Bradford AFC season tickets just £149 for adults @ bradfords ticket office
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Bradford AFC season tickets just £149 for adults @ bradfords ticket office

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Found 27th Feb 2017
Bradford season tickets now the lowest price in the Football League.
Adult : £149
Older child : £99
Young child:£5
Young child's ticket works out at less than 30p a match
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other teams/leagues should follow suit.
Great price for Championship football.
trojan34

other teams/leagues should follow suit.


They have. Huddersfield are reaping dividends.
Excellent value .
If only most other clubs would price more reasonably.
Bargain, heat added
Affordable football.


It'll never catch on.
trojan34

other teams/leagues should follow suit.



They have.
Wolves announced a similar deal last month.
brilliant price money has killed football and this is how it should be.
I just paid 455 in kop for Sheffield Wednesday next season early birds offer.
yes before the jokes start coming I know
But where all a sucker for something and it's my club
Exactly as it should be. My local team is non league and season ticket prices start at £350! The ground is <25% full, says it all.
Fantastic. A must if you're a Bradford fan
trojan34

other teams/leagues should follow suit.


This is not aimed only at you, but at all those who say every team should go down the same path.

Presumably you'll all be happy with your team in the lower leagues for 90% of your lifetime, with a couple of seasons at the top table every now and then, and maybe even reaching the dizzy heights of a cup quarter final once every ten years ?
Yes it's sad how football has gone, but those older ones out there will remember when our top division were almost the poor relations, and it was the big money Italian teams who ruled Europe (Yes I do remember the bin dippers and mancs had a couple of European cup wins, but most of our teams struggled).
Be honest - are you happy now where you are, or would you like top see your lower league team competing in the champions league at least once per decade (Ask an Arsenal fan how it feels to travel around Europe but never win !), and have a sporting chance of cup glory every season ?
Truth is it's money that helps get the big players, and climb the leagues until you sit in the European places regularly.
How many Bradford, Huddersfield etc replica tops will you see walking around Glasgow, Bristol, Rome, Buchurest and so on........ because that's a sign you're consistently doing well and it brings in the money to help finance the club.

Brilliant deal if you live in Bradford of course, and good luck to you... honestly..... but I'd rather be travelling around Europe and meeting like-minded souls for the camaraderie, sight-seeing and so on.
Nice one
kamenitzabrit

This is not aimed only at you, but at all those who say every team should … This is not aimed only at you, but at all those who say every team should go down the same path.Presumably you'll all be happy with your team in the lower leagues for 90% of your lifetime, with a couple of seasons at the top table every now and then, and maybe even reaching the dizzy heights of a cup quarter final once every ten years ?Yes it's sad how football has gone, but those older ones out there will remember when our top division were almost the poor relations, and it was the big money Italian teams who ruled Europe (Yes I do remember the bin dippers and mancs had a couple of European cup wins, but most of our teams struggled).Be honest - are you happy now where you are, or would you like top see your lower league team competing in the champions league at least once per decade (Ask an Arsenal fan how it feels to travel around Europe but never win !), and have a sporting chance of cup glory every season ?Truth is it's money that helps get the big players, and climb the leagues until you sit in the European places regularly.How many Bradford, Huddersfield etc replica tops will you see walking around Glasgow, Bristol, Rome, Buchurest and so on........ because that's a sign you're consistently doing well and it brings in the money to help finance the club.Brilliant deal if you live in Bradford of course, and good luck to you... honestly..... but I'd rather be travelling around Europe and meeting like-minded souls for the camaraderie, sight-seeing and so on.



​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of plastics wearing the shirt and then gives Arsenal as a club to aspire to?

And all that is without the obvious error of not realising that ticket sales are a drop in the ocean for the income of Premier League teams.

For the record, I dislike Bradford.
Cheap_n_Nicety

​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of p … ​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of plastics wearing the shirt and then gives Arsenal as a club to aspire to?And all that is without the obvious error of not realising that ticket sales are a drop in the ocean for the income of Premier League teams.For the record, I dislike Bradford.


The city, club ?.
v5535

The city, club ?.



​Both really.
from Bradford. love bradford city. great deal
Cracking offer. £280 to watch GTFC in league 2.
Cheap_n_Nicety

​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of p … ​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of plastics wearing the shirt and then gives Arsenal as a club to aspire to?And all that is without the obvious error of not realising that ticket sales are a drop in the ocean for the income of Premier League teams.For the record, I dislike Bradford.




You can also add to that the fact that Premiership football is more expensive than the top leagues in other European countries. I can only presume your just trolling and can't be that incredibly stupid?
pavthebeast

Great price for Championship football.


Who is in the championship?
snoopy18

Who is in the championship?


It's next season's prices.
Cheap_n_Nicety

​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of p … ​Poor comment. Who in their right mind judges success by the number of plastics wearing the shirt and then gives Arsenal as a club to aspire to?And all that is without the obvious error of not realising that ticket sales are a drop in the ocean for the income of Premier League teams.For the record, I dislike Bradford.



