Stuart McCall's Bantams kick off 2018 with a trip to Fleetwood Town this Monday (1 January).
Let's take a look at some relevant match-day information for those supporters making the journey with City to the Highbury Stadium on New Year's Day...
The best postcode for the away supporters' entrance is: FY7 6SF (Hatfield Avenue).
Match tickets for this game have now SOLD OUT. Please do not travel to Highbury Stadium without a valid match ticket.
Visiting fans are mostly housed in the Percy Ronson Stand, a covered terrace, behind one of the goals at the stadium.
If needed, there is also room for supporters to use the standing area on the Highbury Stand side. This flat section of the ground is uncovered.
Visiting supporters are also allocated a section of seats in the Parkside Stand. This is the main stand situated within the Highbury Stadium.
Details on driving directions, plus tram, train and bus travel information, can be found on Fleetwood's official website - please click HERE
There is no official car park for away supporters but plenty of on-street parking available around the ground.
Food and Drink
As you would expect with a seaside town, Fleetwood has a large number of Fish & Chip shops. A selection of them are located within a mile or so of Highbury Stadium.
Jim's Sports Bar, which normally welcomes away supporters, is located at the ground.
The bar can be found at the back of the Memorial Stand and can be accessed from the park pathway that runs along that side of the ground. Jim's Kitchen also serves hot and cold food.
Other food options nearby include a local McDonalds and ASDA superstore.
Fleetwood town centre is approximately 10-15 minutes away on foot.
Fleetwood's Highbury Stadium is approximately 84 miles away from the Northern Commercials Stadium. Via car, this would usually result in a travel time of just over 1 hour and 45 minutes.
Nearest cash machine
There is a free-to-use cash machine available within Jim's Bar.
Local radio station
BBC Radio Lancashire - 95.5, 103.9, 104.5FM