Where to sit
Bradford City AFC prides itself on family values and making our club and matchday accessible and enjoyable for all – including families.
Supporters looking for a more family-friendly atmosphere are advised to purchase tickets in The Morrisons Family Stand (West). With the largest capacity inside the University of Bradford Stadium, The Morrisons Family Stand offers great views of the action.
If you are unfortunate enough to experience any offence while at the University of Bradford Stadium, please notify the nearest steward who will be happy to assist – or text the club’s confidential matchday helpline on 07949814243.
Should you feel, following your visit to the University of Bradford Stadium, that the club could be more family inclusive and welcoming, we are more than committed to listening to feedback. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org via e-mail.
Tickets for each home Sky Bet League Two game the Bantams will contest throughout the 2023/24 season will be available to purchase – for those who do not hold a season ticket.
Tickets are made available well in advance of each fixture taking place. The club’s 2023/24 home matchday admission prices – for Sky Bet League Two fixtures – are as follows:
2023/24 admission prices – UP UNTIL 11.59PM THE DAY BEFORE THE GAME – are as follows:
Adult (24-64): £20
Senior (65+): £18
Young Person (17-23): £18
Youth (12-16): £10
Junior (11-): £5
Family Pass (2x Adult, 2x Under-12): £45
Located in the concourse of The Morrisons Family Stand, Billy’s Coop is the home of City’s mascot, Billy Bantam.
The station provides a place for Junior Bantams – aged 11 and under – to unwind with some pre-match entertainment, prior to the start of each of the club’s home fixtures.
Billy’s Coop includes colouring stations for the youngsters, face painting, temporary tattoos, special guest appearances and other fun activities!
It is funded and operated by the Bradford City Football Club Community Foundation.
The creation of the Coop comes as part of plans to continue improving the matchday experience at the University of Bradford Stadium.
It will be open at the same time as the turnstiles.
In order to enter Billy’s Coop, supporters must head to the silver gate situated in the directors’ car park next to the W11 turnstile at the University of Bradford Stadium, presenting their match ticket to gain entry.
Should Junior Bantams hold a ticket elsewhere in the ground, they will be handed a voucher at the gate allowing entry into the Morrisons Family Stand, which will permit access for them to return to their seat elsewhere.
PLEASE NOTE: At busy times, access to – or time within – Billy’s Coop may be restricted.
Further sponsorship opportunities for Billy’s Coop remain available. Please contact email@example.com for more information on how to get involved.
We have a wide range of pocket money items – including key rings, stationery and autograph books – available to purchase from the Bradford City Store on South Parade and pop-up shop on matchday.
Baby changing facilities
Baby changing facilities are available in all hospitality areas and the The Morrisons Family Stand.
Supporters in the other areas of the University of Bradford Stadium, and the Bradford Lifts (Away) Stand, should ask the nearest steward to be escorted to the nearest facilities.
Enjoy the match
Bradford City AFC, along with all other EFL clubs across the country, are reinforcing a league-wide commitment to saying no to bad language and aggressive behaviour in family areas on matchdays. Junior and family attendances across the EFL have risen significantly over recent seasons, a ringing endorsement of clubs’ extensive work to reach out, attract and engage with families.
Supporting all of this work is the EFL’s Enjoy the Match Campaign, an initiative that for many seasons has helped clubs to promote a zero-tolerance policy on anti-social behaviour in family areas. The Enjoy the Match campaign can be seen across all EFL league stadia and, alongside the EFL’s Family Excellence Awards Scheme, it plays a crucial role in helping clubs to attract families and young supporters to EFL matches.
Here at Bradford City AFC, we want our fans to feel safe and part of a vibrant exciting matchday experience. We ask all supporters to encourage the players, respect the match officials and help to create a great atmosphere inside the University of Bradford Stadium.