Bradford City announce children’s season ticket at just 21p per game
Under-11s will be able to attend Bradford City matches from as little as 21p per game next campaign after the club announced their season ticket prices.
The Yorkshire club are offering a Under-11 pass for just £5 for the entire season, which equalled out over the 23 home game campaign works out at that low figure.
But Bradford, who becoming are famed for their low season ticket prices, have also made adult tickets available for just £149 , freezing them at the same price as this campaign.
While Bradford are currently in League One, they are in contention for promotion to the Championship through the play-offs, making the offer an even more incredible deal.
The numbers are in huge contrast to the Premier League where season tickets can cost over £2000. Arsenal charged £2013 for their most expensive annual pass this season.
And Tottenham Hotspur were not too far behind, offering an upper-end ticket for £1895.
Bradford chief operating officer James Mason revealed he hopes other clubs will follow the Valley Parade club’s example.
He said: ‘Freezing the prices is a huge statement to the rest of the football world that the game should be affordable for all.
‘Despite the temptation to charge higher prices in higher leagues, we believe in growing our fan base by inspiring families to watch together. I’m proud to be a Bradfordian working for a club that really values its supporters.
‘We have so much still to play for this season and the exciting news is that no matter what, supporters will be watching live football at the Northern Commercials Stadium next season whether in League One or the Championship for the same price. For an adult that’s less that £6.50 per game!’
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