The Bantams' iconic 1993/94 Admiral home shirt is set to feature in a new exhibition at the National Football Museum.
The kit - sponsored by Freemans - was donned by the likes of Paul Jewell, Dean Richards, Lee Sinnott, Lee Duxbury and Michael Duxbury.
It will appear in the 'STRIP! How Football Got Shirty' exhibition at the Manchester museum, which is set to open next Friday (November 26).
City's bold claret and amber strip will be displayed in the 'Bold and the Brave' section of the exhibition which will celebrate iconic strips of the 1980s and 90s.
The museum’s latest exhibition unpicks the global fascination with football shirts and how they have influenced football culture, design, fashion and technology.
With over 200 shirts on display, 'STRIP!' is one of the largest curated exhibitions of football shirts ever assembled in England.
Other shirts on display include England's home Umbro design worn by the Three Lions at Italia '90, Brazil’s classic 1970 World Cup jersey and West Germany’s 1988-1990 home number.
The National Football Museum’s lead curator for the exhibition, Jon Sutton, said: "Football shirt culture has become a huge phenomenon and has devotees across the world.
"We are sure this exhibition will appeal to anyone with an interest in design, fashion and technology."
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