Bradford City AFC

If you are looking to travel to watch your club play Bradford City, you will thrive off the atmosphere at Valley Parade.

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Bradford City FC is a professional football club that play in League Two which is the fourth tier of English Football. Managed by Mark Hughes the club are pushing towards play offs to get promoted to League One

In our Bradford City Football Club, we provide you with all the information regarding the squad, upcoming fixtures and results to the heritage of Bradford City Football Club.

Bradford City AFC Registered Squad

Here is a list of the registered squad for Bradford City AFC 2024:

Goal Keepers

Sam Walker20 (0)000
Colin Doyle6 (0)020
William Huffer
Heath Richardson
Joseph O’Shaughnessy
Zac Hadi


Liam Ridehalgh27 (8)150
Matthew Platt38 (5)3110
Clark Oduor25 (14)420
Daniel Oyegoke18 (10)061
Lewis Richards25 (5)130
Sam Stubbs29 (4)160
Jorge Sikora
Jonathan Tomkinson22 (6)070


Brad Halliday49 (3)490
Ash Taylor14 (2)031
Richard Smallwood48 (3)1140
Alex Pattison8 (5)330
Jamie Walker32 (4)9101
Alex Gilliead38 (9)370
Harrison Chapman7 (12)140
Hope Akpan
Kevin McDonald14 (9)080
Adam Wilson4 (11)110
Charlie Wood
Oliver Suklenicki
Thierry Nevers
Ciaran Kelly40 (3)190
Tyreik Wright11 (4)250
Chisom Afoka4 (1)010

Attacking Midfielders

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Gareth Evans


Lee Novak
Tyler Smith25 (21)1210
Billy Clarke
Tom Elliott
Matt Derbyshire1 (8)000
Bobby Pointon19 (12)420
Jake Young2 (2)000
Andy Cook45 (3)1951
Calum Kavanagh12 (4)530
Connor Morris
Rayhaan Tulloch3 (7)110

