Supporters will return to the Utilita Energy Stadium - for a competitive fixture - for the first time in 17 months on Saturday, when City play host to Oldham Athletic in ‘The Homecoming’.
Over 15,000 Bantams are already set to walk through the Valley Parade turnstiles once again, as Derek Adams manages his first competitive fixture in the home dugout, and his side contest their first league match in BD8 of 2021/22.
With further communication to be made with supporters on a number of different subjects over the course of the coming four days, we have put together an advisory of handy information, ahead of the contest…
Supporters are reminded admission will remain available - at a discounted rate - until 5.00PM ON FRIDAY AUGUST 13. Prices will then rise for tickets purchased on the day of the game.
When purchasing, supporters will have the option to either receive a physical ticket or an electronic ticket to be sent via e-mail.
This e-ticket can either be printed at home and brought along to the game to be scanned on turnstiles, or simply displayed on a smartphone or mobile device to admit entry on the day.
The clash will see the debut of City’s all new Family Pass (2x Adult, 2x Under-12) - available for just £45 - FROM THE TICKET OFFICE ONLY - UNTIL 5.00PM ON FRIDAY AUGUST 13.
Supporters will also be able to secure a suite upgrade for the encounter - subject to availability.
This can be purchased both online via the club's ticketing website or at the Utilita Energy Stadium ticket office, right up until kick-off on the day of the game.
In addition to a full suite upgrade, supporters who wish to sit in their usual seat to enjoy the match action, but spend time in one of the Utilita Energy Stadium's hospitality suites before the game, can also do so.
These upgrades will be available in the Bantams Bar, The McCall Suite and The Hendrie Suite for an additional £10 on top of the relevant admission charge.
This offer can only be purchased BEFORE the day of the game - with no purchases on matchday - and can only be secured from the ticket office at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
With demand expected to be high, supporters who do not hold a ‘Take Me Home’ season ticket for the 2021/22 campaign are urged to secure their place at the encounter as early as possible, to SAVE on matchday admission prices.
For full details on matchday admission prices for the contest, please CLICK HERE.
To purchase your ticket, please CLICK HERE.
The club will continue to remain cautious of the threat of COVID-19, by implementing advisory measures on matchday. To read the club's Spectators Code of Conduct, please CLICK HERE.
These measures WILL NOT be compulsory, though supporters are advised, where possible, to obey the following procedures - to keep themselves and others safe:
- Arrive early to avoid queues. Turnstiles will be open from 1.00pm
- Wash hands regularly (use of sanitising stations throughout the stadium)
- Wear a face mask when in internal and crowded areas
- If not consuming alcohol, head straight to your seat - and avoid congregating in concourses
- Be courteous to others at all times. Maintain social distance from those not inside your bubble
- After the game, please remain seated until it is safe for you to exit the stadium socially distanced
- DO NOT ATTEND if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or have been ordered to self-isolate
To view the club’s full spectators code of conduct, please CLICK HERE.
‘TAKE ME HOME’ 2021/22 SEASON TICKETS
Supporters should now have received their ‘Take Me Home’ 2021/22 season-ticket cards through the post.
Any supporter experiencing issues with delivery - or who has any other concerns, queries or issues regarding their season ticket or card - is asked to contact the ticket office immediately.
All season-ticket-related enquiries must be brought to the attention of ticket office staff by 5.00PM ON FRIDAY (AUGUST 13) in order to be resolved in time for the game.
To contact our dedicated ticketing team, please e-mail email@example.com, phone 01274 770012 or visit the ticket office at the Utilita Energy Stadium. For any other general enquiries, between office hours, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet @bcafchelp.
Supporters who have purchased their ‘Take Me Home’ 2021/22 season ticket via the club’s all-new direct-debit scheme are politely advised the following:
- If you are not up to date on your direct-debit payments at the time of the fixture, you will not be admitted entry at the turnstiles
- If your outstanding direct-debit payment has not been settled at the Utilita Energy Stadium ticket office by 12.00PM ON SATURDAY, you will not be admitted entry, and will have to resolve these issues at the ticket office.
To read the club’s full direct debit frequently asked questions, please CLICK HERE.
To purchase your ticket for this Saturday’s game - and SAVE on matchday admission prices - please CLICK HERE.