Following the Farm’s opening pre-season defeat at the hands of Llantwit Major, attention turns to other Welsh opponents in the form of Barry Town United who travel to the Creek on Saturday at 3pm. For the first time since December last year, Bristol Manor Farm will open it’s gates to home and visiting supporters for what should be another thrilling fixture.
Supporters will be able to purchase tickets on the gate as usual, however we would like to ask all spectators to adhere to the social distancing guidelines when entering the ground and social club. You can familiarise yourself with the Bristol Manor Farm Risk Assessment HERE.
- Adults: £5
- Concessions: £3
- Under-16s: FREE
Any questions regarding tickets should contact club secretary, Rachael Caswell via email: Secretary@bristolmanorfarm.com
Formed in 1912, Barry Town United is a semi-professional football club that competes in the Welsh Cymru Premier Division. United will be no strangers to Manor Farm’s level, having competed in England’s Southern League and FA Cup. The Linnets have also represented Wales as winners of the Cymru Premier and Welsh Cup during the 1990s and early 2000s.