Details for supporters travelling to Sunday's Play-Off first leg
Bradford City have provided Millwall fans with the following matchday information ahead of Sunday's Sky Bet League One Play-Off Semi-Final first leg at the Coral Windows Stadium (12.15pm):
For this game, Millwall fans have been allocated the whole of the TL Dallas (South) Stand behind the goal and part of the Northern Commercials (East) Stand, which is alongside the penalty area.
For both sections, the turnstiles are situated on Midland Road. For the TL Dallas Stand, four turnstiles (S1-S4) will be open and for the Northern Commercials Stand, turnstiles E9-E12 should be used. In both sections, turnstiles will open from 10.30am with one turnstile in each section serving as a late gate which will remain open until half-time.
With Millwall expected to bring the maximum allocation, the game will be all-ticket in the above sections. There will be no cash entries on the day and supporters without tickets are advised not to travel.
No alcohol in away section
As the TL Dallas Stand has no enclosed concourse, no license can be granted. Therefore, please note that no alcohol will be served in any of the sections allocated to Millwall supporters.
It is Bradford's policy for supporters to be searched as they enter the stadium. All supporters are asked not to bring bags to the game, but if this is unavoidable please note that all bags will be searched prior to entry. The requirement to search spectators will slow down the entry process and all supporters are asked to co-operate with stewards while this policy is being implemented.
As with all Football League grounds, the Coral Windows Stadium is a no-smoking arena. In addition to the legal bans on cigarettes, please note that Bradford do not allow the use of e-cigarettes anywhere within the stadium.
Away supporters' coaches are parked on Midland Road as close as possible to the away section's entrances and exits. If only a small number of coaches travel to the game, they may be moved up to the exits at the final whistle to enable easy access.
Bradford hope that Millwall supporters have a safe journey to the stadium and that they enjoy what promises to be an exciting game.