The football club can confirm that just over 21,500 tickets have now been sold for City's forthcoming Capital One Cup Quarter-Final with Arsenal.
This figure includes the away tickets sold by Arsenal.
Due to the stand configuration within the stadium on the night, the capacity of the Coral Windows Stadium for the tie will be just over 23,000.
The club would like to remind supporters that phase two of the club's Arsenal ticket sales process has now begun, with only certain sections of the Coral Windows Stadium now available for the match.
After giving solely Season Ticket and FlexiCard holders the opportunity to purchase tickets for the eagerly-anticipated cup tie for the last week or so, the club will now allow match-ticket holders from the recent home league double-header with Exeter City and Plymouth Argyle to buy tickets.
Only LIMITED sections of the lower tier of the T.L Dallas Stand, upper tier of the North West Corner and the Bantams Bar now remain open to supporters yet to purchase tickets for the Arsenal tie.
Supporters who purchased Exeter and/or Plymouth match tickets will be able to purchase the equivalent number of Arsenal tickets - subject to availability.
For example, two purchased Exeter tickets will give a supporter the opportunity to purchase two Arsenal tickets, three Plymouth tickets brought will give a supporter the opportunity to buy three Arsenal tickets.
Any supporter wishing to purchase Arsenal tickets using this method MUST bring along their Exeter and/or Plymouth stubs are proof of purchase.
Despite the move into phase two of the club's Arsenal ticket sales process, Season Ticket holders and FlexiCard holders can still purchase up to two tickets for the tie.
Any ticket sales must now be done in person at the Bantams Ticket Office, however.
Arsenal tickets can no longer be bought online.
Should any seats remain available at the time, Arsenal match tickets will go on general sale to all supporters from 9:00am next Thursday (29 November 2012).