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EXETER v CITY: ON GENERAL SALE

4 August 2021

Tickets for the Bantams' 2021/22 Sky Bet League Two season-opening trip to Exeter City are now on general sale. 

Derek Adams’ side will raise the curtain on their new campaign with a 578-mile round trip to St James Park this weekend, with action set to get underway from 3.00pm. 

Tickets can be secured via the club’s official ticketing website, or at the Utilita Energy Stadium’s ticket office. 

Both standing and seated admission is available to City supporters, with 376 seated tickets allocated, along with 780 standing tickets. Close to 700 tickets have been sold for the encounter so far. 

With demand expected to be high, supporters are advised to secure as soon as they can - in order to avoid disappointment - with demand expected to be high. 

Tickets will then be taken OFF SALE at 9.00AM ON FRIDAY (August 6). 

Admission prices - if purchased in advance of matchday - are as follows: 

SEATED:

Adults: £25

Concessions*: £22

Under-18s: £12

STANDING: 

Adults: £19

Concessions*: £16

Under-18s: £7

*Concessions for this clash include senior citizens aged 65 and above and those aged between 18 and 23.

Ambulant disabled supporters are asked to secure their tickets via the above means, and are entitled to a free carer ticket.

Wheelchair supporters are politely asked to secure their tickets by directly contacting Exeter City - on 01392 411243 (option 2), reception@ecfc.co.uk or tickets@ecfc.co.uk. They are each entitled to a free carer ticket. 

Disabled supporters will be positioned in the away disabled bays in the Main Stand, where travelling City supporters will also be housed, and will be charged the concession rate. 

Tickets can now be purchased from the ticket office at the Utilita Energy Stadium, or online by CLICKING HERE. 

For more information or help, please call a member of our ticketing team - on 01274 770012 - during normal office hours, e-mail ticketingsupport@bradfordcityafc.com or Tweet @bcafchelp. 


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