David Hopkin's Bantams take on Barnsley this afternoon in Sky Bet League One action, at Oakwell (kick-off 3.00pm).
More than 3,400 City supporters will be heading to South Yorkshire for this afternoon's eagerly-anticipated Yorkshire derby.
Barnsley Football Club
Grove Street, Barnsley
SAFETY AT OAKWELL
No pyrotechnics are allowed in the stadium. Anyone caught in possession will receive a three-season ban.
Specially trained ‘sniffer dogs’ will be used at Oakwell on Saturday ahead of the Yorkshire derby with Bradford City.
The dogs will be searching for all pyrotechnics that anyone may attempt to bring into the ground.
The EFL is re-launching its commitment to tackle the use of pyrotechnics, which includes smoke bombs, flares and fireworks within EFL football grounds.
This was initially launched in November 2017 that saw all 72 Clubs sign up to a new Club Charter on Pyrotechnics.
Since the Charter was signed EFL Clubs have been taking strong and decisive action against any fans found attempting to bring a banned item into a ground, or those who discharge pyrotechnics.
Fans are further reminded about persistent standing within the ground. Standing at football matches is against ground regulations and also has a negative impact on your fellow supporters, stopping them from seeing the game.
We would like to ask for your continued cooperation on this matter.
Opened in 1888, the Oakwell Stadium is a multi-purpose sports venue hosting Barnsley FC’s sporting facilities.
The stadium is home to Barnsley and has an indoor training pitch, a smaller stadium with seating on the south and west sides for around 2,200 spectators, and several training pitches used by the different Barnsley FC squads.
The Oakwell Stadium has a maximum capacity of 23,287.
Anyone aged 19 and above can pay on the gate tomorrow at the North Stand turnstiles - CASH ONLY.
PLEASE NOTE: Those aged 18 and under can not pay on the gate - and must a ticket from the 'Box Office' prior to heading for the turnstiles.
Admission prices are as follows:
Adults - £25
Seniors (65+) - £18
Young Adults (19-21) - £18
Disabled fans will pay the age related amount and will be entitled to a free carer ticket subject to being in receipt of DLA or PIP at the mid or enhanced rate.
Those who did not collect their ticket from the Northern Commercials ticket office can collect them from Oakwell tomorrow.
If using SatNav, our post code is S71 1ET.
Leave the M1 at Junction 37 and take the A628 towards Barnsley. Stay on this road (Oakwell is well sign-posted) and you will eventually see the stadium on your right.
Barnsley Interchange is about a 10 minute walk away from Oakwell. The station is served by trains running between Sheffield and Leeds/Huddersfield, and trains in both directions arrive every 25 minutes or so.
When exiting the train station turn left away from the town centre and head towards the bridge that the dual-carriageway runs over. Go under the bridge and turn left up the slip road and then take the first road on the right and head towards the Metrodome leisure centre at the top of the hill. Oakwell is now clearly visible.
Between Oakwell Stadium and the Metrodome is a car park for visiting supporters, called the Queens Ground, which costs £5 for Cars and £20 for Coaches. This is just a couple of minutes walk from the stadium.
Satnav: S71 1AN
ENTERTAINMENT & REFRESHMENTS
Popular with away fans and in easy walking distance of Oakwell is the Metrodome Leisure Complex, which has a bar inside and also offers food.
The Dove Inn on Doncaster Road. This pub which is listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide, is an outlet for the Old Mill Brewery. It is only a five-minute walk away from the ground down Oakwell Lane and is happily frequented by both home and away fans.
Inside the ground…
Refreshments are available for away supporters in the ground.
Matchday magazines are priced at £3.