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Fixture News


3 July 2014

The football club have now received confirmation of City's Youth Alliance fixtures for the forthcoming 2014/2015 season.

City will begin their Youth Alliance campaign at home to Hull City on Saturday 9 August 2014 - the same day that Phil Parkinson's senior side start their Sky Bet League 1 season against Coventry City at the Coral Windows Stadium.

The Bantams will head into the new season as defending North-East division champions having secured the title earlier this year with three games to spare.

Unless stated elsewhere, all City youth team home matches will continue to be played at the club's Apperley Bridge training ground. Matches will also normally kick off at 11:00am.

City's fixtures, which are subject to change, will be as below:

Sat 9 AugHull CityH
Sat 16 AugLincoln CityA
Sat 23 AugMansfield TownH
Sat 30 Aug
Sat 6 SepYork CityA
Sat 13 SepScunthorpe UnitedH
Sat 27 SepGrimsby TownA
Sat 4 Oct
Sat 11 OctDoncaster RoversA
Sat 18 OctBurton AlbionH
Sat 25 OctHartlepool UnitedA
Sat 8 NovNotts CountyA
Sat 15 NovChesterfieldA
Sat 22 NovRotherham UnitedH
Sat 29 Nov
Sat 6 DecHull CityA
Sat 20 DecLincoln CityH
Sat 3 Jan Mansfield Town A
Sat 10 JanYork CityH
Sat 17 Jan
Sat 24 JanScunthorpe UnitedA
Sat 7 FebGrimsby TownH
Sat 14 FebDoncaster RoversH
Sat 21 FebBurton AlbionA
Sat 28 FebHartlepool UnitedH
Sat 21 MarNotts CountyH
Sat 4 AprRotherham UnitedA
Sat 11 AprChesterfieldH

The games in bold are home matches for City's youth team. The club's Youth Alliance fixture list can also be viewed by clicking HERE.

Like Parkinson's first team squad, City's apprentices, who are named below, returned to pre-season training this week to begin their preparations for the season ahead.

2014/2015 Apprentices

First years

Luca Mellor  
Kesi Omolokun  
Reece Webb-Foster  
Alexander McBurnie  
Sumali Cissa  
Daniel Devine  
Ross Kershaw  
Chandler Hallwood  
Giovanni Landu  
Jack Waters

Second years

James Pollard

Sam Wright

Callum Chippendale

Elliott Barker

James King

Dylan Mottley-Henry

Joe Brennan

Rhys Jenkinson

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