05 Mar 2015
YOU have little more than 48 hours to secure tickets for this weekend's visit of Hunslet Hawks – and save at least £2 on admission prices!
Both Bradford and Hunslet supporters must buy before 5.00pm on Saturday in order to snap up Provident Stand and Terrace tickets at the rates listed below.
Provident Stadium admission prices are as follows:
Terrace - £20
Provident Stand - £25
CONCESSION (65yrs +)
Terrace - £15
Provident Stand - £20
YOUNG ADULT (18 - 24yrs)
Terrace - £15
Provident Stand - £20
YOUTH (11 - 18yrs)
Terrace - £10
Provident Stand - £15
JUNIOR (5 - 11yrs)
Terrace - £3
Provident Stand - £8
BABY (0 - 4yrs)
Terrace - FREE
Provident Stand – FREE
On the day of the game admission prices will by rise by £2 in ALL areas of the ground.
Proof of age may be requested in order to purchase tickets at a concessionary rate.
As announced earlier this week, the Rooley Avenue end of the ground will be closed for this Sunday's game.
However, the Popular Terrace is to remain open for the remainder of the season.
Meanwhile, tickets for next Sunday's game against Batley Bulldogs are on sale now!
Tickets are priced at £17 (adults), £12 (concessions) and £3 (juniors), with children under the age of five going FREE.
You can sit or stand anywhere at Mount Pleasant at no extra cost and return coach travel is also now available, priced at £13 for members of The 1863 Club and £16 for non members.
To secure your place for either or both of the above games, or ensure your transport to Batley, simply call a member of our ticketing team on 08448 711 490 (option 1) during normal office hours.
05 Mar 2015
BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to unveil the 18th member of James Lowes' 2015 squad.
The No.18 jersey was up for grabs as part of The Big Kick-Off Raffle last month and 11-year-old Keir Claxton (pictured above alongside Robbie Hunter-Paul) has been unveiled as the winner!
Keir, who plays for Keighley Albion – an official Bradford Bulls Connection club, was gifted a raffle ticket by his parents.
And the youngster was last week named the winner of the top prize in a competition, which included a £500 cash prize and winners of various other fantastic prizes.
“We are delighted to hand over the coveted No.18 jersey to the very lucky Keir,” said a Bradford Bulls spokesperson.
“It is fantastic how the prize was won via one of the community clubs our foundation is currently working with.
“He will take his place in squad, both online and in print, and we look forward to welcoming Keir and his family to the Provident Stadium, Odsal, in the weeks and months ahead.”
Keir's profile will be placed on the official website as of this weekend and his details will also appear, alongside his Bulls 'team-mates' in The Bulletin – from now until the end of the season!
04 Mar 2015
BRADFORD Bulls will play host to local-rivals Halifax in what is sure to be a fiery encounter on Good Friday (April 3) – and the Bulls Foundation are aiming to increase the heat of the derby!
The Foundation is to stage a charity firewalk right here at the Provident Stadium, Odsal, as part of Robbie's Big 10, the 2015 charity campaign of Bulls chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul.
In a bid to raise funds for the Bulls Foundation, the firewalk is supported by West Yorkshire's Little Heroes Cancer Trust, who provide support for children suffering with cancer, and Santander UK.
It will see participants attempt the ultimate challenge, walking across 20 feet of burning wood embers with a core temperature of over 1000°F.
The firewalk will take place pitchside and Hunter-Paul himself will be taking part.
The former New Zealand star is now calling on supporters to join him and help raise funds for the club's official charity.
A £25 registration fee is payable to take part in the event and we ask participants to raise a minimum of £100 each in sponsorship money.
If this sounds like the challenge for you then contact the Foundation TODAY by CLICKING HERE.
PLEASE NOTE: A one-hour seminar will take place prior to the firewalk, meaning you will need to be at the stadium before 5.30pm on the evening.
Bradford Bulls Foundation (Registered Charity Number: 1106608)
04 Mar 2015
BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to announce that the club will play host to the fourth-round draw of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup, at the Provident Stadium, Odsal.
The event is to get underway from 6.00pm, on Tuesday March 10, with the draw taking place shortly after – and you can be there!
Members of The 1863 Club are exclusively invited to secure FREE tickets for what looks set to be an exciting evening, with James Lowes' men joining 11 other Kingstone Press Championship clubs and the 12 winners of this weekend's third-round ties in the hat.
For your chance to witness the event LIVE simply CLICK HERE when you receive your case-sensitive password via e-mail this evening – and snap up tickets!
A Bulls spokesperson said: “It gives us great pleasure to be hosting an event of such importance and we are very excited to be doing so.
“Everyone speaks about the magic of the Challenge Cup and we are delighted to be a part of it, once again, in 2015.
“As I am sure fans from every club are, we are looking forward to seeing what the draw brings for the Bulls.
“And we would love to see as many members in attendance as possible.”
PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are limited to just 180, so hurry and secure yours as soon as possible!
The Ladbrokes Challenge Cup third-round ties are as follows:
Saturday March 7
Elland v Featherstone Lions
Wath Brow Hornet v Newcastle Thunder
Oulton Raiders v Normanton Knights
Kells v Rochdale Hornets
London Skolars v Swinton Lions
Leigh Miners Rangers v West Hull
Sunday March 8
North Wales Crusaders v Widnes West Bank
Hemel Stags v Oxford
Oldham v Coventry Bears
Barrow Raiders v Keighley Cougars
South Wales Scorpions v York City Knights
University of Gloucestershire All Golds v Skirlaugh
04 Mar 2015
THE Provident Stadium's Rooley End will be closed to spectators this weekend.
Bradford Bulls officials are trialling the closure of the terrace in order to generate a greater atmosphere, by moving supporters closer together.
However, the main terrace (behind the tunnel) will remain open throughout the course of the 2015 season, providing high capacity levels in a popular area of the ground.
Admission prices are fixed for all terraced areas of the Provident Stadium, Odsal.
And we have some exciting news to share with you over the coming days, regarding what will be taking place at the Rooley End.
Bradford Bulls Media & PR Manager Ryan Sparks said: "We are trialling the closure of the Rooley Lane Terrace in order to focus on the concentrating of supporters into areas of the stadium in which we have invested extra resources into, in terms of matchday experience.
“This includes the earlier opening of certain areas of the stadium, improved bars and meeting areas and the all-new 'Incredibull' Family Zone.
“It is known in sport that supporters help create an atmosphere, which ultimately creates the overall experience.
“This measure will also avoid the diluting of an atmosphere within what is a very large stadium.
"Supporter experience is at the forefront of our minds, as we want our and our opponents' fans to enjoy the best-possible gameday.
"We want to create a better atmosphere and are lucky in the fact that we are part of sport where supporters do not need to be segregated.
"More so, we are committed to operating a viable business and as we hope supporters would agree, efficiency is vital in that. Again, this is the club showing that is it operating as efficiently possible while building on the matchday experience.
"Excitingly, we have some great things planned for the Rooley Avenue end of the ground, which we hope to launch this coming weekend.
"In order for supporters to get the most of out of what we are hoping to bring to the Provident Stadium, we believe bringing everyone closer together will be beneficial.”
For more information on any of the above, or to SAVE on match tickets, simply call a member of our team on 08448 711 490 (option 1).
Alternatively, you can get in touch via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.