Bradford Bulls





Provident Stadium


Full Capacity 22,739 | Concert Capacity 39,739

Floodlit to 1000 lux, highest quality hospitality suite, large and small function rooms, private meeting rooms, over 500 secure parking spaces, quality catering and concessions available, Pitch is a fully grassed are measuring: 67.79m x 111.74m with a 375m track surroundings. 


North Stand

Capacity - (7290 standing)
The North Stand or the Rooley Avenue End is located behind the goal posts and is the away end of the ground. Also housing for a big screen, bars and upper concourse toilet facilities. 


East Stand

Capacity - (4890 seating)
The East Stand is the only part of the ground that is covered and is the only part of the ground with seating, the stand runs parallel to the pitch. The stand houses home supporters and most season ticket holders, other features include bars and toilet facilities.


South End 

Capacity - (620 Seating)
The South End hosts the stadiums hospitality boxes and private’ bars.


West Stand

Capacity - (9309 standing)
The West Stand houses the supporters' bar and scoreboard in the north-west corner and also houses the tunnel and players changing rooms, with bars and toilet facilities. The club shop and ticket office are also at this end of the ground at the level of Rooley Avenue



Description of Premises



Southbank Stand

Constructed in 2001–2002 this is a Glass fronted steel construction with corrugated steel boarding Concrete flooring throughout. The building is on stilts and on the South side of the Stadium.

1st floor: 14 boxes, 6 toilets, 1 kitchen, 2 boiler rooms, Chairman’s lounge, Murrayfield suite and Millennium suite.

Ground Floor: Trevor foster suite and extension, Legends suite, Players’ lounge, Media room, 2 Electric cupboards and 3 Stores rooms.


Provident Stand 

Re-constructed in 2001-2002 this is a concrete base with ---- seats Steel girders and wrapped in corrugated steel boarding. This structure has 6 evacuation routes top and bottom with safety gates at pitchside. This building is situated on the East side of the grounds.

Incorporates three separate Structures at the back of the stand, PA box, Timekeepers box and C3 small bar. 

Pavilion Bar 

Semi-Portable steel and wooden structure with a felt covered flat roof. The outer skin is alum with a black laminated finish. It has two double entrance doors and exit doors. There are two emergency exit doors at each end of the building.

The building is used as a bar on match days. It has one long bar which is divided into two by use of a partition wall with two double interconnecting doors. One section of the bar is used for the general public and the other is exclusive to Premier Club Members. It has a ramp entrance at the left-hand entrance for wheelchair ingress and egress.

The Touchdown

A pre-fabricated temporary building erected in 1996 situated between West and North Stands. Formerly used for Corporate Hospitality the ground floor is now used as a public bar.

1st Floor is now office space and class rooms for the Foundation charity. It has one main entrance door to the ground floor with two Emergency Fire Exits. There is an external staircase to the first floor at either side of the building; one leads to the main entrance.

2nd floor is a spacious bar with excellent views of the pitch.


The Marquee

A temporary structure 27m by 9m manufactured from Verseidag PVC, flame retardant to BS 5438. This is used as a public bar. It has two main entrances, one from the concourse and one at the bottom of staircase 7. There is also an emergency fire exit on to the Concourse

Ideal for summer parties. 


Concourse Bars

There are three small concourse bars in the stadium. One is situated at the back of the East Stand, North and West Stand. Each is made from steel and concrete and were completed in February 2003. They basically consist of a counter facing out on the Concourse with a steel roof to shelter both staff and patrons from inclement weather.



The pitch at Odsal has a distinctive concave contour, with the corners of the pitch behind the try-line noticeably sloping up towards the stands. This was due to the stadium being used to hosting speedway and other motor racing events and so the corners of the pitch were removable to allow full use of the track. With the end of speedway at Odsal, the upturned corners are no longer as pronounced as they once were.

Used for a verity of the event from Rugby, football, horse jumping and tennis, with a standing capacity for concerts at 17,000.