Bristol City Women's Football Club is a women's association football team from the city of Bristol, who compete in FA Women's Super League, the highest division of women's football in England. Formed in 1998 as Bristol Rovers W.F.C., they were renamed Bristol Academy W.F.C. in 2005 following increased involvement of the Bristol Academy of Sport, based at Filton College .
Bristol City W.F.C. was a women's association football club based in Bristol in the 1990s and 2000s. The club was affiliated to Bristol City F.C. and played in the South West Combination, FA Women's Premier League Southern Division, and FA Women's Premier League National Division.
Bristol City Football Club is a professional football club based in Bristol, England. They currently play in the Championship, the second tier of English football.
Bristol Museum & Art Gallery is a large museum and art gallery in Bristol, England. The museum is situated in Clifton, about 0.5 miles from the city centre.
Bristol city centre is the commercial, cultural and business centre of Bristol, England. It is the area north of the New Cut of the River Avon, bounded by Clifton Wood and Clifton to the north-west, Kingsdown and Cotham to the north, and St Pauls, Lawrence Hill and St Phillip's Marsh to the east.
Bristol is a unitary authority and ceremonial county in England. Until 1 April 1996 it was a non-metropolitan district in Avon.
Bristol City Council is the local authority of Bristol, England. The council is a unitary authority, and is unusual in the United Kingdom in that its executive function is controlled by a directly elected mayor of Bristol.
Bristol City Line was a British shipping line based in Bristol, England that traded from 1704 until 1974. From 1760 Bristol City Line also built ships.The company's fleet was distinguished with the name of each ship ending in "City", and named after cities in Britain, the USA and Canada.
The Bristol City Stadium was a proposed football stadium, announced in November 2007, which would be built on land at Ashton Vale, Bristol, England, and would replace Ashton Gate Stadium as the home stadium of Bristol City F.C. Due to legal issues, the club cancelled the project, instead deciding to renovate Ashton Gate.
Bristol City was the third of three British cargo steamers of that name built for the Bristol City Line that plied the route between Bristol and North America between 1920 and 1943.
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