David Hopkin's Bantams take on Burton Albion this afternoon in Sky Bet League One - at the Pirelli Stadium (kick-off 3.00pm).
Burton Upon Trent
Founded in 1950, the Brewers originally played their games at Wellington Street before moving to Eton Park in 1950. Burton Albion then moved to today's home, the Pirelli Stadium, in 2005.
The stadium has the maximum capactiy of 6,912 (2,034 seated). predominantly housed in the East Terrace at one end of the ground, where just over 1,400 fans can be accommodated.
Please note that there are no cash machines inside the Pirelli Stadium and supporters wishing to purchase refreshments are advised to bring cash.
The nearest cash machine is located at the Co-op Food Store almost opposite to the car park entrance.
Any supporter who wishes to purchase a terrace ticket, can pay on the gate - CASH ONLY.
Any supporter who wishes to be seated, must purchase their ticket from the ticket office.
ADMISSION PRICES ARE AS FOLLOWS:
Adult - £22
Over 65 - £20
17-22 - £20
Under-17s - £12
Adult - £18
Over-65s - £16
17-22 - £13
Under-17s - £5.00
Disabled Fans will pay the age related terracing prices and will qualify for a free carer subject to being in receipt of DLA or PIP at the mid or enhanced rate.
Any fan who has purchased a concessionary ticket must have proof of age with them at Burton as checks will be made, anyone found with the incorrect ticket will be revered to the ticket office to pay the difference.
Any tickets which were not collected from the ticket office by 4.00pm on Friday January 25, can be collected from the Pirelli Stadium.
The ticket office will close 15 minutes before kick-off.
The Pirelli Stadium is located just off the A38. Exit the A38 at Clay Mills and follow Derby Road until you reach the second island. Take a right turn at the island and then right again into the car park.
Burton Railway Station is situated half a mile West of the Town Centre, past the Breweries on Station Street, on Borough Road. The station is a 30-minute walk to the Pirelli Stadium.
Car parking is available at the Pirelli Stadium for just £5 per vehicle on a first-come first-served basis. Supporters can also park in the Pirelli Factory car park, just off Derby Road priced at £3 per vehicle with all proceeds going to charity (weekend parking only).
ENTERTAINMENT & REFRESHMENTS
The nearest pub is probably the 'The Beech Inn' which is around a ten minute walk, up the A5121 Derby Road (going in the opposite direction to Burton town centre) on the left. You can also park your car there at a cost of £5.
Further on past the Beech pub on the same side of the road is a McDonalds outlet.
Otherwise, there is the Great Northern pub, which serves Burton Bridge Beers, along with a guest ale. This pub is located on Wetmore Road, which leads off the roundabout near to the stadium entrance, go up and over the railway bridge and the pub is on the left.
If you particularly like your real ale then just under a half a mile away from the stadium is the Burton Town Brewery. Situated in a small industrial unit in Falcon Close (off Hawkins Lane, which itself also runs off the main roundabout by the ground), it opens its doors before matches and has available real and craft ales, lagers, cider and wine.
Inside the ground…
There are bar and refreshment facilities within the away stand but these will close 30 minutes before kick-off for maximum capacity games.
They offer a range of pies, burgers, hot dogs and confectionery and both alcoholic and soft drinks which can be purchased for consumption in this area.
Matchday magazines are priced at £3.