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PETERBOROUGH UNITED TURNSTILE DETAILS

22 August 2014


 The turnstile arrangements for the first home against Coventry City two weeks ago worked well and there is very little to change for Saturday's (23 August 2014) home fixture against Peterborough United.


As always, we would ask everyone to get to the stadium as early as possible to avoid any last minute queues.



  The one significant change is - for one game only - there will be some cash turnstiles on Midland Road leading to Blocks F&G of the Northern Commercials Stand.


Supporters who buy a match ticket will be able to apply for a ticket on Sunday (24 August 2014) morning for the forthcoming Capital One Cup Round 2 tie against Leeds United.


Please note that there will be no sale of Leeds United tickets at the stadium on Saturday.


So, for Saturday’s game versus Peterborough United (kick-off 3pm), the following entrances are the easiest way for you to gain entry to the stadium:


For the JCT 600 West Stand

  • These turnstiles are all located in the Directors’ car park either side of the glass doors that lead to the banqueting areas. .W12-W18 or W4-W10Supporters with pre-paid tickets - i.e. Season Tickets, match tickets or FlexiCards where the seats have been paid for in advance - should make their way to turnstiles
  • .W11 or W3Supporters with a FlexiCard who wish to pay cash on the day can enter by turnstiles
  • Any spectator with no passes or tickets, should make their way to the main ticket office in the North West corner of the stadium to make a purchase.

For the North Stand Kop

  • , all of which are located behind the Kop.N5-N6 and N4  to N1Supporters with pre-paid tickets - i.e. Season Tickets, match tickets or FlexiCards where the seats have been paid for in advance - should make their way to turnstiles
  • which can be located on Midland Road.N14 - N11Supporters with pre-paid tickets - i.e. Season Tickets, match tickets or FlexiCards where the seat has been paid for in advance - can also enter the North Stand Kop through turnstiles
  • N7 and N8 behind the Kop (close to the Bantams Bar entrance) will also be available for FlexiCard holders wanting to pay cash on the day, but to ease congestion in the area around the ticket office; all supporters are asked to use the turnstiles on Midland Road. .N9-N10 on Midland RoadSupporters with a FlexiCard for the North Stand Kop, who wish to pay cash on the day, are asked to gain access through turnstiles
  • Any spectator with no passes or tickets, should make their way to the main ticket office in the North West corner of the stadium to make a purchase.


For the Northern Commercials (East) Stand

  • , all of which are located on Midland Road.E1 to E4Supporters with pre-paid tickets - i.e. Season Tickets, match tickets or FlexiCards where the seats have been paid for in advance - should make their way to turnstiles
  • E5 or E6.Supporters with a FlexiCard who wish to pay cash on the day can enter the Northern Commercials Stand by turnstiles
  • Any spectator with no passes or tickets who wants to sit in Blocks A-E of the stand, should make their way to the main ticket office in the North West corner of the stadium to make a purchase.
  • For this game only, turnstiles E7-E11 will open for Bradford City fans to purchase a ticket and enter Blocks F&G of the stand for this game; Peterborough United tickets can then be used, subject to terms and conditions, to purchase a ticket on Sunday morning for next week’s Capital Cup-tie.

Late turnstiles will stay open until half-time.East Stand, E5 (which is behind the Kop, close to the Bantams Bar) will remain open and for the Kop, turnstile W8 will be the late gate; for the JCT 600 Stand, W3 For the   for each part of the stadium which will remain open until half-time.late turnstiles There will be


Avoid thefts from cars If you have to keep valuables in your car, please ensure they are left out-of-sight and that your car is locked securely. park-up your vehicles for the game, that no valuables are left in view. West Yorkshire Police have launched a high-profile campaign on this subject, but please make sure that when you  new its message from last season about security of your vehicles.Finally, Bradford City wishes to re


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