The Bantams have made the long trip to Exeter City for their first-round Emirates FA Cup replay, to determine who will enter the second round and face either Northampton Town or Cambridge United.
We have put together a handy Away Day Guide with some important information ahead of the game - which kicks off at 7.45pm this evening in Devonshire.
St James Park
ABOUT THE GROUND
St James Park has been home to the Grecians since 1904, making it one of the oldest continually-used stadiums in the country.
The ground is made up of four stands in total which go by the names of the Cowshed, the Cliff Bastin Stand, the old Grandstand (family stand) and St James Road Terrace (for visiting supporters).
After going through a few refurbishments over the years, the stadium now holds an overall capacity of 8,541.
City supporters are able to purchase tickets from the away ticket booth right up until kick-off on the day, with no increase in price.
Over 100 tickets have already been sold ahead of matchday, with those City fans set to make the five-hour journey south to catch the replay.
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No car parking is available at the stadium on matchdays, however street parking is an option, with prices varying.
There are also accessible car parks around a 10-minute walk away from the ground.
ENTERTAINMENT AND REFRESHMENTS
The Centre Sports Bar which is located inside the stadium welcomes both home and away supporters.
The bar offers a variety of different drinks, a pool table, and dart boards.
There is also a kiosk available exclusively for visiting supporters which provides a wide range of drinks and snacks.
M5 route: Exit westbound at Junction 29 which takes you onto the A3015 (Heavitree Road) which you should stay on for two miles going past Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
Then, take the fourth exit at the roundabout into Western Way and when you get to the next roundabout, take the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road.
You will see St James Park on your left.
East route: Follow the A303/A30 which to Exeter, go under the M5 bridge at Junction 29. Then, read M5 route instructions above which will get you to the stadium.
West route: Follow signposts towards Exeter centre. After you have crossed the River Exe, join the A3015 (Frog Street).
Then, follow the one-way system, exit onto the B3212 (Magdalen Street) and follow the road towards the roundabout.
Take the third exit at the roundabout which brings you onto Western Way, and at the following roundabout, the second exit onto Old Tiverton Road.
The stadium will be located on your left.
You can get a train to Exeter Central and Exeter St David’s from a variety of cities in the United Kingdom.
St James Park railway station is the closest with only being located on Avocet Lane which is only a few minutes away from the ground.
Exeter Bus Station is only a 10-minute walk from the stadium.
The E, F1, F2, 1, 1B, G, K, P, P2, Red and T bus routes all stop outside the stadium from the city centre.
Temperatures are likely to be around 7°C, with clouds to make for a cold November evening.