Match tickets for City’s forthcoming EFL Cup Round 1 tie with Accrington Stanley still remain on sale.
Stuart McCall’s Bantams are due to play at Accrington’s Wham Stadium this Tuesday (9 August 2016).
Accrington match tickets are on sale from the ticket office at the Northern Commercials Stadium. Tickets are now no longer available online.
The club still has limited number of standing tickets on sale. Seating tickets can now only be purchased on the night from Accrington.
Tickets will go off sale from the ticket office at 12noon on Tuesday (9 August). There will be a cash booth by the away turnstiles where approximately 700 standing tickets will be made available.
Accrington will also release a small section of seating tickets for City supporters.
Any tickets purchased online after last Friday (5 August) are available for collection from City's ticket office or from Accrington on the night of the game.
Admission prices for the tie remain the same for both seating and standing away sections.
Prices are as follows:
Adults - £20.00
Seniors - £15.00
(65 and over)
Students - £15.00
(Must produce ID when booking and at Accrington on the night)
U18s - £15.00
U12s - £10.00
Ambulant disabled fans will be asked to pay the age-related amount from the above list. They will also be entitled to a free carer ticket if they are in receipt of DLA at the mid or higher rate, or PIP at the higher rate.
All ambulant disabled fans and their carers MUST produce their letter of entitlement at Accrington as well when booking tickets from City’s ticket office.
Supporters requiring a wheelchair space can contact Jessica Fish at Accrington on 01254 356950 to book tickets.
Wheelchairs spaces at the Wham Stadium are situated in the main stand wheelchair area, this is situated down near the dressing rooms at pitch side nearest the away supporters.