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This amazing party hotspot is home to one of the UK’s fiercest sporting rivalries. And when it all kicks off in ‘Brizzle’ you’d best know which side you’re on. There’s also a great selection of training facilities and some of the maddest team building activities.
Local opposition awaits teams on tour looking for a competitive fixture. Bristol also offers epic adventures away from the standard field of play with the hugely popular Somerset Games as well as Foot Golf, Ribbing, High Ropes and Bubble Football among the highlights.
Despite fine sporting heritage Bristol's teams haven't amassed huge amounts of silverware in recent years. However the city does benefit from fantastic sporting facilities.
Bristol has some of the best nightlife in the UK and is one of the top 5 destinations for both stag and hen parties. There is also a massive variety of competitive action for adrenalin junkies, as well as a conveyor belt of huge comedy talent.
Stadium: Ashton Gate
Currently playing in the RFU Championship and competing in the British and Irish Cup, in which they crowned champions in 2011. Several international stars have played for Bristol, including Gareth Llewellyn, who until 2007 was Wales' most capped player. At the end of the 2013-14 season, Bristol finished top of the league.
Stadium: Ashton Gate
Known as "The Robins" to their fans, who fiercely (and successfully) defended the robin logo when club bosses tried to remove it from their kits. Football League Trophy winners in 1985-86, 2002-03 and 2014-15.
Gareth Chilcott (rugby)
Played as right and left prop for Bristol Old Redcliffians then later for nearby Bath. 373 1st XV appearances, 16 tries and one conversion for a career total of 66 points. He was a British Lion's Tourist to Australia 1989 in a squad featuring Andy Robinson and Jeremy Guscott.
Gary Mabbutt (football)
The former Tottenham captain started his career with Bristol Rovers. Career highlights included 16 England caps and lifting the FA Cup for Spurs during his 16 years with the club.
Ian Holloway (football)
One of football's most colourful and quotable managers Holloway began his playing career as an apprentice with Bristol Rovers, turning professional in March 1981 and making his league debut the same year before joining Wimbledon in 1985.
The city's nightlife is a huge draw with groups across the UK travelling to make the most of the vast array of huge clubs and bars. You can't fail to be entertained in such a huge and diverse cultural hotspot. Teams On Tour can arrange a full team dinner for your group, and guestlist entry to the city's largest clubs. As well as a huge art and music seen the city is a hotbed of comedy, Mark Watson, Little Britain's David Walliams and Matt Lucas, Russell Howard, Miranda Hart, Lee Evans and Stephen Merchant all spent time learning their trade in Bristol's comedy clubs.
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Enjoy space and comfort without the extravagant price tag. Fully air conditioned rooms and 24hr room service along with WiFi facilities offer you the perfect setting. You'll also be situated in the heart of the city, perfect for big nights out after big wins. Our 4* hotel options also include bars and restaurants.
Hostels are a really cost effective way of getting the squad on tour. All our hostels are based in the city centre ensuring you’re in the thick of the action for nights out. Our hostels are modern, clean with great facilities and trendy design.
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