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Valley Parade, currently titled the Coral Windows Stadium as part of a sponsorship deal, is the home ground of Bradford City FC. It was originally opened in 1886 and became the home of Bradford City in 1903. The club, also known as The Bantams, were the first team in the fourth tier to reach the League Cup final. They also won their first FA Cup in 1911.
Bradford Interchange is roughly a t20 minute walk from the ground, while Bradford Foster Square is only 10 minutes away but has a much more limited service. There is no official parking at Valley Parade Stadium, meaning all parking is limited to on street spaces that can fill quickly. To ensure you have an allocated space it is best to book your parking space before the match day.
The nearest pub to the ground is the Bradford Arms, though the Corn Dolly and the Cartwright Hotel are also located relatively close to the ground. There are also some interesting attractions to visit, including The Bradford Industrial Museum, The National Media Museum and the Brontë Parsonage Museum.
Postcode for satnav: BD8 7DY
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Easy to book and confirmation of booking was swift. Parking space was as described in terms of location with the owner present when I arrived. Will defintely use again.Alasdair
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Really good service 10 out 10.Duraid
Just a little out of Leeds centre (but easy walking distance) but felt safe to leave car here for a long weekend. Easy to book and find. Will definitely use this service again.David
Just the place i wanted all sorted no issues. Many ThanksPHILIP
10 out of 10. Very easy to useDuraid
Access to the parking spot was impossibl, since many roads were closed, because of the England vs Australia cricket. I did call for help but nothing constructive was forctcoming. Eventually, I paid another £20 to park elsewhere. The vendor reckoned her other customers were able to park. My response is that they may have been more familiar with how to navigate around the road closures during big cricket games. I followed the very straighforword M40, M42, A435 and feel let down that there was no advice on how to reach my parking spotn under these circumstances.Rob