I was actually having a little dig at the gooners, obviously too subtle for you..... would anyone in their right mind be happy with their continual 'nearly-made-it-but-not-quite-good-enough-yet-again' performance, and hold them up as something to aspire to ?
I really don't like plastics at all, and my team has attracted it's fair share over the years for various reasons, but can you imagine a stadium full of empty seats, with no atmosphere ? In other words it's fans of all types who fill the stadiums and give premiership football the atmosphere which helps to motivate the players and in turn ensures that all around the world, people want to watch the games on television.............. and the rights to broadcast those games brings a lot of money in.
Regarding the 'plastics' - every now and then, even some of those fans from far away countries travel here to see a game live, in order to tell their mates back home that they've done it. If there are enough of those plastics around the world, then there could easily be a few hundred of them at every home game, and most of them will visit the club shop and buy merchandise to be able to carry the bag back home and impress friends etc...... a bit like tourists do with Harrods.
I've lived in Eastern Europe, and believe me there are fans there who travel to watch Lazio, Barca, and several of our teams fairly regularly, and many bars show our games live - all of that helps to bring a club money at the end of the day.
I am well aware that ticket sales are a smallish part of a club's income, but it has to be looked at as a package, which is why the biggest teams employ people to secure sponsorship deals, oversee the merchandising, arrange fixtures in new overseas markets and so on - do you believe that all of that would be going on if our stadiums were empty or had no atmosphere ?
pavthebeast

It's next season's prices.


Not if you come up against millwall again it won't be
pavthebeast

It's next season's prices.


I know
waterloo

Not if you come up against millwall again it won't be


Anybody but Millwall, yes no one does like them and I know they don`t care.
waterloo

Not if you come up against millwall again it won't be


They'
waterloo

Not if you come up against millwall again it won't be


Won't need to play them again.Played them twice already.
pavthebeast

They'Won't need to play them again.Played them twice already.


Correct bradford will not even make the playoffs or fail in the semis again.
waterloo

Correct bradford will not even make the playoffs or fail in the semis … Correct bradford will not even make the playoffs or fail in the semis again.


Correct - 2nd place.
kamenitzabrit

I was actually having a little dig at the gooners, obviously too subtle … I was actually having a little dig at the gooners, obviously too subtle for you..... would anyone in their right mind be happy with their continual 'nearly-made-it-but-not-quite-good-enough-yet-again' performance, and hold them up as something to aspire to ?I really don't like plastics at all, and my team has attracted it's fair share over the years for various reasons, but can you imagine a stadium full of empty seats, with no atmosphere ? In other words it's fans of all types who fill the stadiums and give premiership football the atmosphere which helps to motivate the players and in turn ensures that all around the world, people want to watch the games on television.............. and the rights to broadcast those games brings a lot of money in.Regarding the 'plastics' - every now and then, even some of those fans from far away countries travel here to see a game live, in order to tell their mates back home that they've done it. If there are enough of those plastics around the world, then there could easily be a few hundred of them at every home game, and most of them will visit the club shop and buy merchandise to be able to carry the bag back home and impress friends etc...... a bit like tourists do with Harrods.I've lived in Eastern Europe, and believe me there are fans there who travel to watch Lazio, Barca, and several of our teams fairly regularly, and many bars show our games live - all of that helps to bring a club money at the end of the day.I am well aware that ticket sales are a smallish part of a club's income, but it has to be looked at as a package, which is why the biggest teams employ people to secure sponsorship deals, oversee the merchandising, arrange fixtures in new overseas markets and so on - do you believe that all of that would be going on if our stadiums were empty or had no atmosphere ?



You really are clueless, the more you post the worse it gets.
pavthebeast

Correct - 2nd place.


Cannot see it in a million years same as last year too many draws and not enough firepower. Bradford have the least amount of wins in the top 6 and 4 less than the better teams.
waterloo

Cannot see it in a million years same as last year too many draws and not … Cannot see it in a million years same as last year too many draws and not enough firepower. Bradford have the least amount of wins in the top 6 and 4 less than the better teams.


Hard to see beyond a Bolton/Scunny V Fleetwood final.
v5535

Hard to see beyond a Bolton/Scunny V Fleetwood final.


It's pretty hard to call at this stage give it 6 more games and i think it will make more sense, been going football to long to make any judgements at this stage.
waterloo

It's pretty hard to call at this stage give it 6 more games and i think … It's pretty hard to call at this stage give it 6 more games and i think it will make more sense, been going football to long to make any judgements at this stage.


Top 3 are very good. Bolton pegged back a bit as okay poor football. Southend have pedigree with Brown and Dale need to regain form.
Not into Soccer
I was hoping Leicester City would price match but they seem to be scoring again
Hot from me although I reckon my Chelsea senior season ticket at £450 is better value. Certainly my Gooner friends think so
Good price, although all about demand hence why not all teams offer such cheap tickets.
When you have a 25k seater capacity and you struggle to fill it then why not offer cheap season tickets. Hot from me even though no interest to buy.8)
Serialkillerz82

Not into Soccer


Soccer oO
v5535

Top 3 are very good. Bolton pegged back a bit as okay poor football. … Top 3 are very good. Bolton pegged back a bit as okay poor football. Southend have pedigree with Brown and Dale need to regain form.


Tonight's games full fixture list will shake it up a bit.
v5535

They have. Huddersfield are reaping dividends.



​nowhere near the same price
Great move from Bradford. They will reap the rewards of growing their fan base
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