Bradford have revealed that they have reached their target of 10,000 season ticket pledges, making them the cheapest Super League club to watch next season.
At an Unveiling Ceremony at the Grattan Stadium last night the total was of people who pledged to purchase a Membership was announced at 10,681 which is around double the number of 2010 holders.
Bradford Bulls CEO Ryan Duckett is delighted the number has reached the 10,000 figure.
“It’s fantastic. It’s quite a radical scheme so we’re delighted to get these numbers. Grattan Stadium can be a great place to watch rugby when there’s a good crowd. It creates a great atmosphere and can become quite intimidating for opposition players. We’ve maybe lost a bit of that recently but now we’re confident we can make it a fortress again. I’m hoping the pledge scheme and announcing the new membership prices can be a catalyst for better performances on the pitch by bringing the buzz back to the club.”
Fans now have until Friday, November 12 to purchase membership at the special price, and Duckett has been delighted with the response so far.
The Bulls will become the cheapest club to watch in Super League next year, offering adult terrace membership for just £60 compared to £234 for the current campaign and fans now have until Friday, November 12 to purchase membership at the special price and Duckett has been delighted with the response so far.