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ADMISSION DETAILS FOR BURNLEY FRIENDLY

22 July 2016

The Bantams return to Valley Parade after over two months away from action this Saturday (23 July 2016) with an exciting home pre-season friendly versus Premier League side Burnley.


The game is scheduled to kick off at 3:00pm.


The admission charges for both City and Burnley supporters will be £10.00 for adults and £5.00 for all concessions (including youths who are aged 16 years and under and senior citizens who are aged 60 and over).  


There will be no advance tickets for this game with everyone paying cash at the turnstiles.  


Please try and have the correct cash at the turnstiles to avoid the need for change which will slow down the entry process.  


The stands will be available on a non-reserved basis with every spectator entering the stadium receiving a ticket which they should retain for the duration of the game.


For home supporters, the JCT 600 West Stand lower section and the North Stand Kop lower section will be opened.  


No home turnstiles will be opened on Midland Road for this game. Therefore, anyone wishing to enter the Kop, should use the turnstiles at the back of the Kop (N1-N4 and N5-N8) and these can be accessed from Burlington Street.  


When you arrive, please note the admission prices overhead and queue at the correct turnstile.


For the JCT 600 West Stand, the turnstiles in the Directors car park should be used with turnstiles W3-W10 on the Valley Parade side and turnstiles W11-W18 on the Burlington Street/1911 Club side of the stand.


Supporters in wheelchairs or with mobility issues can approach the North Stand Kop in the normal way through the One-in-a-Million school compound.  For the JCT 600 West Stand, supporters with disabilities should approach the stadium via Valley Parade or via the 1911 Club reception.


All supporters are reminded that the stadium is a no-smoking area and no-one should smoke tobacco products, or use e-cigarettes, anywhere within the stadium.  This includes the seating areas, the concourses, stairways and toilets.


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