Bristol City books

Bristol City

Bristol City

Bristol City nearly disappeared off the English football map in the early  1980s.

Steady progress has been made since Ashton Gate transformed into a 21st-century venue and supporters are hoping for a return to the top division after an absence of over 40 years.

Read about some of the club’s glorious matches, or tuck into a book that uncovers what happened when everything unravelled – and ultimately nearly ended in the club’s demise.

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You’ll find some of the best Bristol City books below.

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Bristol City Match of My Life: Robins Legends Relive Their Greatest Games​

Bristol City Match of My Life: Robins Legends Relive Their Greatest Games

Hardback
By Neil Palmer

Twenty Bristol City Football Club legends tell the stories behind their favourite matches for the Robins.

Bristol City: From Atyeo to Dicks - A Personal Memoir (Desert Island Football Histories)​

Bristol City: From Atyeo to Dicks - A Personal Memoir (Desert Island Football Histories)

Paperback
By Edward Giles

This book covers the ultimately traumatic story that culminated with the collapse of Bristol City through the divisions…

Bristol City Memories: The Subs Bench Interviews​

Bristol City Memories: The Subs Bench Interviews

Hardcover
By Richard Latham

Only five-star reviews for this great book.

A must-read for anyone who has Bristol City coursing through their veins.

Behind the Goal - Memories of Bristol City's East End​

Behind the Goal - Memories of Bristol City's East End

Paperback
By Neil Palmer

The story of Bristol City’s East End, by supporters who have stood on the famous terrace watching City since 1928.

Neil Palmer marks its passing with tales from fans and players alike who loved that part of Ashton Gate.

A year in the making, a book for lovers of all things red.

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