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1975 - 1976 Promotion Shirt

Thursday 20th April 2006, is a special date thousands of Robins’ fans scattered across the globe, because it marks the 30th Anniversary of their club’s last promotion to top-flight football.

That evening Bristol City beat Portsmouth 1-0, at Ashton Gate wearing this classic shirt, before a blissful crowd of 27,394, thanks to Clive Whitehead’s third minute scorcher.

Bristol City Supporters Trust and TOFFS are proud to be able to offer Robins fans the opportunity to buy this limited edition shirt from TOFFS.

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Bristol City 1955 - 1956 home shirt.

Thanks to the amazing goalscoring of John Atyeo, second from right on the back row, Bristol City became champions of Division Three (south) as well as securing a club record 30 league victories in season 1954-55 and wore this shirt for the following campaign back in the old Division Two.

During that championship winning season, John Atyeo scored 28 goals and 351 overall in 645 apperances for Bristol City.

In 1955 Atyeo scored on his debut for England in a 4-1 victory over Spain the first time floodlights were used at Wembley for a competitive football match.

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Bristol City 1973 - 1974 home shirt

On Tuesday, February 19th, 1974, Second Division Bristol City shocked the football world, wearing this classic design, when they beat Don Revie's all-conquering, topflight Leeds United side 1-0, at Elland Road, in an F.A. Cup 5th Round replay, thanks to Donnie Gillies' 73rd minute clipped shot.

To appreciate the magnitude of City's triumph you have to consider the following information: The Robins won despite performing in front of a fiercely partisan crowd of 47,182. Leeds all-star team was packed with international players and going into the FA Cup tie were undefeated in 29 First Division matches. They eventually won the championship by 5 points.

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