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Flyers 2020/21 league schedule revealed

Bristol Flyers will open the 2020/21 BBL Championship regular season at home to Manchester Giants on Friday, December 4th (7.30pm tip-off).

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The full schedule for the 2020/21 BBL Championship season has now been revealed, which sees teams face each other three times during the course of the season

The league will wrap up on the weekend of Friday, April 23rd, with the play-offs commencing a week later. BBL play-off final details will be announced by the league at a later date.

Games will remain behind closed doors, but following the latest government announcement, the club is hopeful to welcome some supporters back to the WISE Campus as soon as it is safe to do so.

The ‘games’ section of the website has now been updated with the full 2020/21 schedule, the games section also includes a handy button at the top of the page to automatically sync all fixtures to your calendar.

FLYERS 2020/21 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

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