Bradford City AFC Upcoming Fixtures

Bradford City AFC Previous Results

05 Aug 2023Crawley Town v Bradford CityL1-0League Two
08 Aug 2023Accrington Stanley v Bradford CityW1-1 (1-4)League Cup
12 Aug 2023Bradford City v Colchester UnitedW2-1League Two
15 Aug 2023Stockport County v Bradford CityD1-1League Two
19 Aug 2023Morecambe v Bradford CityL3-0League Two
26 Aug 2023Bradford City v Crewe AlexandraW1-0League Two
29 Aug 2023Wrexham v Bradford CityW1-1 (3-4)League Cup
02 Sep 2023Mansfield Town v Bradford CityD0-0League Two
09 Sep 2023Bradford City v Grimsby TownD1-1League Two
16 Sep 2023Bradford City v Harrogate TownD1-1League Two
23 Sep 2023Newport County v Bradford CityW1-4League Two
26 Sep 2023Bradford City v MiddlesbroughL0-2League Cup
30 Sep 2023Bradford City v WalsallL1-3League Two
03 Oct 2023Tranmere Rovers v Bradford CityL2-1League Two
07 Oct 2023Bradford City v Swindon TownW1-0League Two
10 Oct 2023Grimsby Town v Bradford CityW1-2Football League Trophy
14 Oct 2023AFC Wimbledon v Bradford CityW0-1League Two
21 Oct 2023Bradford City v WrexhamD1-1League Two
24 Oct 2023Milton Keynes Dons v Bradford CityL4-1League Two
28 Oct 2023Sutton United v Bradford CityL2-1League Two
31 Oct 2023Bradford City v Manchester City AcademyW3-0Football League Trophy
04 Nov 2023Bradford City v Wycombe WanderersL1-2FA Cup
11 Nov 2023Bradford City v BarrowL1-2League Two
18 Nov 2023Notts County v Bradford CityL4-2League Two
21 Nov 2023Bradford City v BarnsleyW5-1Football League Trophy
25 Nov 2023Bradford City v Accrington StanleyW1-0League Two
28 Nov 2023Forest Green Rovers v Bradford CityW0-3League Two
05 Dec 2023Bradford City v Liverpool AcademyW4-0Football League Trophy
16 Dec 2023Gillingham v Bradford CityW0-2League Two
22 Dec 2023Doncaster Rovers v Bradford CityW1-3League Two
26 Dec 2023Bradford City v MorecambeD2-2League Two
29 Dec 2023Bradford City v Stockport CountyD0-0League Two
01 Jan 2024Crewe Alexandra v Bradford CityL1-0League Two
06 Jan 2024Bradford City v Crawley TownL2-4League Two
09 Jan 2024Derby County v Bradford CityW0-1Football League Trophy
13 Jan 2024Colchester United v Bradford CityD1-1League Two
23 Jan 2024Bradford City v Salford CityD1-1League Two
27 Jan 2024Swindon Town v Bradford CityL2-0League Two
30 Jan 2024Bradford City v Doncaster RoversW1-0Football League Trophy
03 Feb 2024Bradford City v AFC WimbledonD0-0League Two
10 Feb 2024Wrexham v Bradford CityW0-1League Two
13 Feb 2024Bradford City v Milton Keynes DonsW4-0League Two
17 Feb 2024Bradford City v Sutton UnitedW1-0League Two
21 Feb 2024Bradford City v Wycombe WanderersL0-1Football League Trophy
05 Mar 2024Bradford City v Doncaster RoversD1-1League Two
09 Mar 2024Accrington Stanley v Bradford CityW0-3League Two
12 Mar 2024Bradford City v Forest Green RoversL0-2League Two
16 Mar 2024Bradford City v Mansfield TownL1-5League Two
19 Mar 2024Bradford City v Notts CountyL0-3League Two
23 Mar 2024Harrogate Town v Bradford CityL3-0League Two
29 Mar 2024Bradford City v Tranmere RoversW2-0League Two
01 Apr 2024Grimsby Town v Bradford CityD1-1League Two
06 Apr 2024Bradford City v GillinghamW1-0League Two
13 Apr 2024Salford City v Bradford CityW1-2League Two
20 Apr 2024Walsall v Bradford CityW2-3League Two
23 Apr 2024Barrow v Bradford CityW1-2League Two
27 Apr 2024Bradford City v Newport CountyW4-1League Two

Popular Questions

When was Bradford City Football Club founded?

Bradford City Football Club was founded in 1903, following the merger of two local clubs, Bradford FC and Manningham FC. The club played its first competitive match in the Football League in 1903, and has since gone on to become a prominent team in English football.

What are some of Bradford City’s greatest achievements?

One of Bradford City’s greatest achievements came in 1911, when they won the FA Cup, becoming the first team from the third tier of English football to do so. The club has also enjoyed success in the League Cup, reaching the final in 2013, and has won several lower-league titles throughout its history. Additionally, Bradford City has a strong tradition of producing talented young players, many of whom have gone on to have successful careers in the top tiers of English football.

What is Bradford City’s home stadium?

Bradford City’s home stadium is the Utilita Energy Stadium, which is located in the city of Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. The stadium has a capacity of over 25,000 spectators and has been the club’s home since 1903. The stadium has undergone several renovations over the years, including a major redevelopment in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and is known for its lively atmosphere and passionate support.

