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Fixture News


7 April 2023

Fixture News


7 April 2023

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The Bantams return to action on the road as they make the long trip to Crawley Town on Good Friday.

Mark Hughes’ men travel to the Broadfield Stadium, with action set to get underway from 3.00pm.

We have compiled a handy away day guide, packed will useful information ahead of the encounter.


iFollow video match passes are back available ahead of this afternoon's clash, for those unable to make the trip to West Sussex.  

On sale for just £10, the pass will enable supporters in the UK to tune if for all the pre-match build-up from 1.30pm, before enjoying all the action alongside live commentary provided by BBC Radio Leeds’ Louis Reynolds. 

Supporters are reminded that 100 per-cent of monies generated through the sale of iFollow video match passes for this fixture will be directed straight to Bradford City AFC.

To purchase your iFollow video match pass, please CLICK HERE.

To read full details of streaming today’s encounter, please CLICK HERE.


Supporters will be able to PAY ON THE DAY in Crawley this afternoon, with no extra charge for tickets purchased on matchday.

Close to 800 Bantams have already secured their spot in West Sussex, with tickets purchased from Bradford City AFC but not yet collected also available to collect from Crawley's matchday ticket collection window inside the grey portacabin.

Only standing terraced tickets in The KR-L Stand remain available, with tickets available from both the ticket office and ticket cabin at Crawley and both cash and card payment accepted. 

Admission prices are as follows: 

Adult: £15

Concession (60+/Student): £10

Young Adult (16-20):

Young Person (12-15): £4*

Under-12: FREE^

*Or FREE with paying Adult or Concession

^With paying Adult

Disabled supporters are required to pay the above, age-related cost, and are entitled to a free carer ticket


Broadfield Stadium

Winfield Way


West Sussex

RH11 9RX


The Red Devils have played at Broadfield Stadium since it was opened in 1997, after moving from their old Town Mead ground.

It is dominated by the smart looking West Stand on one side. The all-seated stand is raised above pitch level, meaning supporters have to climb a small flight of stairs to enter the seated area.

The stadium perimeter is surrounded on two sides by a number of trees, offering a rural look to the ground.


There is a car park at the stadium, but this only houses 350 cars and costs £5.

There are another 350 spaces located in the nearby Broadfield Business Park, which is only a five-minute walk from the stadium, and it is free to park here.

There are 90 spaces at the Tilgate Forest Business Centre, which is roughly a 1km distance from the ground, and is also free.


To drink: 

There is a bar at the stadium at the back of the Bruce Winfield Stand called the “Redz Bar”, which allows in away fans before (but not after) the game.

The closest pub to the stadium is the New Moon on Brighton Road, which is a five-minute walk from the stadium, going towards the town centre.

Another pub in close proximity to the stadium is The Downsman, which is on Lakehurst Drive, just off Southgate Avenue.

To eat:

There is not much in the way of eating outlets close to the Broadfield Stadium. 

The ground itself has an extensive matchday menu, which sees traditional items such as burgers and chips joined by more unique choices such as chicken wings, cheese and bacon loaded fries, and cheesecake.

Near the train station, which is a 30-minute walk from the stadium, is a variety of popular food chains such as McDonald's and Harvester.


By car:

From the M25, take the M23 Southbound towards Gatwick Airport and Brighton.

Exit the M23 at the Pease Pottage, junction 11. Take the third exit and the ground is on your left at the bottom of Brighton Road.

The ground is a little obscured by tress, so look for the large red and white football on the roundabout itself, and you will see the stadium entrance. 

Turn left at the roundabout and then left again for the stadium car park.

By train:

Crawley Railway Station is just over a mile away from the Broadfield Stadium. 

You can either take a taxi or from the bus station across the road, you can take a Fastway number 10 bus to the ground, which runs every 10 minutes.

Otherwise, it is a half-hour walk to the ground. As you come out of the station, turn left and walk down to the T-junction. At the junction, turn left into Brighton Road.

Keep walking straight down Brighton Road for just under a mile and turn right, and the stadium will appear.


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.

The club recently outlined its stance on pyrotechnics following an incident during this season's trip to Mansfield Town, in a statement. This can be read HERE

Supporters are also reminded to remain courteous when inside the stadium, with regards to foul and abusive language. If you do hear anything offensive while inside the stadium, please report it to your nearest steward. 


Travelling City supporters should prepare for a cloudy afternoon in Crawley, with highs of 13°C expected. Sunny intervals are forecast, with the chance of rain at 25%.

To secure an iFollow video match pass for this afternoon's clash, please CLICK HERE.

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