List of Bradford City A.F.C. records and statistics

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These are a list of player and club records for Bradford City Association Football Club.

Honours[edit]

Player records[edit]

Youngest and oldest[edit]

Most appearances[edit]

Peter Jackson, who is eighth on the list of appearances for Bradford City with 336 appearances in two spells.

The following players have played more than 300 league appearances for Bradford City.

Name Nation Apps Career Notes
1 Ces Podd  Saint Kitts and Nevis 502 1970–1984 [5]
2 Ian Cooper  England 443 1965–1977 [6]
3 John Hall  England 430 1962–1974 [7]
4 Bruce Stowell  England 401 1960–1972 [8]
5 Stuart McCall  Scotland 395 1982–1988, 1998–2002 [9]
6 George Robinson  England 343 1903–1915 [10]
7 Charlie Moore  England 339 1926–1939 [11]
8 Peter Jackson  England 336 1979–1986, 1988–1990 [12]
9 Billy Watson  Scotland 330 1921–1930 [13]
10 Wayne Jacobs  England 318 1994–2005 [14]
11 Gavin Oliver  England 330 1985–1994 [15]
12 David Wetherall  England 304 1999–2008 [16]
13 Dicky Bond  England 301 1909–1922 [17]

Goalscorers[edit]

Top goalscorers[edit]

The following players have scored more than 60 league goals for Bradford City.

Name Nation Goals Apps Avge[19] Career Notes
1 Bobby Campbell  Northern Ireland 121 274 0.44 1979–1983, 1983–1986 [20]
2 Frank O'Rourke  Scotland 88 192 0.46 1907–1914 [21]
3 Dean Windass  England 76 216 0.35 1999–2001, 2003–2007 [22]
4 John Hallows  England 74 164 0.45 1930–1936 [23]
5 Joe Cooke  Dominica 68 271 0.25 1971–1979, 1981–1984 [24]
6= Gerry Ingram  England 64 174 0.37 1971–1977 [25]
6= Bobby Ham  England 64 188 0.34 1967–1971, 1973–1975 [26]
6= David McNiven  Scotland 64 212 0.30 1978–1983 [27]
9= Sean McCarthy  Wales 63 131 0.48 1990–1994 [28]
9= John Hall  England 63 430 0.15 1962–1974 [7]
11 David Jackson  England 61 250 0.24 1955–1961 [29]
12= Bruce Bannister  England 60 208 0.29 1965–1971 [30]
12= Dicky Bond  England 60 301 0.20 1909–1922 [17]
12= James Hanson  England 60 210 0.20 2009– [17]

Transfers[edit]

Record transfer fees paid[edit]

The following players are all the players for whom Bradford City have paid at least £1 million.

# Name Fee Paid to Date Notes
1 Scotland Hopkin, DavidDavid Hopkin £2.5m Leeds United 6 July 2000 [31]
2 England Ward, AshleyAshley Ward £1.5m Blackburn Rovers 18 August 2000 [32]
3 England Wetherall, DavidDavid Wetherall £1.4m Leeds United 1 July 1999 [33]
4 England Rankin, IsaiahIsaiah Rankin £1.3m Arsenal 14 August 1998 [34]
5 England Mills, LeeLee Mills £1m Port Vale 7 August 1998 [34]
5 England Windass, DeanDean Windass £1m Oxford United 4 March 1999 [35]

Record transfer fees received[edit]

Andy O'Brien, who signed for Newcastle United in a record-breaking £2 million sale

Managerial records[edit]

Club records[edit]

Goals[edit]

Points[edit]

Matches[edit]

Firsts[edit]

Record victories[edit]

Record defeats[edit]

Record consecutive results[edit]

  • Record consecutive wins: 10 – (from 26 November 1983 to 3 February 1984.[1][50]
  • Record consecutive defeats: 8 – (21 January 1933 to 11 March 1933.[44][51]
  • Record consecutive games without a defeat: 21 – (from 11 January 1969 to 2 May 1969).[1][52]
  • Record consecutive games without a win: 16 – (from 28 August 1948 to 20 November 1948).[44][53]

Attendances[edit]

European record[edit]

Bradford City's record in European competitions is limited to the 2000 Intertoto Cup, for which they took England's second place.

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Notes
2000 UEFA Intertoto Cup 2R  Lithuania FK Atlantas 4–1 3–1 [55]
3R  Netherlands RKC Waalwijk 2–0 1–0 [56]
SF  Russia FC Zenit St. Petersburg 0–3 0–1 [57]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ The divisions were renamed in 1992 with the formation of the Premier League meaning Division Two became the new Division One
  3. ^ The divisions were renamed in 1992 with the formation of the Premier League meaning Division Three became the new Division Two
  4. ^ Frost, Terry (1988). Bradford City A Complete Record 1903–1988. Breedon Books Sport. pp. 355–356. ISBN 0-907969-38-0. 
  5. ^ Markham, David (2007). The legends of Bradford City. Breedon Books Sport. p. 154. ISBN 978-1-85983-572-2. 
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  8. ^ Markham. The legends of Bradford City. p. 182. 
  9. ^ Markham. The legends of Bradford City. p. 114. 
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  12. ^ Markham. The legends of Bradford City. p. 92. 
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  19. ^ Goals per game. Correct to two decimal places.
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  32. ^ "Ward agrees to Bradford switch". BBC Sport. 2000-08-18. Retrieved 2008-02-14. 
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  53. ^ Frost. Bradford City A Complete Record 1903–1988. p. 238. 
  54. ^ Frost. Bradford City A Complete Record 1903–1988. p. 374. 
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