02 Jul 2015
WITH The Battle For The Championship just around the corner, we are delighted to announce the launch of Double Discount Days!
James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls will take on Leigh Centurions at the Provident Stadium on Sunday July 19.
The winner will likely clinch top spot – with just one round of the regular season remaining – and enter the all-important Super 8s in pole position.
This promises to be the biggest game of the 2015 campaign to date.
And we are providing you with an exclusive opportunity to save up to £4 on gameday admission prices.
If you secure tickets on either Saturday July 4 or Saturday July 11, you will be able to seal a place on the Terrace for just £18 (based on adult admission)!
This offer will only be available in store at the Provident Stadium – and will NOT be extended, so don’t miss out!
The Team Shop will be open from 9.00am until 5.00pm this and EVERY Saturday.
And this fantastic offer allows kids to enter for ‘a quid’, with junior prices slashed to just £1 on Double Discount Days.
You can secure a Provident Stand upgrade for just £5.
A full list of ‘Double Discount Day’ ticket prices can be found below:
ADULT (25-64) - £18
CONCESSION (65+) - £13
YOUNG ADULT (18-24) - £13
YOUTH (11-18) - £8
JUNIOR (5-11) - £1
BABY (0-4) – FREE
ADULT (25-64) - £23
CONCESSION (65+) - £18
YOUNG ADULT (18-24) - £18
YOUTH (11-18) - £13
JUNIOR (5-11) - £6
BABY (0-4) - FREE
ADULT (25-64) - £28
CONCESSION (65+) - £23
YOUNG ADULT (18-24) - £23
YOUTH (11-18) - £18
JUNIOR (5-11) - £18
BABY (0-4) - FREE
02 Jul 2015
FORMER Bradford Bulls head coach Brian Noble will be in the hot seat when the club ‘takes over’ Nando’s Centenary Square Bradford on Monday evening.
Noble, who won a trio of Super League titles during his time at the Provident Stadium helm, will join Lee Gaskell and Adrian Purtell for a live question and answer session, with several other members of James Lowes’ squad on hand to serve your table – and even cook your food!
The first-ever Bradford Bulls Nando’s Takeover has been designed to raise funds to support the fantastic work being done in the community and beyond by The Bulls Foundation.
Noble said: “I grew up on the terraces of the Provident Stadium and it was always my dream to play for Northern and then go on and coach the Bulls.
“I have many great memories of my time with Bradford and it gives me great pleasure to be able to come back and share some of those stories about my playing and coaching days with those that are coming out to support the club’s charity work
“I would like to thank the club and The Bulls Foundation for inviting me.”
This promises to be an evening to remember, with chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul acting as the even’s host.
From as little as £10 (adults) and £5 (juniors), you will be able to tuck into a whole of host of Nando’s classics, while enjoying an action-packed night of entertainment.
There are plenty of prizes to be won, you’ll hear exclusive interviews from Bulls players and there will even be a chance to meet Bull Man!
Please hurry, CLICK HERE and secure your place for the 6.00pm sitting NOW – before it’s too late.
There are only 25 places left and they will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis!
For more information, contact the club via e-mail HERE.
02 Jul 2015
BRADFORD Bulls will welcome Leigh Centurions to the Provident Stadium later this month, as the race for top spot hots up – in The Battle For The Championship.
James Lowes’ men, who currently sit two points clear of the Centurions, know victory on Sunday July 19 – when the promotion-chasing pair face off in West Yorkshire – could see them end the regular season in pole position.
With both sides now all but guaranteed to finish inside the Kingstone Press Championship’s top four, it all comes down to this with the start of the Super 8s just around the corner.
This promises to be 80 minutes of rugby league that you cannot afford to miss, with the Bulls looking to gain revenge having lost out to the Lancashire club on the opening day of the 2015 campaign.
Tickets for the round twenty-two contest are on sale NOW – and can be purchased online, by CLICKING HERE, or, alternatively, by calling 08448 711 490 (option 1) during normal office hours.
Furthermore, at 5.00pm TODAY, we will be announcing an exciting ticketing initiative, which will allow you to make significant savings on gameday admission prices.
We want to make the Provident Stadium rock on July 19 – and we want you to #BETHERE!
01 Jul 2015
BRADFORD Bulls’ long unbeaten run came to an end at the hands of Featherstone Rovers this evening.
The Rovers stormed into an early lead and when the Bulls got themselves back into the game, the visitors pulled away again before half-time.
Andy Hay’s men made a similarly good start to the second half and, despite another attempted Bulls comeback, last season’s beaten Championship Grand Finalists pulled away again to secure a vital victory in their race for a Super 8s place.
01 Jul 2015
HARRY Siejka returns to the Bulls' halves as the table-toppers host Featherstone Rovers at the Provident Stadium this evening.
Adrian Purtell reverts back to his usual position at centre, with Matty Blythe moving onto the interchange bench.
Hooker Vila Halafihi is the man to miss out from the seventeen that beat Batley Bulldogs on Sunday.
Chris Kendall will referee the round-twenty Kingstone Press Championship tie, with Bradford looking to extend their impressive league form.
Today’s executive match sponsor is ISC.
Sponsored by Access Northern Solutions (ASN Doors) – here is this evening’s starting line-up:
33. James Mendeika – Sponsored by C & K Wood
5. Danny Williams – Sponsored by Robert Watts
3. Adrian Purtell – Sponsored by Brian Widdop
20. Adam Henry – Sponsored by The Pitchside Crew
27. Ryan Shaw – Sponsored by Bradford Bulls Supporters Group
7. Harry Siejka – Sponsored by Karen and Jordan Fisher
13. Danny Addy – Sponsored by Chef Up North
8. Paul Clough – Sponsored by Ian and Barbara Illingworth
9. Adam O'Brien – Sponsored by The Monro Family
10. Adam SIdlow – Sponsored by Gareth Rider – Manager at Thornton Lodge Day Nursery
11. Tom Olbison – Sponsored by Chef Up North
12. Dale Ferguson – Sponsored in memory of Helen Butterworth
14. Jay Pitts – Sponsored by John Fountain
4. Matty Blythe – Sponsored by Smith Harrison
15. Dan Fleming – Sponsored by Mal and Ange Rider22. Chev Walker – Sponsored by Helen Smith and Catherine Kendrick
32. Steve Crossley – Sponsored by The Top House