City play host to Championship side Millwall in an F.A Cup third round replay next Wednesday (14 January 2015) after a 3-3 draw at The Den in the first match between the two sides last Saturday.
Following Monday's fourth round draw, both sides now know that the winners of next Wednesday's replay will face the mouth-watering prospect of a trip to Premier League leaders Chelsea in the next round.
Match tickets for the Millwall replay are now on sale to City supporters from the Bantams Ticket Office and online - please click HERE
Ticket prices for the game will be:
Senior Citizens: £10.00
The McCall and Hendrie Suites in the JCT600 Stand will also be open for the match. Ticket prices for this section will be £5.00 dearer per person across the board.
Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the appropriate price from the list above, subject to the usual conditions. Any supporters buying a disabled ticket will also be entitled to a free carers pass.
After receiving a few questions from supporters regarding next Wednesday's Millwall F.A Cup replay, the club would like to try address a some of the fans' queries with the information below.
- At present, only the lower tiers of the JCT600 Stand and the Community Kop are scheduled to be opened for the match. The whole of the stadium will, however, be made available to supporters if necessary. The club will judge whether extra sections of the ground will need to be opened by the amount of tickets sold for the game in the coming days. With this in mind, the club would urge supporters to try and buy their Millwall replay ticket(s) in plenty of time to help give us a fairly accurate idea of the numbers expected to attend the game.
- Should City indeed defeat Millwall next Wednesday and secure a trip to Chelsea in the fourth round, tickets for the Stamford Bridge match will be sold to Priority Away Ticket Members first, then to Season Ticket and FlexiCard holders afterwards. Those Season Ticket and FlexiCard holders with ticket stubs from next Wednesday's Millwall cup replay will receive priority ahead of other Season Ticket/FlexiCard holders.
The key message from the club throughout the entire build up to next Wednesday's eagerly-anticipated replay is simply that the best way to cheer on City in the F.A Cup is to buy a ticket for the Millwall match.
The bigger the crowd inside the home sections at the Coral Windows Stadium for the match, the better chance we have of cheering Phil Parkinson's men onto victory and that exciting trip to Chelsea in the fourth round.
So let's spread the word and get the crowd figure up, get those noise levels up and get the players up for an exciting opportunity for all connected with the football club! #letsfillthestadium