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2 January 2015

BBC Sport is once again asking City supporters to share their FA Cup experiences this weekend by capturing magical moments from the third round.

Fans for teams still in the F.A Cup, including the Bantams, are requested to upload pictures and videos to social media, chronicling their journeys to and from matches, using the hashtag #getcarriedaway, to join in.

The Bantams travel to Championship side Millwall in the third round this Saturday (3 January 2015).

The best of the content sent in will be used across the BBC’s FA Cup coverage this weekend and may be featured across a range of broadcast, website and social media coverage; whether that’s pictures and videos on a supporters’ bus, in the pub singing songs, celebrating victories on and off the pitch, or recreating some of the action on a local park pitch.

The third round tie between 2014 FA Cup finalists Arsenal and Hull will be live on BBC One and at on Sunday. Gary Lineker will host Match of the Day Live from Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium from 5.20pm.

On Monday BBC Sport heads to AFC Wimbledon as they take on seven-time FA Cup winners Liverpool, live on BBC One at 7.30pm.

As part of the BBC's weekend of third round coverage, Football Focus will come live from Blyth Spartans on Saturday before the Conference Premier side's home tie against Championship side Birmingham.

Other programmes to look out for include Jason Mohammad presenting FA Cup editions of Final Score on BBC Red Button and BBC One on Saturday and Sunday as 27 third-round matches take place, before Match of the Day FA Cup highlights later in the evenings.

You will be able to follow the Fourth Round draw as part of the AFC Wimbledon vs Liverpool coverage on Monday at 7.30pm on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live and via the BBC Sport website.

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