Date: 18th July 2017 at 9:23am
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The details for the Bradford meeting with Gillingham, which will be played at the Gills’ Priestfield Stadium have been confirmed.

City will travel to Priestfield to take on Gillingham on Saturday 12th August, which will be the Bantams’ first away game of the season, with this having a 3pm kick off time.

Of course, unless given a change of date or kick off time for whatever reason, those set out when the League One fixtures were released will remain as they now are, obviously further scheduling amendments aside.

Gillingham was one of those set and Bradford have been able to finalise, and now confirm, ticket details for this meeting.

The Official Website has announced they are sale now so if you’re one of those who wants to attend this game you’ve got a chance to do so.

Priced as follows:

Adults: £20.00
Senior Citizens: £16.00
Students: £6.00
Under 18s: £6.00
Under 12s: £6.00

Disabled supporters will be asked to pay the age-related price from the list above.
They will also be entitled to a free carer’s ticket subject to being in receipt of DLA or PIP at the higher or mid level.

Meanwhile, looking ahead to the busy schedule ahead as Bradford’s pre-season continues with games against Guiseley (Tuesday) and Eccleshill United followed up by a behind-closed-doors friendly on Friday ahead of Sunderland’s visit to Valley Parade on Saturday, Stuart McCall has given his thoughts.

He told the Official Website this will be another important step forward for City.

‘We have a busy week this week. Game on Tuesday, Wednesday, a behind-closed-doors game on the Friday, and then the game on Saturday. The lads have two sets of 45 (minutes) in them, we now have to be looking at getting them 75 minutes or even the full match over these next couple of games.’

Adding: ‘We will split squads (for Tuesday and Wednesday). I don’t think you could tell which was the stronger really looking at them on paper. Depending on how things go, the aim is to give those playing either Tuesday or Wednesday at least 70 or so minutes, and maybe even the full game. We want to follow on from a good week in Austria and Germany. It is time to step things up for the lads.’

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