Bradford and Reading freeze FA Cup quarter-final ticket prices

Jon Stead (right) is congratulated after scoring Bradford's second goal
The 24,021 crowd was Bradford's biggest at Valley Parade since the 1960s and a record for the stadium, which has been rebuilt after the fire of 1985

Bradford and Reading have agreed to keep ticket prices at £15 for their FA Cup quarter-final on Saturday, 7 March.

A record capacity crowd of 24,021 saw City's fifth-round win over Sunderland at Valley Parade and they are keen to repeat that "special atmosphere".

The League One Bantams, who also knocked out Premier League leaders Chelsea in round four, are in the last eight for the first time since 1976.

Under-16 tickets will cost £5, with seniors and students paying £10.

Aston Villa, who play West Midlands rivals West Brom in the first of the BBC's televised games on Saturday, 7 March at 17:30 GMT, are charging between £20-30 for adults and £10 for under-18s.

Manchester United face Arsenal on Monday, 9 March at 19:45 GMT on BBC One. A junior Red Devil will pay £13 to be at Old Trafford, with adult prices ranging from £31 to £53.

Liverpool, who take on Blackburn, also have junior tickets available for £5 with adults paying between £27 and £35 for the tie, which like Bradford's, will be shown by BT Sport.

Both home and away clubs have to agree ticket prices for FA Cup matches.