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Bradford City vs Middlesbrough tips and predictions 21 hours ago — Bradford City v Middlesbrough tips, predictions, statistics and verdicts. Our expert free picks have returned over £8000 profit (£10 stakes) ... Bradford City vs Middlesbrough Prediction, Lineups & Odds 10 hours ago — To use the Bookmaker Live Streaming services you will need to be logged in and have a funded account or to have placed a bet in the last 24 ... Bradford City A. F. C. - WikipediaThis article is about men's football team. For women’s team, see Bradford City W. C. "Bradford City" redirects here. For the city itself, see Bradford. "BCAFC" redirects here. For others football clubs with the same initials, see BCFC (disambiguation). Bradford CityFull nameBradford City Association Football ClubNickname(s)The BantamsThe ParadersThe CitizensFounded1903; 120 years agoGroundValley ParadeCapacity25, 136Coordinates53°48′15″N 001°45′32″W / 53. 80417°N 1. 75889°WChairmanStefan RuppManagerMark HughesLeagueEFL League Two2022–23EFL League Two, 6th of 24WebsiteClub website Home colours Away colours Current season Bradford City Association Football Club is an English professional football club in Bradford, West Yorkshire. The team competes in League Two, the fourth tier of the English football league system and is managed by Mark Hughes. Instead in 1936–37, the club were relegated back to the Third Division (North). [16] City won their third piece of silverware two seasons later, when they lifted the Third Division North Challenge Cup, but they were unable to defend the trophy because competitive football was suspended for the Second World War. [17] After the war, City went through two managers in the first two seasons, [18] and were consistently in the bottom half of the Third Division (North) table until 1955–56. Retrieved 18 May 2013. ^ Chelsea 2 – Bradford City 4 Archived 6 April 2015 at the Wayback Machine, BBC Sport 24 January 2015 ^ "Bradford 2–0 Sunderland". Archived from the original on 23 January 2016. Retrieved 13 February 2018. ^ FA Cup: Reading 3–0 Bradford City highlights Archived 22 August 2016 at the Wayback Machine, BBC Sport, 16 March 2015 ^ Reading 3 – Bradford 0 Archived 10 May 2017 at the Wayback Machine, BBC Sport, 16 March 2015 ^ "Coventry City 2–0 Bradford City: Bantams relegated from League One". 19 April 2019. Retrieved 21 April 2019. ^ "US crypto group offers to buy Bradford". BBC Sport. Bradford City vs Middlesbrough 2023-09-26 : EFL Cup. Bradford City. 23:48:57. Middlesbrough. Middlesbrough. Live Streams. Live Streams. Links will appear around 60 mins prior to kick-off. Bradford City Association Football Club were formed without having played a game, taking over Manningham's colours of claret and amber, and their Valley Parade ground. [2] Robert Campbell was appointed the club's first manager and with the help of the new committee, he assembled a playing squad at the cost of £917 10s 0d. [3][4] City's first game was a 2–0 defeat at Grimsby Town on 1 September 1903, [5] six days before their first home game attracted 11, 000 fans. ^ "Bradford City's historic win 'worth £1m'". BBC News. 23 January 2013. Archived from the original on 25 January 2013. Retrieved 30 January 2013. ^ Doyle, Paul (18 May 2013). "Bradford City smash Northampton Town in half an hour in play-off final". The Guardian. Archived from the original on 19 October 2014. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Stuart McCall leaves Bradford City". 8 February 2010. Archived from the original on 11 February 2010. Retrieved 8 February 2010. ^ "Palmetto FC Bantams Join PDL". United Soccer Leagues. 8 September 2011. Archived from the original on 4 November 2013. ^ "Bantams battered by Swans". ESPN. 25 February 2013. Archived from the original on 27 February 2013. Retrieved 26 February 2013. [68] The club's crest combines a series of logos from over the years. In 1974, City adopted a contemporary style crest incorporating the club's initials, with a B-C logo. At the time, the new logo maintained the previous nickname of the Paraders. By December 1981, the club relaunched the Bantams as the official identity with a bantam on the new crest. The crest maintains the club colours and also includes the words The Bantams. Nickname[edit] Bradford City have had a number of nicknames during their history. [46] Former player Stuart McCall was appointed the new manager, [47] and although he said anything less than promotion would be a failure, [48] he finally led the team to a 10th-place finish. [49][50] McCall eventually left Bradford City on 8 February 2010 following a board meeting after a run of poor results. [51] In September 2011, the club became linked with American amateur side SC United Bantams. [53] The run to the final is thought to have been worth at least £1. 3 million to the club, with joint chairman Mark Lawn stating that the final itself could be worth an additional £1 million, taking the club's total earnings to £2. 3 million during their cup campaign. [54] On 18 May 2013, the club returned to Wembley where they defeated Northampton Town 3–0 in the League Two play-off final to secure a place in League One for 2013–14. [72][75] However, twice during the next decade, the club's Midland Road stand had to be demolished. Club officials first closed part of the stand in 1952, as a result of the Burnden Park disaster six years earlier. Its frame was sold to Berwick Rangers and a replacement stand built in 1954. [74] Six years later, the new stand was itself demolished, and Valley Parade remained a three-sided ground until 1966, when the pitch was moved, and a new stand built. [76] The Bradford End of Valley Parade, which was the first to be redeveloped after the ground reopened in 1986 On 11 May 1985, Valley Parade was the scene of a fatal fire, during which 56 supporters were killed and at least 265 were injured. The game was the final match of the 1984–85 season, before which City were presented with the Third Division championship trophy. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Bradford swoop for Collymore". 26 October 2000. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Bradford sack Hutchings". 6 November 2000. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Jefferies is new Bradford manager". 20 November 2000. Archived from the original on 7 April 2003. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Jefferies upbeat in defeat". 29 April 2001. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Bradford City in administration". 16 May 2002. Archived from the original on 20 May 2004. Retrieved 13 May 2008. ^ "Bantams in administration". 27 February 2004. Archived from the original on 2 July 2004. Retrieved 13 May 2008. Bradford City v Middlesbrough: Kick-off time, TV, tickets 7 hours ago — It will also be available live and on-demand via ITVX. There is no domestic streaming of matches in the Carabao Cup.

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