Bradford Park Avenue’s final home game of the season against Stockport County will be an all ticket match.

The decision has been taken to make the match fully segregated and all ticket, with the well-backed visitors set to be hunting a play-off place come April 22.

Our visitors have been handed an initial allocation of 1,200, which they will begin to sell from their ticket office at midday on Wednesday.

Avenue fans will have the opportunity to purchase tickets at the forthcoming two home games against FC United of Manchester (April 8) and Tamworth (April 15).

Ticket prices for the match are fixed at the regular £11 adults, £7 OAPs, £5 students and £2 under-18s.

Season Ticket holders will gain entry to the match as usual, without the need to purchase or collect a ticket prior to the match.

Supporters will be able to purchase tickets from the Supporters’ Club desk in the clubhouse at the aforementioned matches.

With full segregation in place, Avenue fans will only be able to enter the ground on the day of the match via the Cemetery Road turnstiles.

There will be no access to the Park Road car park for home fans, as that is where visiting Stockport County supporters will be directed to.

As for the FC Halifax Town match, there will be a separate beer tent and burger van, as well as portable toilets, located at the Park Road end of the ground, where away fans will be housed. This provision is also set to be in place for this Saturday’s match against FC United of Manchester.

Home supporters will, as usual, have access to the clubhouse and in-house cafe, and will be able to view the match from the main stand, one half of the pavilion side, and the Supporters’ Club stand.

Fans are, however, asked to arrive at the ground early to avoid queues, and take up their position in plenty of time with seating especially limited.

With the extra provisions in place, the club would like to appeal for volunteers to help at both the Stockport match and this Saturday’s FC United match.

The club requires help mainly with stewarding, with car park attendants and traffic flow officers particularly required. Please contact Jayne Spencer on if you are interested.

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