This weekend’s visit of Hartlepool United will be officially dedicated to Her Game Too.
The Monkey Hangers will visit the University of Bradford Stadium on Saturday March 18, following International Women’s Day on Wednesday March 8, with action set to get underway from the earlier time of 1.00pm.
And the fixture will act as City’s annual game in aid of the cause, after an official partnership was struck last season.
On the day, the Bantams’ official Her Game Too ambassador, Dhriti - and advocates Laura and Ellie - will be found around Valley Parade, on hand to speak to supporters and take pictures with the club’s custom Her Game Too photo frame.
City’s players will warm-up in Her Game Too t-shirts before, at half-time, Dhriti is joined on the field by Hartlepool’s Her Game Too ambassador, Jill, for a discussion with stadium announcer Darren Harper about the continued work of the organisation.
The club's Her Game Too Ambassador, Dhriti Ahir, said: "By dedicating this weekend’s fixture against Hartlepool to Her Game Too, we are able to bring more awareness to the campaign and inform more fans both locally and nationally of our activity.
"The work being done with #HerGameToo is absolutely incredible. This is such a fantastic football club, and this initiative will help ensure all women feel comfortable supporting Bradford City."
The game comes after the club celebrated and documented the work of two female academy staff members, Leah and Olivia, as part of International Women’s Day last week.
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