The Bantams will be travelling 232 miles to continue the Sky Bet League One contest at the Priestfield Stadium against Gillingham, kick off 3:00pm.
We have created an Away Day Fan Guide for those making the trip...
The Medway Priestfield Stadium
Kent ME7 4DD
Gillingham have played at the Priestfield Stadium throughout their existence.
After subsequent redevelopments, the removal of terraces and building of new facilities, the stadium has the capacity of 11,582.
City supporters will be located in the Brian Moore Stand (Behind the goal and uncovered) and Gordon Road (Side of Pitch and Covered).
Supporters who wish to pay on the gate can only purchase tickets for the Brian Moore stand.
Brian Moore Stand (Behind the goal and uncovered)
Juniors (Under 18s)
Disabled fans pay the age related price from the above lists and will be entitled to a free carer if in receipt of DLA at the higher rate or PIP at the enhanced rate.
Travelling By Car...
The Medway Priestfield Stadium is easily accessible by car, and sits within a 15-minute drive of M2 junctions one and four, as well as the A2, Medway Tunnel and A289. Priestfield Stadium signs are along routes into the ground from all directions.
Travelling By Train...
Southeastern operate train services in the region, and Gillingham station is served by those departing St Pancras International, Victoria, Charing Cross as well as across Kent. Supporters are advised to check train times and schedules in advance in case of any engineering work: visit www.nationalrail.co.uk for more information.
Upon leaving Gillingham station turn left on to Balmoral Road, and follow it to the end of the road. Turn left onto Gillingham Road, then take the first left onto Linden Road (parallel to the Sainsbury’s Local store). Follow that to the end, and then turn right onto Redfern Avenue, upon which you will be greeted by The Medway Priestfield Stadium’s Medway Stand.
There is no available parking at, or outside the stadium, on matchdays. However, there is parking available at the nearby Woodlands Academy (postcode: ME7 2DU) and Our Lady of Gillingham Church (postcode: ME7 1YL) for a small fee. Both are within a 10-minute walk of the stadium.
Matchday magazines are available for just £3.
ENTERTAINMENT & REFRESHMENTS
The Fleur De Lis pub on Gillingham Road, which is around a ten-minute walk away from the Priestfield Stadium, has been designated by the local Police as an away fans pub. This pub shows Sky & BT Sports, has hot and cold snacks and is family friendly. To find this pub, then with away entrance behind you, walk down to the bottom of the street. Turn left and on reaching a roundabout (where the Livingstone Arms used to be and where there is a handy fish & chip shop) turn right onto Gillingham Road. The pub is up on the right.
The nearest main retail park to the MEMS Priestfield Stadium is Hempstead Valley Shopping Centre. This is approximately 10-15 minutes away from the ground via car. The venue has a number of food outlets, including Subway, Frankie & Benny's and Nandos.
Inside The Ground...
The Factory opens at 11am and closes at approximately 8pm. Food is available on occasions with drinks offers communicated as and when confirmed.
Food and drink is available throughout the stadium with our pies courtesy of Kent supplier, Goddard’s, with the traditional burgers, hot dogs and chips also available.