Saturday's visit of Newport County (March 26, 3.00pm) will see the Bantams support Level Playing Field’s ‘Weeks of Action’ campaign.
The annual campaign, now in its 18th year, is an period of inspiration and celebration of good access and inclusion at sports venues, aiming to promote a positive, inclusive experience for disabled sports fans.
And the Bantams will support the campaign when the Exiles visit the Utilita Energy Stadium in four days’ time.
To celebrate this year's theme of the return of fans, Saturday's encounter will see members of Bradford City Disability Football Club welcomed onto the field at half-time.
For the first time in two years, since before the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the club's under-12s disabled players will face off against each other in two small-sided games on the Valley Parade turf, before parading recently-won South Yorkshire Ability Counts Divisional Cup trophies in front of The Kop.
City's first-team players will also warm up in dedicated Level Playing Field t-shirts ahead of the encounter.
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