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Bradford City

Womens Football Club

Who Are They ?

Bradford City Women's Football Club provides opportunities for women and girls of all ages to train and play football at the highest possible level in the English football leagues.

We are one of the biggest women's football clubs in the area and welcome players of all ages and ability. The club is run by a willing band of unpaid volunteers.

The club play under the name of Bradford City Women's Football Club, although we are financially independent from Bradford City AFC.

We have to raise all our own funds to enable the players to train and play at the very top of their chosen sport, whilst each player pays to play and has to combine working in their normal day to day jobs or studies, with the considerable demands of training twice a week & playing on a Sunday all over the country.



1988: Bradford City Women's Football Club is formed after linking up with local youth centres already involved in training girls.


1989: The Club becomes a founding members of the Yorkshire and Humberside Women's League, winning promotion from Division Two, runners up in the Yorkshire Plate and reaching the semi-finals of the knockout cup.


1996: The First Team are Yorkshire and Humberside WFL Champions as well as Knockout & Yorkshire Cup Winners. The Under 16s play at Wembley as a curtain raiser to Bradford City's play off final win.


1997: Bradford City WFC are promoted to the FA Women's Premier League after finishing the season as Northern Division Champions.


1998: The first team reach the FA Cup Quarter Finals and Premier League Cup Semi Finals.


1999: The club are relegated from the FA Women's Premier League.


2006: Fortunes improve as the club win the County Cup and finish runners up in the North East Premier League.


2007: The club finish as champions in the North East Premier League, runners-up in the League Cup and semi-finalists in the County Cup.


2008: The 'A Team' finish as West Riding Premier League Champions, League Cup Winners and win the Bradford City FC Memorial Tournament.


2009: The 'A Team' achieve back to back promotions, finishing top of the North East Regional League. The U15s are Division 1 Champions and League Cup Winners.


2010: The U16s are County Cup champions and League Cup winners. They also finish runners up in the league. The U14s are league & Shield winners.


2011: The First Team reach the County Cup Semi Finals.


2012: The First Team finish runners up in the County Cup. The U16s finish runners up in the League Cup and reach the semi-finals of the County Cup.


2013: The club are promoted back to the Northern Women's Premier League. Bradford City Women's junior sides are re-launched, with the club achieving Charter Standard status throughout.​


2014: The First Team lift the County Cup for the first time since 2006, beating local rivals Leeds in the final. The reserves win the League Cup, beating Cardiff on penalties. The A Team win the league with a 100 per cent record, gaining promotion, and are runners-up in the Shield.​


2015: The First Team retain their County Cup, beating Farsley in the final, and reach the Fourth Round of the FA Women's Cup. The reserves do the league and cup double. The A Team are Shield finalists again and also win the league again, gaining their second promotion in two years.​


2016: The County Cup is retained again, as the first team beat Leeds to win it for a third year running. The reserves are League Cup finalists and the A Team are League Cup winners.​


2017: Steve Winterburn leaves his role as first team manager after 10 years at the club, and captain Charlotte Stuart becomes player-manager. She guides City to their fourth successive County Cup title victory in her debut season in the dugout. Four junior teams reach cup finals too, with both the U10s and U13s winning the West Riding Girls Football League Cup.


2018: City were runners up in the County Cup loosing 2-1 to local rivals Guiseley Vixens.

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