An online fans’ forum featuring City manager Stuart McCall and the club's director of communications, Ryan Sparks, will be held later this month.
Taking place via Zoom from 7.00pm on Monday July 27, the forum will be hosted by BBC Radio Leeds.
Over the course of the evening, supporters’ questions will be put to the Bantams officials - covering all things Bradford City!
The forum will be broadcast live across City's YouTube channel, allowing anyone to tune in and get the lowdown on club matters ahead of the 2020/21 season.
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Sparks said: “Similarly to last year, we had initially planned to stage multiple fans’ forums over the summer - at various locations.
“However, given social-distancing restrictions, we have made the decision - in conjunction with BBC Radio Leeds - to stage an interactive forum.
“We are committed to maintaining a clear line of communication with our supporters and this event, be it a slightly unique one, will provide an opportunity for City fans to reach out and have their say ahead of what is a very important season for our club.
“By the end of this month, we expect full clarity from the EFL in terms of what next season will look like, and its likely start date.
“This forum will take place in and around further talks regarding the possible introduction of the proposed salary cap. We hope to be able to bring supporters up to date on all subjects, including this important matter.
“Stuart is really looking forward to the event, and will be able to discuss all things pre-season, recruitment and football.
“We kindly ask supporters to e-mail questions to email@example.com in order for us to get through as many as we can, on the night. If time allows, we will take questions via the comments section on YouTube.”
BBC Radio Leeds sports editor Jonathan Buchan added: “This is a fantastic opportunity for City supporters to put important matters to those in charge at the club.
“No topics are off the table so get your questions e-mailed in over the coming weeks.
“Everyone is really looking forward to the event and, even if you cannot tune in on the night, you will still be able to listen to it back on BBC Radio Leeds.”