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BRADFORD CITY AFC (1983) Ltd

Main Club Sponsor: JCT 600

Stadium Sponsor: Bradford & Bingley plc

Stand Sponsors: Sunwin; Carlsberg; Ciba Ltd; Symphony Group Ltd

Family Stand Sponsor: McDonalds

Stadium Capacity: 20576
[Sunwin Stand - 4444; Ciba Stand - 4500; Carlsberg Stand - 7492; North West Corner - 2300; Symphony Stand - 1840]
(A £7.5m redevelopment programme of the Sunwin Stand is underway which when finished in May 2001 will increase the Stadium capacity to 25,000)

Pitch Size - 113yds x 75yds

Club Colours
(home): Shirts - Claret and Amber Stripes; Shorts - Black; Socks - Black
(away): Shirts - Claret and Blue stripes; Shorts - Blue; Socks - Blue

Year formed: 1903

Nickname: The Bantams

Record Attendance: 39,146 vs Burnley. FA Cup 4th Round. 11/03/11
(This is the country's longest surviving attendance record - 89 years)

Record Receipts: £181,990 vs Manchester United. FA Carling Premiership. 13/01/01

Biggest Victory:
League -11-1 vs Rotherham United. D3(N). 25/08/28
FA Cup - 11-3 vs Walker Celtic. FAC1R. 01/12/37
League Cup - 7-2 vs Darlington. LC2-2. 25/09/00

Biggest Defeat:
League - 0-8 vs Manchester City. D2. 07/05/27; 1-9 vs Colchester United. D4. 30/12/61
FA Cup - 1-6 vs Newcastle United. FAC3. 07/03/63; 0-5 vs Burnley. FAC5R. 23/02/60;
0-5 vs Tottenham Hotspur. FAC3. 07/01/70

Most points:
3 points for a win - 94. D3. 1984/85
2 points for a win - 63. D3N. 1928/29

Most goals scored in a season: 128. 1928/29. D3(N)

Most players used in a season: 42 in season 1996/97. D1

Most appearances: Cecil Podd. 565+9. 1970-84. (League 494+8, FAC 30, LC 33+1, others 8)

Record transfer fee received: £2m from Newcastle United for Des Hamilton (March 1997)
£2m from Newcastle United for Andrew O'Brien (March 2001)

Record transfer fee paid: £2.5m to Leeds United for David Hopkin (July 2000)

Most goals scored in a season: 36. David Layne (1961/62)

Most goals scored in a match: Albert Whitehurst: 7 vs Tranmere Rovers. D3N. 06/03/29

Most goals in a career: Bobby Campbell. 143 (League 121, FAC 5, LC 11, others 6) 1979-86

Oldest player: Neville Southall. 41 years 178 days. vs Leeds United 12/03/00

Youngest player: Robert Cullingford. 16 years 141 days. vs Mansfield Town 22/04/70

Fastest goal scored at Bradford & Bingley Stadium: 09/12/00 Ledley King (for Tottenham Hotspur) 10 seconds. (FA Carling Premiership record)



Most capped player (while playing for Bradford City)
Harry Hampton (Northern Ireland) 9
Evelyn Lintott (England) 4
Dean Saunders (Wales) 7

Longest League Runs................
of undefeated matches - 21 (1968/69)
of matches without a win - 16 (1948/49)
of undefeated home matches - 25 (1976/77)
of undefeated away matches - 10 (1968/69)
without a home win - 10 (1962/63)
without an away win - 29 (1925/26)
of wins - 10 (1983/84)
of home wins - 9 (1952/53 and 1961/62)
of defeats - 8 (1932/33)
of away wins - 5 (1928/29, 1981/82 and 1984/85)

Club Honours:
Division 2 Champions: 1907/08
Division 3 Champions: 1984/85
Division 3(N) Champions: 1928/29
FA Cup Winners: 1911 (1st holders of present trophy which was made in Bradford)
Promotion from Division 1 as Runners-Up: 1998/99
Promotion from Division 2 via Wembley Play-Offs: 1995/96
Promotion from Division 4: 1968/69; 1976/77; 1981/82

Leagues competing in - Season 2000/2001
1st team: FA Carling Premiership
Reserves: FA Premier Reserve League North
Youth Team: Football League Youth Alliance - North East Conference

Cup competitions competing in - Season 2000/2001
1st team: FA Cup -sponsored by AXA; Worthington Cup; UEFA Intertoto Cup
Reserves: None
Youth Team: AXA FA Youth Cup; Football League Youth Alliance League Cup

Bradford City Football Club
Bradford City Football Club
Bradford & Bingley Stadium, Valley Parade
Bradford
West Yorkshire
BD8 7DY Map
Phone: 01274 773355

What are the expectations for the 2002/03 season?
Promotion
0%
Play Offs
22%
Top Half
11%
Bottom Half
11%
Relegation
56%
Total Votes: 9

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