Bradford City FC


Bradford City Association Football Club—also known informally as Bradford City—are an English football club founded in Bradford in 1903 to introduce the sport to the West Riding of Yorkshire, which until then had been almost entirely inclined towards rugby league. Before they had even played their first game, City were elected to The Football League to replace Doncaster Rovers in Division Two, and took over the Valley Parade stadium, which has been their permanent home ground ever since. Bradford City is the only professional football club in England to wear claret and amber. The club colours were inherited from Manningham FC, when the club converted to football upon Bradford City's foundation in 1903.

On 24 January 2015, Bradford City caused an upset by beating Premiership-leaders Chelsea 4–2 away in the FA Cup. The victory sent Bradford through to the fifth round for the first time in 18 years.They beat Sunderland, another Premier League club, 2–0 at home in the next round on 15 February 2015.The club then faced Reading F.C. at home in the Quarter Finals, a match which resulted in a goalless draw. The replay was played on 16 March 2015 at the Madjeski Stadium, a game which resulted in Bradford being knocked out of the competition.

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