The Bantams return to Sky Bet League Two action with a trip to Macclesfield Town, this afternoon.
We have compiled a handy Away Day Guide - packed full of useful information ahead of the 3.00pm contest!
Moss Rose Stadium
125 London Road
PYROTECHNICS & BEHAVIOUR
The club would like to remind supporters the possession or use of pyrotechnics inside a football ground is strictly prohibited.
Those found to be carrying or using pyrotechnics will face a long-term ban.
We would like to remind supporters it is a criminal offence to enter the pitch at any time.
Anyone who does so without permission can expect to face prosecution.
ABOUT THE GROUND
The Moss Rose stadium has been home to Macclesfield Town since opening way back in 1891.
A 6,335-capacity venue, the ground compromises of four stands, with 2,599 seats and 3,736 standing terraced spaces.
One of the oldest grounds currently in the EFL, Moss Rose also played host to Chester City for two years - between 1990 ans 1992.
City supporters can PAY ON THE GATE for this afternoon's contest.
The Bantams have already sold over 1,400 tickets for the affair - which is close to selling out.
Travelling fans will be housed in the uncovered John Askey Terrace and the Big Brand Ideas Stand, with both standing and seated tickets still available.
Admission prices are as follows:
Over-65s / Under-25s: £12
Ambulant disabled supporters are asked to pay the appropriate charge above and are entitled to a free carer ticket.
For more information, call a member of our ticketing team - on 01274 770012.
Car parking at Moss Rose is available in the form of street and roadside parking around the immediate vicinity of the ground.
This is generally free of charge but is, obviously, available on a first come, first served basis.
ENTERTAINMENT AND REFRESHMENTS
The closest pub is The Golden Lion, located just a 10-minute walk away from the visiting tunstiles, on Moss Lane.
This establishment serves a variety of real ale and offers pie and chips, plus a pint, for just £5 on matchdays.
At the Moss Rose stadium itself, the Keith Alexander Bar welcomes both home and away supporters and is located next to the Sammy MacIlroy Suite, serving hot food and drink.
Inside the ground, the usual selection of pastries, burgers and hot dogs are sold at kiosks.
Follow the A6 through Stockport until the road forks. Take the right-hand fork signposted for Macclesfield (A523).
Follow this road past the town centre until you reach the end of the dual carriageway. The ground is roughly 1.25 miles further on your right.
Leave the M60 at Stockport and follow as above or leave on junction 3 at Cheadle and follow the A34, following the signs for Macclesfield and 'Other Routes'.
The nearest railway station is Macclesfield.
Leave the station and turn left up Sunderland Street until you reach a major crossroads at the war memorial.
Take the left, here, and follow for around a mile. Turning right at this junction will take you into the town centre, where you are around a mile from the ground.
The bus route number 9, which can be caught from the town centre, drops right outside the venue.
Supporters can expect more wet conditions for the Bantams' trip to Cheshire.
A yellow weather warning has been issued, with conditions potentially leading to floods.
Temperatures will remain at around 7°C with chances of rain up to 98 per-cent.