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29 May 2017

City supporters will have to travel a total of 6,192* miles supporting Stuart McCall's Bantams next season.

Following Blackpool's victory over Exeter City in the Sky Bet League Two Play-Off Final on Sunday, City now know their full schedule of opponents for the 2017/2018 campaign.

Newly-promoted duo, Plymouth Argyle and Portsmouth, will be the Bantams' two longests trips of the season in League One.

The other five of City's new opponents in the forthcoming campaign - Blackpool, Rotherham United, Wigan Athletic, Doncaster Rovers and Blackburn Rovers - are under 200 hundred miles away for the round trip, however.

Visits to Oldham Athletic and Rochdale will remain City's nearest away league matches for the new season.

City supporters following the Bantams last season (2016/2017 campaign) will have travelled approximately 6,002 * miles to watch McCall's men in action away from home during the regular league campaign.

Crunching the numbers this time around, however, Bradford followers are scheduled to rack up 190 * more motorway miles next season as they travel up and down the country cheering on the lads.

* Mileage taken directly from the Northern Commercials Stadium to the visitIng ground. Mileage figures also includes return journeys.

Opponents Mileage Return (total)
Plymouth Argyle 330 660
Portsmouth 267 534
Gillingham 245 490
Southend United 237 474
AFC Wimbledon 228 456
Charlton Athletic 213 426
Bristol Rovers 210 420
Oxford United 193 386
Milton Keynes Dons 159 318
Northampton Town 139 278
Peterborough United 127 254
Walsall 120 240
Shrewsbury Town 111 222
Fleetwood Town 85 170
Blackpool 80 160
Wigan Athletic 61 122
Scunthorpe United 60 120
Doncaster Rovers 46 92
Rotherham United 43 86
Blackburn Rovers 42 84
Bury 38 76
Oldham Athletic 31 62
Rochdale 31 62
TOTAL 3,096 6,192

Teams in bold are new to League One for next season.

City's 2017/2018 Sky Bet League One fixture is schedueld to be released on Wednesday 21 June 2017.

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