Manager History

06/11/2023 – 30/06/2026Graham AlexanderScotland10/10/1971
01/11/2023 – 05/11/2023Mark TruemanEngland07/02/1987
05/10/2023 – 31/10/2023Kevin McDonaldScotland04/11/1988
24/02/2022 – 04/10/2023Mark HughesWales01/11/1963
16/02/2022 – 23/02/2022Mark TruemanEngland07/02/1987
01/07/2021 – 15/02/2022Derek AdamsScotland25/06/1975
14/12/2020 – 30/06/2021Conor SellarsEngland15/02/1992
14/12/2020 – 30/06/2021Mark TruemanEngland07/02/1987
04/02/2020 – 13/12/2020Stuart McCallScotland10/06/1964
04/03/2019 – 03/02/2020Gary BowyerEngland26/06/1971
25/02/2019 – 03/03/2019Martin DruryEngland10/04/1986
04/09/2018 – 24/02/2019David HopkinScotland21/08/1970
01/07/2018 – 03/09/2018Michael CollinsIreland30/04/1986
11/02/2018 – 30/06/2018Simon GraysonEngland16/12/1969
08/02/2018 – 10/02/2018Greg AbbottEngland14/12/1963
01/07/2016 – 05/02/2018Stuart McCallScotland10/06/1964
28/08/2011 – 30/06/2016Phil ParkinsonEngland01/12/1967
27/02/2011 – 25/08/2011Peter JacksonEngland06/04/1961
01/07/2010 – 24/02/2011Peter TaylorEngland03/01/1953
22/05/2007 – 30/06/2010Stuart McCallScotland10/06/1964
17/02/2007 – 30/06/2007David WetherallEngland14/03/1971
01/07/2004 – 12/02/2007Colin ToddEngland12/12/1948
20/11/2000 – 24/12/2001Jim JefferiesScotland22/11/1950
07/11/2000 – 19/11/2000Stuart McCallScotland10/06/1964
01/07/2000 – 06/11/2000Chris HutchingsEngland05/07/1957
07/01/1998 – 30/06/2000Paul JewellEngland28/09/1964
28/11/1995 – 06/01/1998Chris KamaraEngland25/12/1957
01/07/1994 – 27/11/1995Lennie LawrenceEngland12/12/1947
12/11/1991 – 30/06/1994Frank StapletonIreland10/07/1956
01/03/1990 – 11/11/1991John DochertyScotland29/04/1940
01/07/1989 – 30/06/1990Terry YorathWales27/03/1950
05/01/1987 – 30/01/1989Terence DolanEngland11/06/1950
01/07/1982 – 05/01/1987Trevor CherryEngland23/02/1948
01/07/1981 – 30/06/1982Roy McFarlandEngland05/04/1948
01/11/1978 – 30/06/1981George MulhallScotland08/05/1936
01/02/1978 – 31/10/1978John NapierNorthern Ireland23/09/1946
01/11/1971 – 31/01/1975Bryan EdwardsEngland27/10/1930
01/07/1969 – 30/06/1971Bobby KennedyScotland23/06/1937
01/07/1961 – 30/09/1964Bob BrocklebankEngland08/04/1908
01/07/1952 – 31/01/1955Ivor PowellWales05/07/1916
01/11/1950 – 28/02/1954Peter JacksonEngland04/08/1905
01/07/1948 – 30/06/1952David SteeleScotland29/06/1894
01/02/1947 – 30/06/1948Jack MilburnEngland18/03/1908
01/07/1946 – 31/01/1947Jack BarkerEngland27/02/1906
01/07/1935 – 30/06/1938Dick RayEngland04/02/1876
01/07/1928 – 30/06/1935George LivingstoneScotland05/05/1876
01/07/1928 – 30/06/1930Peter O’RourkeScotland22/09/1874
01/07/1921 – 30/06/1926David MenziesScotland
01/07/1905 – 30/06/1921Peter O’RourkeScotland22/09/1874
01/07/1903 – 31/10/1905Robert CampbellScotland

Bradford City AFC Trophies

League Division TwoChampion1907-08
FA CupWinner1910-11
Division Three (North)Champion1928-29
League Division FourRunner-up1981-82
League Division ThreeChampion1984-85
League Division 1Runner-up1998-99
Football League CupRunner-up2012-13


Bradford Football Club was founded in 1903 as an association football club in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. The club played their home matches at Valley Parade and enjoyed success in the early years of their existence, winning the Second Division title in 1908 and reaching the FA Cup final in 1911.

Throughout their history, Bradford has had a reputation for playing attacking and entertaining football. The club’s style of play is characterized by quick passing, fluid movement, and a commitment to attacking play. This approach has earned them a loyal fanbase and a reputation as one of the most exciting teams in English football.

In recent years, Bradford has faced some difficult times, including a period of financial instability that saw the club fall into administration. However, under the guidance of current manager Derek Adams, the team has shown signs of improvement and is working towards a bright future.

Overall, Bradford Football Club has a proud history and a distinctive style of play that has earned them a place in the hearts of football fans around the world.

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