Bradford City AFC

The following features have been published on VINCIT about Bradford City AFC:

The history of the BCAFC match day programme by John Dewhirst

BCAFC reminiscences  Part One by Ian Hemmens

BCAFC reminiscences Part Two by Ian Hemmens

Thomas Paton – the forgotten man of 1911 by Kieran Wilkinson

The Wheeler Years by Ian Hemmens

Bradford City’s record breaking championship season, 1928/29  by John Dewhirst

The Valley Parade riot of 1906 by Ian Hemmens

John Nunn, Bradford physical aesthete and BCAFC founding member  by John Dewhirst

The signing of Bert Whitehurst  by Ian Hemmens

The myth that the City – Avenue rivalry was based on class politics by John Dewhirst

 The story of George Chaplin  by Ian Hemmens

 Memories of supporting the Bantams  by Stephen Whitrick

The story of the Belle Vue Hotel, a nineteenth century pub adopted as a sports headquarters in Bradford  by John Dewhirst

To be City or Avenue   by Reg Nelson

What’s in a name? Semantics about Bradford City and Park Avenue by John Dewhirst

The Worst of Times for BCAFC   by Ian Hemmens

Fatty Foulke   by Ian Hemmens

 Abe Rosenthal   by Ian Hemmens

 1916 Remembered  by Richard Wardell

Bradford City 1978-2004   by Jim Greenhalf

 A Decade to Forget, 1950s Bradford football  by Dave Welbourne

1939/40: the lost season   by Ian Hemmens

Bradford City crests, identity and colours…

If you are looking for detail about the history of crests and nicknames associated with Bradford City AFC, as well as the club colours Follow this link to the WOOL CITY RIVALS blog of John Dewhirst. You will also find archive images and details about the origins and historic development of Valley Parade.