Bristol City Squad Players 2023/24, Stadium, Kits, and much more

Bristol City Football Club is a professional football club based in Bristol, England, which competes in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. They have played their home games at Ashton Gate since moving from St John’s Lane in 1904.

The club’s local colors are red and white, and their nickname is The Robins, a robin that has featured on the club’s badge from 1976 until 1994 and from 2019 onwards.

Here in this article, you will get to know about Bristol City 2023/24 Players, Squad, History, Stadium, Nickname, Kits, and more.

Bristol City Profile Summary

TeamBristol City Football Club
Nickname(s)The Robins
Home StadiumAshton Gate Stadium
Stadium Capacity27,000
LocationBristol
Founded1894
Websitehttp://www.bcfc.co.uk/
League2022–23 EFL Championship
ManagerNigel Pearson

About Bristol City FC

Bristol City Football Club is a professional football club based in Bristol, England, which competes in the EFL Championship, the second tier of English football. They have played their home games at Ashton Gate since moving from St John’s Lane in 1904.

The club’s local colors are red and white, and their nickname is The Robins, a robin that has featured on the club’s badge from 1976 until 1994 and from 2019 onwards. Their main rivals are Bristol Rovers, with whom they play the Bristol derby, and Cardiff City, with whom they play the Severnside cross-border derby.

Founded in 1894, the club competed in the Southern League and the Western League, being crowned champions of the Western League in 1897-1898. They were admitted to the Football League in 1901 and won the Second Division in 1905–06. They finished second in the First Division the following season, three points behind champions Newcastle United, and then lost to Manchester United in the 1909 FA Cup final.

Relegated in 1911, they dropped to the third tier in 1922, although they would claim the Third Division South title in 1922-23 and again in 1926-27. They were returned to the third tier in 1932, staying there until they won the Third Division South again in 1954-55. Having been relegated in 1960, Bristol City won promotion from the third tier in 1964–65 and then from the second tier in 1975–76. They played four seasons in the top flight before being relegated in three consecutive seasons in 1982.

Bristol City spent just two seasons in the Fourth Division, winning the Associate Members’ Cup (Football League Trophy) in 1986. Promoted out of the Third Division in 1989–90, the club was relegated in 1995 and again in 1999 after another promotion in 1997-1998.

Bristol City won the Football League Trophy again in 2003 and was promoted from League One in 2006–07. Relegated after six seasons in the Championship, they won the Football League Trophy for a third time in 2015 on their way to the 2014–15 League One title, and have remained in the Championship ever since.

Bristol City Squad Players 2023/24?

NAMEPOSAGEHTWTNAT
Max O’LearyG276′ 1″172 lbsEngland
Harvey Wiles-RichardsG21England
Stefan BajicG216′ 3″183 lbsFrance
Lewis ThomasG216′ 3″152 lbsEngland

Outfield Players

NAMEPOSAGEHTWTNAT
Ross McCrorieD256′ 3″152 lbsScotland
Cameron PringD256′ 1″157 lbsEngland
Kal NaismithD316′ 1″172 lbsScotland
Robert AtkinsonD256′ 4″185 lbsEngland
Robert DickieD276′ 5″163 lbsEngland
George TannerD235′ 11″157 lbsEngland
Taylor Gardner-HickmanD21England
Hayden RobertsD215′ 9″150 lbsEngland
Zak VynerD265′ 10″150 lbsEngland
Jamie Knight-LebelD18Canada
Raphael AraoyeD18Germany
Joseph JamesD17England
Duncan IdehenD216′ 2″England
Matty JamesM325′ 11″190 lbsEngland
Joe WilliamsM266′ 1″174 lbsEngland
Andy KingM356′ 0″172 lbsWales
Anis MehmetiM225′ 11″139 lbsAlbania
Jason KnightM225′ 8″139 lbsRepublic of Ireland
Mark SykesM266′ 0″150 lbsRepublic of Ireland
Ayman BenarousM20England
Tommy BackwellM20England
Harry CornickF285′ 11″183 lbsEngland
Andreas WeimannF325′ 10″168 lbsAustria
Tommy ConwayF21Scotland
Sam BellF21England
Nahki WellsF335′ 7″150 lbsBermuda
Ephraim YeboahF175′ 10″Italy
Raekwon NelsonF185′ 9″England

Bristol City Home Stadium

The Bristol has played at Ashton Gate Stadium in southwest Bristol, just south of the River Avon, since moving from St John’s Lane in 1904. The ground currently has a seated capacity of 27,000. It was the home of Bedminster until the 1900 amalgamation, and the amalgamated team played a few games there the following season, but it did not become Bristol City’s permanent home until 1904.

The South Stand opened for the 2015–16 season, with the existing Williams Stand demolished and replaced by the Lansdown Stand in 2016. A new, partly artificial Desso pitch was laid and the current Dolman Stand was renovated. There is still no decision on the club’s request to provide a “safe foot” area, similar to those used in Germany.

A state-of-the-art training facility came online in 2020. Robins High-Performance Center is located in Failand, a short distance from Ashton Gate Stadium.

Bristol City Kit

This is the new Hummel Bristol City home shirt for 2023/24.

Bristol City Kit
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Taking inspiration from the 1950s, the Hummel Bristol City 2023/24 Home Football Shirt has a classic style. Predominantly red, the Hummel Bristol City 2023/24 Home Shirt has a white collar and matching sleeves.

In line with the inspiration, the Hummel logo on the Hummel Bristol City 2022-23 Home Shirt is kept understated. The England flag on the back of the neck signifies that the club is English-owned.

White shorts and hooped socks complete the new Hummel Bristol City 2023/24 home shirt.

Kit sponsorship

This year Hummel is a sponsor of the kit.

Bristol City world rankings

The city is at #173 in world Rankings.

Bristol City trophies

League

First Division Runners-up – 1906/07
Second Division Champions – 1905/06
Second Division Runners-up – 1975/76
Third Division Champions – 2014/15
Division Runners-up – 1964/65, 1989/90, 1997/98, 2006/07
Third Division (South) Champions – 1922/23, 1926/27, 1954/55

Cup

FA Cup Runners-up: 1908/09
League Cup semi-finalists: 1970/71, 1988/89, 2017/18
Football League Trophy Winners: 1985/86, 2002/03, 2014/15
Football League Trophy Runners-up: 1986/87, 1999/00
Welsh Cup Champions: 1933/34
Anglo-Scottish Cup Champions: 1977/78

FAQs

Who is Bristol City’s highest earner?

Nahki Wells has the highest salary at City, earning £27,000 per week.

What is Bristol City’s yearly wage bill in 2023?

Bristol City’s total salary bill is £11,362,000 per year.

What is Bristol City’s monthly wage bill in 2023?

Bristol City’s total salary bill is £218,500 per week.

What league does City play in?

Bristol City plays in the Sky Bet Championship, the second division of men’s professional football in England.

Conclusion

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Muhammad Saleem is an aspiring writer and Admin at Football Arroyo. He is a fabulous Football writer, and a huge football fan. He is also a football fan since childhood and has a keen interest in regional sports events coverage.

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