Featuring in-depth interviews with the likes of then-manager Phil Parkinson and assistant Steve Parkin, captain Gary Jones, and key players including Rory McArdle, James Hanson, Nahki Wells and more, this feature-length production tells the story of City's unforgettable, history-making 2012/13 season, 10 years on.
Through 106 minutes, the film recounts key moments from throughout the campaign, including a section on each round of the League Cup campaign, where the Bantams became only the second-ever fourth-tier side to reach the final.
The documentary then goes on to review the final few months of the League Two term, where City surged towards the play-offs, eventually securing promotion to League One with a 3-0 victory over Northampton Town, on their second visit to the national stadium in just three months.
Having first been premiered at the Pictureville Cinema, Bradford, in July 2023, the club's first-ever in-house documentary production is now available for rental exclusively on Vimeo. Once purchased for £5.50, each supporter will be able to watch the documentary as many times as they like during their three-day rental period.
And, after raising over £18,000 for the Darby Rimmer MND Foundation through the Claret and Amber Ramble earlier this year, and recently announcing further fundraising efforts through next year's March of the Day, the club is pleased to confirm that proceeds from this production will be donated to the Darby Rimmer MND Foundation, set up by City legend and key member of the 2012/13 squad Stephen Darby, following his motor neurone disease diagnosis in 2018.
To rent '2013: When History Was Made' for three days (£5.50) now, please visit our official Vimeo OTT site, by CLICKING HERE.