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7 May 2015

Ticket News


7 May 2015

The Bantams have maintained their commitment to making football affordable for their fans after confirming season ticket prices for the forthcoming 2015/2016 season.


Supporters over the age of 16 - adults, senior citizens and students - will pay only £149.00 - that is £50.00 cheaper than last season's adult season ticket price. 

That amazing price works out at an average of only £6.50 a game for fans attending every match, significantly cheaper than any other club in the local area and offering arguably the best value anywhere to watch professional sport in the UK. 

Junior season tickets will remain at only £99.00.

The hugely popular FlexiCard will also be available once again to supporters for only £50.00.

Twenty-five year season-ticket holders will be asked to pay £110, which includes once again a free suite upgrade. Admission for under-11s is free (after a £5.00 admin charge) in conjunction with the purchase of an adult ticket.

The season-ticket offer will run until Sunday, July 5. After that point, all adult season ticket prices will change to £299.00 and junior tickets to £199.00.

Season Tickets are now on sale in person via the Bantams Ticket Office, over the phone (0871 978 8000) and online - please click  HERE.

Application forms for 2015/2016 Season Tickets can be found by clicking on the link below:

Season Ticket 2015-16 Application Form

Following the announcement of City's 2015/2016 season ticket prices, the club can also confirm that next season's match-day admission will change to £25 for adults, £15 for senior citizens/students, £10 juniors under 16 and £5 for juniors under 11s.

FlexiCard holders for the 2015/2016 season will still pay the same match-day prices as last year, however.

After announcing their cut-price season ticket admission details for another campaign, the club have now set themselves a target of selling 15,000 tickets ahead of the big kick off in August.

Speaking about the reduction in season ticket prices for next season, joint-chairman Mark Lawn said: “We believe we’ll get more fans in – and it might encourage those who say they want to pay more to buy one for someone new to come. A family member or friend to help build on what we believe is the best atmosphere in the League.


“The ethos of the club is that we can get more fans and they are part of how we win games.

“When the fans turn out in numbers it makes a hell of a difference.

“We need the fans’ help to get us to 15,000 and I believe we can do that.

“Hopefully we can get the city of Bradford right behind us again and they can help push us to the next level.

“We’ve looked at the figures and believe that by doing this we can bring more income into the club. More people will come and spend more around the ground.”

Fellow joint-chairman Julian Rhodes added: “Look at how things have changed since we first started this ticket policy in 2007.


“We asked the people of Bradford to resurrect the club. It took a few years but we are now unrecognisable from where we were.

“We’ve got this great feeling of being all in it together and we want to take it a stage further.

“Let’s set a very realistic target of 15,000. We’re in the top six with ticket sales and it’s a genuine win/win situation."

Chief operating officer James Mason also said: “This is a genuine opportunity to build our fan base after what has been a phenomenal season.'

“This is a long thought-out process and we need everyone to get behind us and be positive about it. It’s a holistic approach to achieving success on and off the field.

“We’re not cheapening the product, far from it. We’re making it more accessible and this is a very exciting time for the Club and the City."

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