Bradford City AFC

Sport Soccer
Country England England
Home town Bradford
Founding year 1903
Leagues Football League Two

Bradford City is an English football club based in Bradford, West Yorkshire. They currently feature in League Two.

Bradford City were established in 1903 and were immediately elected into Division Two of the Football League. They were promoted to the top flight of English football in 1908 and won the FA Cup in 1911.

In 1922 Bradford suffered relegation from Division One and reached the top flight only in 1999 when they featured in the Premier League for the first time in their history.

Bradford subsequently suffered relegation and eventually slipped to League Two mainly because of financial problems.

Bradford City play their home matches at Valley Parade that can accommodate 25,136 spectators. They bear the nicknames the “Bantams”, “Paraders” and “Citizens”.

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