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29 December 2015

Ticket News


29 December 2015

Match tickets remain on sale for City's forthcoming away fixture at Gillingham in Sky Bet League 1.

Phil Parkinson's men are scheduled to travel to Gillingham's MEMS Priestfield Stadium on Saturday (2 January) for their first game of 2016.

Tickets are on sale from the Bantams Ticket Office and online (please click HERE). Please note, however, free under 12 tickets are not available online.

City supporters will also be able to pay on the day at Gillingham's Priestfield Stadium.

Tickets will go off sale online and from the ticket office at the Coral Windows Stadium at 12noon on Thursday (31 December 2015).

Any tickets purchased since Christmas will not be posted out - they will instead be made available for collection at Gillingham on match-day.

Admission prices for the fixture are:


Adults - £15.00

Seniors - £15.00

Under 18s - £10.00

Under 12s - FOC (maximum of two per adult)

Extra U12s - £5


Disabled fans will be asked to pay the appropriate amount from this list. If the disabled fan in question is in receipt of DLA or PIP at the higher level, they will be entitled to a free carer ticket.


City supporters will be located in Block Six of the Upper section of the Brian Moore stand. THIS SECTION IS UNCOVERED AND THEREFORE OPEN TO THE ELEMENTS.


Most of the streets surrounding the ground at Priestfield are permit only areas and wardens are found in numbers on match days, so our fans are strongly advised not to park in any permit holder parking spaces otherwise they can expect a parking fine.


Gillingham recommend the following roads for on street parking: The furthest part of Sunnymead Avenue, Chicago Avenue, Canadian Avenue, Valley Road, Sturdee Avenue, Woodlands Road, Carlton Avenue, Alexandra Avenue, Larkfield  Avenue, Third Avenue and Fourth Avenue.


All coaches should set down supporters at the Cronings Yard car park which is situated in Railway Street which is a five minute walk along Gillingham Road to the away supporters entrance at the Priestfield Road turnstile.


In the interests of safety fans should not be set down, or picked up from Redfern Avenue.

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