Tickets remaining for Bristol Bears' festive fixture against Newcastle Falcons on Sunday 30th December

Tickets remaining for Bristol Bears' festive fixture against Newcastle Falcons on Sunday 30th December

Posted on: 24 Dec 2018

There won't be many better places for Bristol rugby fans to see out 2018 than at Ashton Gate Stadium this weekend, as Bristol Bears take on Newcastle Falcons in a vital home fixture. Tickets for the match at 3pm on Sunday 30th December are on sale now and can be found via the link below.



Bristol Bears v Newcastle Falcons.

Currently 10th in the table and just two points off the bottom, Bristol have got some work to do in the second half of this season if they want to secure their Premiership status for 2019/20. Their form so far has been patchy, winning three and losing seven of their ten matches so far, and so they'll be hoping to hit a good run of form in the new year to pull away from the bottom half pack.


That bottom half is propped up by their next opponents, the Newcastle Falcons, who sit rock bottom in 12th place. The Falcons do have the same record as Bristol - three wins and seven losses - but have gained only one bonus point so far compared to the Bears' three.


With the bottom half of the table so tight at this stage both sides will be looking to secure a win when they meet at Ashton Gate Stadium on Sunday 30th December, and could well kickstart their respective campaigns by grabbing the points and moving into the new year.


Tickets for the match are available via Bristol Sport and start at just £10 for under-12s and £30 for adults. You can find full ticketing information including stands, price ranges and deals & offers here.


For more information on Bristol Bears upcoming match against Newcastle Falcons, to buy tickets, see who else they're set to play in coming weeks and more, head to the official Bristol Sport website or check out the Bristol Bears Facebook page.

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Matt Robson

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