Bradford Park Avenue have today confirmed that their new ticketing format, which would have seen County fans pay more than other clubs, has been scrapped.
The club have announced on their official website that ‘after receiving feedback both from home and away fans, and after much deliberation, the board has taken the decision to revert to a standard admission price across every league match for this season’.
Bradford can now boast of having the joint-cheapest tickets in the league and at £10, will be hoping to attract more supporters to the Horsfall Stadium, both home and away.
The club initially planned to have two categories of games for the coming season, based on the size of the opposition’s fan base, but after resistance from supporters at a number of different clubs, including County, the board decided to revert back to a standard ticket price format.
The Avenue board, however, have stated that they’ll be ‘closely monitoring the income and expenditure associated with the bigger games where segregation and all-ticket arrangements have to be implemented’.