- 8 Stadium Key Facts
- 9 Other FA Women’s Championship Football Grounds
How to Get to the Bristol City High Performance Centre
The easiest way to get to the centre is by car. Simply plug in the complete address of the centre on your sat nav and follow the directions. It is quite near the Ashton Gate stadium however parking is quite difficult to find come match day.
Once parked, you can exit through the entrance gate of the QEH car park, turn right and use the path that leads fans to the Bristol City High Performance Centre.
Buses leave from Haymarket near Primark (Broadmead) and stop near the Racecourse (centre) and near Ashton Gate before reaching the HPC.
Discounted tickets are just £ 1.80 per person and are valid throughout the Bristol Area network so you can transfer to other First Bus services at no additional charge. The cheapest way to travel is with mTicket, contactless card payments are accepted on the buses, but cash is not accepted on the bus.
There are bus schedules available online for fans who are taking the bus to the games. Be sure to check these out before leaving.
Where to Park
If you are coming by car and want to pre-book a parking space you can do so via the BristolSports ticketing site for £ 3, while parking bought on the day costs £ 5,444
Car-park address: QEH Sports Ground, Failand, Bristol, BS8 3TN
Away Friendly Pubs Near the Bristol City High Performance Centre
There are some concession stands in the performance centre. However, if you’re looking for a nice pub to rest at before or after a game, you can try driving to town where most of the pubs are. You can spot The Robins, The Cornubia, King William Ale House, and The Ashton among a few other bars which are all close by to each other. These places are only a 10-20 minute drive away from the centre so you won’t need to venture too far.
Hotels Near the Bristol City High Performance Centre
If you’re looking to stay in the area and need accommodations, there are several inns, bed and breakfasts, and hotels that you can check in at. Fan favourites are the Fox and Goose Barrow Gurney by Marston’s Inn, Fox Holes, Perry House, The Alma Taverns Boutique Suites, and the Redwood Hotel & Country Club among the few choice others in the nearby area.
What Have Other Away Fans Said About Their Trip to Bristol City High Performance Centre?
This is one of the more recent developments that the BristolFC team has recently taken under their wing. It’s a great place to watch and play football and, thanks to the advance upgrade, has modern facilities which make watching the season matches way more enjoyable.
What’s great too is that their share a home page with the official BristolFC team so if you’re trying to look for matches to watch in the summer or any other date, try to see who the winning team is, or get any updates on the FA women’s championship, you can easily check the website and see all the latest goings.
When it comes to the performance centre, access to the seats and view of the playing field is granted on the right side of the building, where an administrator reviews tickets previously purchased prior to admission.
Outside The Bristol City High Performance Centre
Bristol City High Performance Centre Directions
Bristol City Women Twitter
Stadium Key Facts
- Capacity – 400
- Address – Clevedon Rd, Failand, Bristol BS8 3TN, United Kingdom
- Telephone – +44 1275 403100
- Email – [email protected]
- Rival Club -Bristol Rovers
- Pitch Size – 50 x 100 yards (45x90m)
- Pitch Type – Grass
- Year Ground Opened – 2021
- Club Name – Bristol City Football Club
- Official Website – https://www.bcfc.co.uk/
- Facebook Page – https://www.facebook.com/bristolcityfc/?ref=page_internal
- Owner – Steve Lansdown
- Club Nickname – The Robins or Cider Army
- Construction Cost – £20 million
- Coordinates – N 51° 31.2239′ W 2° 40.2551′
Other FA Women’s Championship Football Grounds
- Blackburn Rovers Ladies - Sir Tom Finney Stadium
- Bristol City Women - Bristol City High Performance Centre
- Charlton Athletic Women - The Oakwood
- Coventry United Ladies - Butts Park Arena
- Crystal Palace Ladies - Hayes Lane (Westminster Waste Stadium)
- Durham Women - The Graham Sports Centre
- FA Women's Championship Football Grounds
- Liverpool Ladies - Prenton Park
- London City Lionesses - Princes Park
- Sheffield United Women - Proact Stadium
- Sunderland Ladies - The Hetton Centre
- Watford Ladies - Orbital Fasteners Stadium