This Saturday sees the inaugural Million Pound Game and with tickets selling fast, both clubs would like to outline the following information for supporters attending the game.
Michael Carter, Wakefield Chairman stated “Saturday’s match promises to be tremendously exciting and we appreciate emotions will be running high for all fans. However we would encourage everyone to appreciate the game, respect each other and behave in a manner befitting our great sport.
“Because of the demand for tickets we have put in place arrangements for Saturday that will allow everyone attending the match to enjoy the experience to the fullest. We hope that all fans would respect these arrangements and ensure they create a wonderful atmosphere for the players”.
Robbie Hunter-Paul, Bradford Bulls CEO added ‘The action and drama on the pitch on Saturday will be unique. All season and particularly this week, the players and coaching staff have built our success on sticking together. On Saturday we want our fans to do the same. We want Bradford Bulls fans sticking together to cheer the team to victory in the Million Pound Game’.
The following arrangements will be in place for those attending on Saturday:
• The Eastern Terrace has been allocated as a “Family Zone”.
• The North Stand will be for Wakefield fans only.
• Bradford Bulls fans will predominantly be allocated the Western Terrace. However there will also be space for Bradford Bulls in the Eastern Terrace Family Zone.
Entry to the ground is possible through any turnstiles, however it is recommended Bradford Bulls fans use turnstiles 20 and 21 to gain quick access to the Western Terrace.
Tickets are selling fast however a small number are still available to buy from both club ticket offices and online at www.wakefieldwildcats.co.uk.