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Posted Monday, July 16th 2018

Bristol Flyers’ 2018/19 fixture list revealed

Bristol Flyers will host the newly-formed London City Royals in the opening game of the 2018/19 BBL season on Saturday, September 22nd.

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Flyers will travel to Worcester Wolves in the first away game of the season on Friday, October 5th, whilst Coach K’s men take on Surrey Scorchers on the final day of the regular season away from home.

The three South West derbies against Plymouth Raiders are due to take place on Friday, October 19th and Friday March 8th at the SGS College Arena - whilst Sunday, April 21st sees the rivalry renewed the Plymouth Pavilions.

Other key dates in the schedule include the visit of defending champions Leicester Riders on Friday, November 16th and Saturday, February 16th, whilst Newcastle Eagles travel to the WISE Campus on Saturday, November 3rd in a repeat of last season’s thrilling play-off quarter-final.

April sees Flyers face their busiest month of the season, with seven games in total, including a clash with Sheffield Sharks in the last home game of the regular season.

The first round of the BBL Play-Offs are due to take place a week after the conclusion of the regular season, with the Play-Off final set for Sunday, May 19th at the O2 Arena.

Please note the draw for the BBL Cup and BBL Trophy competitions are set to be made in the coming weeks.

Click here to download a printable pdf of the 2018/19 fixture list.


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