'Hatters, Railwaymen and Knitters' is a book that looks into the history of English football and how it has helped to shape the landscape of various towns and cities throughout the country.
Author Daniel Gray, who visited various ground up and down England to research and collect stories, will be on hand this Saturday to discuss the sections of the book where Bradford City is mentioned and to sign copies for supporters.
The book has won plaudits from the likes of David Conn from The Guardian and The Times' Oliver Kay. This free event, which has been set up by supporter group Friends of Bradford City, will take place between 12:30pm and 2:00pm before the Wolves game.
The One in a Million cafe is located above the One in a Million free school, which is situated opposite to the Bantams Ticket Office.