50/50 Matchday Draw

Win big with the 50/50 Matchday Draw! 

To celebrate Bristol City’s second season in the SkyBet Championship, the Trust’s familiar Matchday Draw will give fans the opportunity to win bigger and better prizes. 

The recently launched 50/50 Matchday half-time Draw ticket will see fans have the opportunity to win up to an astounding £1,000, plus there will be the traditional runner-up prize of signed Bristol City memorabilia.

The matchday draw tickets will be available to fans for just £1 at every home fixture throughout the season. Ticket sellers will be located throughout Ashton Gate and will be distinguishable by their purple Community Trust tabards.

All of the proceeds after deducting sums for prizes and expenses will be used to support the work of the Community Trust, assisting them in delivering their diverse projects throughout the city, all of which focus on health, social inclusion and education.

Each draw and prize presentation will be held at half-time at all home fixtures, and winning numbers will be announced over the PA system and via the @BCCommTrust Twitter account.

Those who are fortunate to possess a winning ticket should see the nearest steward who will accompany them to pitchside where prizes can be claimed and photo’s can be taken with the Bristol City Community Trust team.

Winning tickets can also be claimed on the first working day after the draw date between 10am and 5pm by contacting the Community Trust office on 0117 963 0636. Prizes that are not claimed, or in fact any winning tickets that have been defaced will be void, and will subsequently be deemed a donation to the society.

Dan White, Community Trust business manager is extremely grateful to everyone who has supported the matchday draw tickets in previous seasons, saying: “I would like to take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to everyone who has pledged their support.

“The matchday draw is a great opportunity for fans to win cash prizes and memorabilia, but it also enables the Trust to generate much needed funds. These proceeds assist us in delivering diverse programmes and courses to individuals of all ages and backgrounds, with the overriding aim of improving lives.

“Since 1994 we have sold in excess of one million half-time draw tickets, which is astonishing. It is a great cause, so I would strongly encourage everyone (above the age of 16) to spend £1 more at home fixtures and support this scheme.”