League One side Bradford City are known as 'The Bantams' and they play their home games at the Valley Parade, Bradford which holds over 25,000 people. Nike produce their kits where they are sponsored by Map Group and they famously reached the final of the 2012-13 Capital One Cup where they lost 4-0 to Swansea City in the final at Wembley. They last played in the Premier League in the 2000-2001 season where the finished 20th.
Bradford play their home games in claret and amber strip, hence the nickname Bantams from the view that the colours are similar to the look of the bright feathers of the bird. The away strip is a more usual colour of blue and black with red edging. The biggest claim to fame to date for players wearing the claret and amber was in winning the FA Cup back in 1911. They also spent two seasons in the Premiership after an impressive football league campaign. A 1-0 victory over Liverpool on the last day of the season, kept them up in May 2000, only for relegation to follow at the end of the 2000-01 season.
Bradford City flaunt their entire kit range manufactured by English brand Avec for the upcoming 2016/17 season. After disappointingly losing in their play-off semi-final encounter against Millwall, Bradford City now look to go one-step further next season by securing promotion into the Championsh [...]
League One side Bradford City have officially revealed their new home and away kits for the upcoming 2015-16 season. Again supplied by Nike, the new home shirt features a new gradient chequered design featuring the club's trademark claret and amber colours [...]
Having launched their new home kit back in May this year, the Bantams have gone ahead and revealed their new away kit for next season. Supplied by Nike, the new away kit for Bradford City is super simple using the popular Laser II template also used by the likes of Zenit Saint Petersburg [...]
Finishing 11th on the League One this season, Bradford City have officially launched their new home kit for next season [...]
League One outfit Bradford City have urged their fans to help complete their Bradford City kit collection. The Bantams have formed a new project at their home ground the Valley Parade where the support group want to display every home and away shirts for every season from 1970 onwards [...]
Nicknamed the Bantams after an early kit with a claret shirt with an amber hoop around the shoulders, Bradford City Association Football Club were formed in 1903, they play their home games in the 25,100 plus seater Valley Parade or The Bradford & Bingley Stadium, Bradford. The stadium has a sad history as it was the scene of the tragic fire which claimed fifty-six lives in May 1985.
The Bantams went through a series of relegations where they ended up playing in League Two, the fourth tier of English football after they were relegated from the Premier league in the 2000-2001 season.