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5 November 2015

Club News


5 November 2015

The Bantams travel to National League side Aldershot Town this Sunday (8 November 2015) in the Emirates FA Cup first round.

Kick Off at the EBB Stadium on Sunday will be 2:00pm.

The Bantams' allocation of 1,470 tickets will be situated in the East Bank and South Stand.

The vast majority of those available tickets will be in the standing section. Aldershot have only 170 seats available to City supporters.

City supporters wishing to watch the game from the terracing section can do so by paying on the turnstiles on match-day.

Fans wanting to buy a ticket in the seating area, however, can purchase them in advance through Aldershot's ticket office - 01252 320211.

Admission prices for the tie will be:


Adults: £19.00  
Concessions: £15.00  
Juniors: £7.00


Adults: £17.00
Concessions: £13.00 
Juniors: £5.00

Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the concessionary rate. They will also be entitled to a free carers' ticket. Valid I.D is required, however. 

Aldershot have seven wheelchair spaces with accompanying carers' seat available to Bradford City supporters.

If required, the replay at the Coral Windows Stadium is currently scheduled for Tuesday 17 November 2015 - kick off 7:45pm.

After using the new Football League 'winter' match-balls in the last couple of league fixtures, City will play with the official FA Cup Nike footballs during Sunday's tie at Aldershot.

The game will be make up part of a special interactive BBC Final Score programme on Sunday afternoon, whilst highlights of the tie will also be shown on the BBC at 6:30pm later that evening.

As part of the Football Association's global television deal, Sunday's tie will be broadcast live across 188 countries, including Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, South Korea and Sweden.

Lee Evans will be suspended for the tie after picking up his fifth booking of the season during Tuesday's home league win against Blackpool. Reece Burke is a doubt for the Aldershot match after limping out of the Blackpool game with a strained hip flexor muscle.

Christopher Routis (calf) and Josh Morris (knee) remain on the road to recovery.

The Bantams will be wearing white shirts, black shorts and black socks for the tie at the EBB Stadium. With the game falling on Remembrance Sunday, City's shirts will also include a remembrance poppy on them.

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