The Bantams return to action this Saturday (10 March 2018) afternoon when we welcome Milton Keynes Dons to the Northern Commercials Stadium. Let's get behind the team for Simon Grayson's first home match in charge.
All sections of the stadium will be open with the standard turnstile configuration
- JCT 600 West Stand via Gate WD on Valley Parade or via the 1911 Club reception using the lift.
- North West Corner through the One-in-a-Million school compound and then through Gate NWB.
- Supporters in wheelchairs can gain access to the North Stand Kop through the One-in-a-Million school compound and then through Gate ND.
- Supporters in wheelchairs cannot gain access to the Kop from Midland Road and are asked to enter the stadium through the One-in-a-Million school compound and then through Gate ND.
Late Gates (open until half-time)
- The late gate for NW corner will be NW6.
- There will be no late gate for the Kop on Midland Road; N1 behind the Kop will remain open until half-time.
- The main stand late gate will be W3.
Can we also remind all supporters of the road closure in place from 1:00pm until 5:30pm.
Midland Road will be closed from its junction with Thorncliffe Road right through to its junction with Cornwall Road.
The lower section of Holywell Ash Lane will also be closed from its junction with Lupton Street.
Access to the disabled parking spaces in front of Rear Rock Terrace will still be allowed from the Thorncliffe Road closure point.
Supporters are reminded that in line with legislation and the EFL ground regulations, the entire stadium, including the seating areas, concourses, stairways, turnstiles and toilets, is a no-smoking area.
The use of electronic cigarettes in all parts of the stadium is also forbidden.
Supporters are also asked not to bring bags to the stadium.
Where this is unavoidable, all bags will need to be searched before entry can be allowed. Items included on the EFL ground regulations that are deemed to be a potential risk, including bottles and aerosols, will not be allowed into the stadium.
In addition, supporters will not be allowed to record or live-stream any of the live match action.
The Club has been reminded by the EFL of its obligations to prevent live footage of the game being stored, recorded or transmitted and stewards will take appropriate action if this regulation is contravened.
The Club would also like to take this opportunity to remind people travelling to the stadium by car to make sure that their car is left secure and that no valuables are on view.
With the number of people coming to the game, thieves may target the area.
If you do suffer any crime of this type while attending the game, please report the problem to West Yorkshire Police immediately by calling the non-emergency 101 number.
In addition, we would ask anyone parking up for the game to park responsibly and not obstruct access to residential or business premises or to block access ways for emergency vehicles to the stadium or other premises in the area.
Enjoy the game!