Tomorrow's visit of Colchester United (3.00pm) will see the Bantams support Level Playing Field’s ‘Unite For Access’ campaign.
The annual campaign, now in its 19th 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 U's visit the University of Bradford Stadium, as part of the EFL's 'Together' month.
This year's theme, 'Unite For Access', focuses on raising awareness and driving equality for a more inclusive matchday experience for disabled sports fans.
Tomorrow's encounter will see members of Bradford City Disability Football Club welcome the two sets of players onto the field by waving flags as they walk out of the tunnel.
Players from the disability side will then take to the field again at the half-time break, to take penalties against the club's mascot, Billy Bantam.
City's first-team players will also warm up in dedicated Level Playing Field t-shirts ahead of the encounter.
For more information on Level Playing Field - and how you can support ‘Unite For Access’ - please CLICK HERE.
To secure your ticket for the clash, FOR JUST £5, please CLICK HERE BEFORE MIDNIGHT.