The Bantams will be looking to extend their away unbeaten streak to four games in Sky Bet League Two when facing Salford City this afternoon.
We have created an Away Day Guide with some helpful information ahead of the 3.00pm clash.
ABOUT THE GROUND
The stadium is usually referred to as Moor Lane but currently goes by the name of the Peninsula Stadium due to sponsorship obligations.
Manchester Rugby Club used the facility between 1908 and 1969.
The ground has then been the Ammies’ home since 1978 and has gone through major developments over the past few years, which has seen the capacity rise from 1,600 to 5,108.
The venue is made up of four stands: the West Stand, East Stand (visiting supporters), Moor Lane North Stand (some visiting supporters), and the Neville Road South Stand.
City supporters are reminded that tickets for this afternoon’s clash are completely SOLD OUT.
1,366 Bantams are set to make the trip to Moor Lane, with tickets that have not yet been collected available to pick up from Salford on the day.
For full details, please CLICK HERE.
There are no car parks available at the stadium, however, fairly limited street parking is available around the local area.
You are able to park just outside the ground on Moor Lane, but must be mindful that this gets very busy on a matchday.
For full information on matchday car parking, please CLICK HERE.
ENTERTAINMENT AND REFRESHMENTS
Despite the ground being located in a busy area, there are no pubs close by for away supporters.
However, travelling fans can purchase refreshments from kiosks located in the away end.
For supporters travelling from Bradford, you will need to use the M62.
The ground is located just over two miles away from Junction 17 of the M60.
From that point, take the A56 towards the Manchester City Centre and continue straight.
You will eventually pass a Lidl on your left-hand side.
Then, take the third turning on your right into Moor Lane where you arrive at the stadium.
There is no walkable train station next to the stadium. The closest is Manchester Victoria which is three miles away.
Once you get off the train there, a taxi is recommended, and this will cost roughly £13 to get to the ground.
You are able to catch the number 97 or 98 bus from Manchester Victoria station which takes you close to the stadium and this only costs £2.
The 97 and 98 starts from Shudehill Interchange in Manchester City centre and travels up the A56 Bury New Road which has a junction with Moor Lane (the bus stops here). Journey time is typically 20-30 minutes.
Light rain is expected with highs of 14°C at the Peninsula Stadium.