The Robins are gearing up for another campaign under Nigel Pearson and will be hoping to improve on their 17th place finish from the last campaign.
It has been a busy summer at Ashton Gate so far and the club have delved into the transfer market to bring in Mark Sykes, Kal Naismith and Kane Wilson, whilst waving goodbye to players like Callum O’Dowda, Robbie Cundy and Kasey Palmer.
More transfer activity is expected over the next couple of weeks as they look to build a competitive squad.
Bristol City are in action tomorrow against League One side Cheltenham Town in a pre-season friendly in what will be a useful test before clashes against Portsmouth, Plymouth Argyle, Forest Green Rovers, Exeter City and AFC Bournemouth.
Here is a look at all the latest news surrounding the club...
Competition for League Two ace
Bristol City have been linked with AFC Wimbledon attacking midfielder Jack Rudoni this summer.
The Robins have already brought in Sykes and Wilson from lower down the Football League.
Goalkeeper in sights
Bristol City have completed the signing of French goalkeeper Stefan Bajic.
The 20-year-old rose up through the academy at Saint-Etienne but now plays for Ligue 2 outfit Pau.
He was available on a free transfer and will provide competition with Dan Bentley for the number one spot with a deal now over the line.
O’Leary attracting interest
The 25-year-old is likely to leave on loan if the Bajic deal gets over the line.
Bristol City are trimming down on their squad size and have let Taylor Moore head out the exit door on a temporary basis to Shrewsbury Town.
Young midfielder James Morton is on trial with National League club Notts County, as reported by Bristol Live.
In other news, former striker Milan Djuric is on the move again and has signed for Hellas Verona in Italy.