The Bantams would like to see as many supporters as possible bring along their favourite City scarf with them this Saturday to hold aloft at the club's F.A Cup Quarter Final with Reading at the Coral Windows Stadium.
The club hopes to see numerous claret and amber scarves held up in the crowd to meet Phil Parkinson's men as they enter the pitch at the start of the first and second half of the eagerly-anticipated last-eight tie.
The aim is to try and recreate the carnival atmosphere that helped Parkinson's side defeat Premier League side Sunderland at Valley Parade in the previous round.
In a bid to help create a sea of claret and amber in the ground on Saturday, the club have produced a selection of giant City scarfs which will be draped across the stands at the Coral Windows Stadium.
City chief operating officer, James Mason said: "We want to create a scarf parade.
"We would like to see every City fan coming to the game on Saturday to bring their own club scarf."