Stuart McCall's Bantams travel to AFC Wimbledon this Saturday (23 December 2017) for their final Sky Bet League One fixture before Christmas Day.
Ahead of the visit to the Cherry Red Records Stadium, let's take a look at some relevant match-day information for those City supporters joining McCall's men in making the journey to Wimbledon...
The Cherry Red Records Stadium
Jack Goodchild Way
422a Kingston Road
Kingston Upon Thames
City supporters have been given a seating and terracing section at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. A small number of seats for away fans are positioned in John Green Stand - a covered stand situated behind one of the goals. The visiting terracing area is located to the left of the John Green Stand. The terracing section is positioned in the RyGas Stand down one length of the pitch behind the dug-outs. This terrace is partly covered to the rear and has open flanks to either side. Please note, the away terrace and seating areas are not accessible by going through the main entrance into the stadium car park. Away fans should instead continue going a short way along Kingston Road (keeping the main entrance on the right) and then take the next right at the railings in-between the terraced houses (opposite King Henry's Road) to go down to the away supporters turnstiles.
City supporters can find out the latest ticket details for this fixture by clicking HERE.
From the M1 motorway, join onto the M25, keeping on this stretch of road until Junction 10. Leaving the M25 at Junction 10, take the A3 towards London. Follow the A3 for around 11 miles. At the exit for New Malden/Worcester Park, turn off and take the left turn into Malden Road (A2043) towards Kingston. Follow this to the next roundabout. Take the left filter lane and the first exit into Kingston Road (keeping on the A2043). The Cherry Red Records Stadium will then be approximately one mile on the left.
There is an official car park at the Cherry Red Records Stadium but spaces are limited. The car park is usually full by 1:30pm on a home Saturday match-day. Street parking is available in the local area next to the ground but supporters are advised to park considerately around residental areas.
The nearest rail station is Norbiton, which is less than a mile away from the stadium. Trains run from Waterloo every 15 minutes via Clapham Junction and Wimbledon (terminating at Shepperton or Strawberry Hill).
You can take the 131 bus, which stops right outside the ground, from Wimbledon Station or Kingston Town Centre.
Food & Drink
There are two bars located in the main Paul Strank Stand at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. AFC Wimbledon usually allow away fans access but the club have been known to refuse entry for visiting supporters for certain high profile fixtures. There are a number of takeaway food outlets along Kingston Road.