The first round of the Carabao Cup gets underway tonight (Tuesday) with Bradford City playing fellow Sky Bet League One side Doncaster Rovers.
The game will kick-off at 7.45pm.
Tickets are available for the game at the main ticket office and cash turnstiles will also be available.
As the cash process is slower than entry by ticket, supporters are asked to get to the stadium as early as possible for tonight’s game.
For home supporters only the JCT 600 Stand West Stand lower section and the North Stand Kop lower section will be open for this game.
Season tickets and flexi-cards are not valid for this game.
The admission prices for the game are £15 for adults, £10 for concessions (under 16s and over 60s) and £5 for junior (under 11s).
Entry to the JCT600 West Stand (lower) can be gained if you have bought a ticket in advance via turnstile W3 which is located in the Directors car park, closest to Valley Parade.
Supporters wishing to pay cash at the turnstiles can do so in the same area with turnstiles W5, W12 and W13 offering entry to Adults at £15 and W4, W6, W7, W8, W11 and W14 offering entry to family groups at all prices (£15/£10/£5).
Two turnstiles will stay open after the start of the game with W3 taking tickets and W4 taking cash until half-time.
Any supporter in a wheelchair is asked to approach the JCT600 Stand via the Gate WD on Valley Parade or via the lift in the 1911 Club reception.
Supporters in wheelchairs will be able to utilise the viewing areas in the lower section of the stand or in Block M of the upper section.
Entry to the North Stand Kop (lower) can be gained if you have bought a ticket in advance via turnstile N1 which is located behind the Kop, closest to main ticket office.
Supporters wishing to pay cash at the turnstiles can do so in the same area with turnstiles N5 and N6 providing entry to Adults at £15 and N2, N3, and N4 and N7 and N8 offering entry to family groups at all prices (£15/£10/£5).
Two turnstiles will stay open after the start of the game with N1 taking tickets and N2 taking cash until half-time.
Any supporter in a wheelchair is asked to approach the Kop via the One-in-Million school compound and then enter the stadium via Gate ND. There will no Kop turnstiles open on Midland Road for this game.
Please try to have the right cash amount ready as you approach the turnstile.
As always, it will be necessary to carry-out security checks as spectators enter the stadium and all spectators are asked not to bring bags to the game.
Where that is unavoidable, all bags will be searched before entry to the stadium.
All spectators will be issued with a match ticket which they should keep in their position throughout the game. Turnstiles will open in each area from 6.30pm.
Supporters are also reminded that the entire stadium, including the seating areas, concourses, stairways, turnstiles and toilets, is a non-smoking area.
The use of electronic cigarettes in all parts of the stadium is also forbidden.