The Greatest Bradford City Kit Ever: The contenders

As well as the highs and lows on the field, Bradford City have had a mixed history when it comes to producing kits – but there are some that clearly stand out from the rest for the right reasons.

Some of City’s greatest moments are partly so memorable for the kits, as well as the football – so with that in mind, Bantams Heritage is launching the World Cup of Bradford City Kits! Over a period of two weeks on our Twitter (@BantamsHeritage), we’ll be asking you to whittle down 16 classic strips all nominated by you on Twitter – home and away – to just one: the best of all-time.

There are four groups of four; three featuring home kits and one exclusively for away/alternate shirts. Let the fun begin – here are your 16 contenders:

Group A (Retro)

  • 1984-85 home (Bradford Mythbreakers)
  • 1960-62 home (predominantly amber, thin claret stripes)
  • 1910-11 home (FA Cup winners)
  • 1975-77 home (white with C&A middle)

Group B (Home With a Twist)

  • 1996-97 home (Diamond Seal quadrants)
  • 1991-93 home (Freemans checkerboard)
  • 1993-94 home (Freemans.. random!)
  • 1977-78 home (amber with claret band)

Group C (Classics)

  • 1987-88 home (Bradford Great City!)
  • 1988-90 home (Grattan, C&A stripes)
  • 1995-96 home (Diamond Seal)
  • 1998-99 home (Beaver)

Group D (Away/Alternate)

  • 1998-99 away (Beaver white)
  • 1994-97 away (Diamond seal blue)
  • 2016-17 away (black w/diagonal C&A stripe)
  • 2012-13 away (gold ‘history makers’)

One thought on “The Greatest Bradford City Kit Ever: The contenders”

  1. No horizontal stripes History Makers kit? Slayers of Arsenal and Villa. League Cup finalists! Outrageous!

Leave a Reply