The weekend is approaching which means it’s game day! This Saturday (21st April) Bradford City face Rochdale AFC at the Crown Oil Arena and we need your support more than ever.
Confidence is back amongst the Bantams, but they need you behind them to keep the adrenaline going. So far, we have sold over 750 tickets for our clash against Rochdale AFC. Due to the high uptake of tickets since our 3-1 victory against Portsmouth last night, we advise fans to purchase them before Friday, as we can’t confirm the game will be ‘pay on the gate’.
Ticket prices are the following;
|Juniors (under 16)||£5|
To purchase your tickets online, you can purchase them online by clicking HERE, or you can get them from our ticket office at The Northern Commercials Stadium.
The Crown Oil Arena is located north-west of Rochdale (approximately a mile from the town centre). It’s easily accessible using either the Metrolink trams, the bus or there is a direct train from Leeds to Rochdale. For more information on how to travel to the Crown Oil Arena CLICK HERE.
However, if you don’t fancy driving or public transport you can travel with the Bingley Bantams to make it more of a family day out. Bingley Bantams offer fans travel for all away games throughout the season. Ian Taylor, Bingley Bantams Secretary, expresses how important it is to bring families to home and away games: “it’s massively important in football. It makes a massive change in the fans, home or away. The younger generation are the future of the games, which means we need to bring as many families as we can”.
Ian acknowledges that a game day is not just about the football, it’s about the atmosphere and what you make of the day and Bingley Bantams aim to make the journey as fun as possible. He added: “we have a laugh. We put the radio on. Everyone chats. It’s a really good day out. We don’t want it to be miserable and just visit a football ground, we want it to be an experience”.
The journey starts outside the Wetherspoons in Bingley at 12:30pm, picking up from The Northern Commercials Stadium and Cedar Court Hotel. The coach leaves thirty minutes after the final whistle.
So put on your claret and amber and watch Bradford City play in the 20 degree sun with your bantams family!