A new mini-series kicks off with why a November 2015 trip to Glanford Park was a special moment in showcasing the joys of being a Bradford City fan.
Remembering when Mills met Blake and McCall fell off a car roof on Sky Sports.
In 1999 Bradford City stunned the football world by reaching the Premier League. This is the story of how they did it.
Our summer series continues with a look back to October 2010 and the modern day low point for Bradford City. Jason McKeown recalls the story. Everyone who endured Bradford City’s 12-year, post-millennium decline from the Premier League to League Two… Read More ›
On the eve of England’s second group game in the World Cup, Rob Craven recalls the story of when Bradford City signed one of the most famous England internationals of all time. Some will remember him for this , others… Read More ›
On the eve of England’s World Cup clash with Italy in the jungle city of Manaus, Jason McKeown recalls the story of Bradford City splashing the cash on an Italian maverick which ultimately almost bankrupted the club. No name was… Read More ›
Our potted history of Bradford City series continues with a trip back to World War II, as Ian Hemmens tells the story of Bradford City’s unusual, Belgian international goalkeeper. After war was declared in September 1939, Europe held its breath… Read More ›
Our potted history series continues with a trip back 16 years, where the sacking of a Bradford City manager caused a national storm. Jason McKeown takes up the story. January 1998 and the FA Cup third round. 5,000 Bradford City… Read More ›
Part two of our ‘Potted History of Bradford City’ series looks back at the launch of the oldest surviving fanzine in the UK, the City Gent, which this year celebrates its 30th anniversary. John Dewhirst, one of the co-founders, tells… Read More ›
Part one of our summer series looking at less celebrated moments in Bradford City history (see the ‘about’ note here) sees Jason McKeown recall the story of the club’s one (and only) foray into European competition, in 2000. “We’re disappointed… Read More ›