The Bantams look to extend their unbeaten run to nine matches when visiting Crawley Town tomorrow (3.00pm).
We have compiled a handy Away Day Guide - packed full of useful information ahead of the 3.00pm contest!
The People's Pension Stadium
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
A relatively new venue, The People's Pension Stadium has been home to Crawley Town since opening in 1997.
The 6,134-capacity ground includes two covered seating stands - the West Stand and East Stand - and the North and South covered terraces. Away supporters are housed in the North Terrace and in areas of the East Stand.
The stadium has also been home to Brighton & Hove Albion Women Football Club since 2018.
City supporters can PAY ON THE GATE for this afternoon's contest.
Travelling supporters will be housed in the North Terrace and in sections of the East Stand.
Admission prices are as follows:
Car parking at the People's Pension Stadium is for season-ticket and pass holders only.
Free parking, however, is available in the William Reed Car Park (RH11 9RT) in Broadfield Park, a short walk from the stadium.
ENTERTAINMENT AND REFRESHMENTS
The Redz Bar located at the stadium welcomes away supporters and families prior to kick off. It is located behind the South Terrace.
Other nearby pubs for away supporters include the New Moon on Brighton Road and The Downsman - on Wakehurst Drive.
A selection of hot and cold refreshments are available to purchase from the kiosks and bars inside the stadium.
Pies, pastries and hot dogs are all on sale at The People's Pension Stadium.
The People's Pension Stadium is easily accessible off the A23. Come off at the Pease Pottage (junction 11) turn-off and follow the signs for Crawley.
As you approach the town you will see a roundabout with a big football in the middle. The stadium is the first turning on the left - on Winfield Way.
Crawley Train Station is the closest to The People's Pension Stadium but you can also get there from Three Bridges or Gatwick Airport stations.
There is a taxi rank outside Crawley station, some of which are wheelchair accessible, you will be charged by the mile.
The stadium is easily accessible by bus from all over Crawley and many parts of Sussex and Surrey. Buses stop right outside the entrance to the car park.
Fastway 10 serves the stadium every seven minutes and drops supporters right outside.
There are 12 buses an hour which go past the stadium. A timetable can be viewed HERE.
Fastway 20 (Gatwick South Terminal only) serves the stadium every 20 minutes. You can upload a Fastway timetable for routes to the stadium HERE.
Routes 271 and 273 now provide an hourly direct service from Brighton, stopping near the stadium on the A23.
All Fastway buses are wheelchair accessible.
A dry afternoon is in store for supporters, with temperatures of 9°C accompanying an eight per-cent chance of rain.