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Bradford City

Bradford City FC Profile

Club name Bradford City Football Club
Ground(s) Valley Parade, since 1903; presently known as Bradford & Bingley Stadium since 2003, The Pulse Stadium 1995-2000;


1903 by Manningham Rugby Club; turned professional 1903;
Colours Claret and amber striped shirts, claret shorts, claret socks
Domestic honours Football League Division Two winners 1907-08; Division Three winners 1984-85; Division Three North winners 1928-29;
FA Cup winners 1910-11;
European honours None
International honours None
Most capped player Jamie Lawrence, 12, Jamaica


England Players Years Starts Subs Apps Capt Goals
320 Conlin, James 1906 1 0 1 0 0
331 Lintott, Evelyn Henry 1909 4 0 4 0 0
306 Bond, Richard 1910 3 0 3 0 0
3 Total 1906 8 0 8 0 0


Only three Bradford City players have ever played for England, and none of them in the same side.

in memorium

The names of the 56 victims of the Valley Parade Fire Disaster - 11 May 1985.

John Douglas Ackroyd, Edmund Anderton, Alexander Shaw Baines, Herbert Bamford, Christopher James Bulmer, Jack Leo Coxon, Leo Anthony Coxon, David James Crabtree, Harry Crabtree, Derek Dempsey, Muriel Firth, Samuel Firth, Andrew Fletcher, Edmond Fletcher, John Fletcher, Peter Fletcher, Nellie Forster, Felix Winspear Greenwood, Peter Greenwood, Rupert Benedict Greenwood, Norman Hall, Peter Anthony Halliday, Arthur Hartley, Edith Hindle, Frederick Hindle, Moira Helen Hodgson, Eric Hudson, John Hughes, John Hutton, Walter Kerr, Peter Charles Lovell, Jack Ludlam, Gordon Stuart McPherson, Irene McPherson, Roy Mason, Frederick Norman Middleton, Harold Mitchell, Elizabeth Muhl, Ernest Normington, Gerald Priestley Ormondroyd, Richard John Ormondroyd, Robert Ian Ormondroyd, Sylvia Lund Pollard, Herbert Price, Amanda Jayne Roberts, Jane Sampson, William Stacey, Craig Albert Stockman, Jane Ashley Stockman, Trevor John Stockman, Howard Malcolm Turner, Sarah Elizabeth Turner, Simon Neil Ward, Robert Wedgeworth, William James West, Adrian Mark Wright.  [Official list as released to the National Press]