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The chance of going back to Super League is irrelevant in that. The club has undergone four administrations, one liquidation and even as recently as last year found itself financially challenged, with unpaid pension payments among their misdemeanours during the ownership of Andrew Chalmers.
The majority stake of the club is now owned by the family of former RFL chief executive Nigel Wood, who, along with Sawyer, took on the club after its latest troubles.
But as I said when I got involved, all I can offer is to be judged on our actions as we move forward. Meanwhile, the Bulls have handed former England Youth International Reece Hamlett a chance to shine at first team level after agreeing a one-year deal.
They have also confirmed Billy Jowitt as the latest member of the Reserves squad that will stay with the club next year. Bradford's main rivalry was with Leeds ; they also had rivalries with Halifax and Huddersfield.
The club entered administration in ,  and again in and Due to the administration and liquidation, the club started the season with a point deduction.
With a few games left of the season, Bradford's relegation fears were confirmed and in they played in League One earning promotion back to the Championship after beating Workington Town on 7 October The original Bradford Football Club was formed in and played rugby football , subsequently joining the Rugby Football Union.
Initially the club played at Horton Cricket Ground, All Saints Road but were asked to leave because of damage to the pitch.
A nomadic existence continued as they then went on to Peel Park , then Girlington and Apperley Bridge. The club achieved its first major success by winning the Yorkshire Cup in After the season, Bradford along with other Yorkshire Senior clubs Batley, Brighouse, Dewsbury, Halifax, Huddersfield, Hull, Hunslet, Leeds, Liversedge, Manningham and Wakefield decided that they wanted their own county league starting in along the lines of a similar competition that had been played in Lancashire.
The clubs wanted full control of the league but the Yorkshire Rugby Football Union would not sanction the competition as it meant giving up control of rugby football to the senior clubs.
In , along with cross-town neighbours Manningham F. These 22 clubs formed the Northern Rugby Football Union which eventually became the Rugby Football League and rugby league football was born.
Bradford enjoyed some success in the new competition. In the —04 Northern Rugby Football Union season , the team finished level on points with Salford at the top of the league and then won the resulting play-off 5—0.
In —06 , Bradford beat Salford 5—0 to win the Challenge Cup and were runners-up in the Championship.
During this time Manningham F. Manningham was invited to join the Football League in , in an attempt to promote football in a rugby-dominated region, and the newly renamed Bradford City A.
The creation of Bradford City led to demands for association football at Park Avenue too. The ground had already hosted some football matches including one in the s between Blackburn Rovers and Blackburn Olympic F.
In , a Bradford side had beaten a team from Moss Side, Manchester, by 4—1 in front of 3, spectators. Following the change at Bradford City, a meeting was called of the Bradford FC members on 15 April to decide the rugby club's future.
An initial vote appeared to favour continuing in rugby league , but then opinion shifted towards rugby union and the chairman, Mr Briggs, used his influence to swing the committee behind the proposed move to association football.
The minority faction decided to split and form a new club to continue playing in the Northern Union, appropriately called "Bradford Northern", which applied for and was granted Bradford FC's place in the —08 Northern Rugby Football Union season.
They based themselves at the Greenfield Hotel. Northern moved to Birch Lane in Bradford council offered the club a site for a new stadium between Rooley Lane and Mayo Avenue in However the NRFU said the site was too small and the club kept on looking.
Before moving to Odsal , Bradford Northern had had two other homes at Greenfield Athletic Ground in Dudley Hill and at Birch Lane which was part of the Bowling Old Lane cricket ground, although at times they also had to hire Valley Parade as the capacity at Birch Lane was insufficient for large matches.
On 20 June Bradford Northern signed a ten-year lease with Bradford council for a former quarry being used as a waste dump at Odsal Top.
It was turned into the biggest stadium outside Wembley. The Bradford Northern team played its first match there on 1 September Success came to Bradford in the s with a number of cup wins: the Yorkshire cup in —41 , —43 , —45 , —46 , —49 and —50 ; and the Challenge Cup —44 , —47 and — In the Championship Bradford found it difficult to win either before the war or after despite being runners up in —43 and — Wakefield began the match as favourites, they had lost only one of thirteen matches thus far in the season.
However, Bradford won 5—2 Frank Whitcombe scoring the try converted by George Carmichael and lifted the Yorkshire Cup for the fourth time in six seasons.
The —48 Challenge Cup final was notable as it was the first rugby league match to be attended by the reigning monarch, King George VI , who presented the trophy.
It was also the first televised rugby league match as it was broadcast to the Midlands. Bradford lost 8—3 to Wigan and Frank Whitcombe became the first player to win the Lance Todd trophy on the losing side.
The Challenge Cup final was sold out for first time as 95, spectators saw Bradford beat Halifax. In —52 Bradford were runners up in the league but beat New Zealand at Odsal in the first floodlit football match of any code in the North of England.
In , a crowd of 69, watched Bradford play Huddersfield in the Challenge Cup 's third round. This was Bradford's highest ever attendance.
They also won the Yorkshire Cup final 7—2 against Hull. Bradford and Leigh were the first rugby league clubs to stage matches on a Sunday in December , although there was opposition from the Sunday Observance lobby.
Bradford's support declined rapidly in the season, attracting a record low crowd of against Barrow. The club went out of business on 10 December , having played just 13 matches; winning 1 and losing 12, scoring points and conceding , the results were declared null and void, and expunged from the —64 season 's records.
Amongst those who led proceedings were former players Joe Phillips and Trevor Foster. On 20 July , Bradford Northern Ltd came into existence.
On 22 August , Hull Kingston Rovers provided the opposition in the reformed club's first match and 14, spectators turned out to show their support, as Odsal hosted its first 10, plus gate for a Bradford Northern match since The reformed club won its first cup in —66 by beating Hunslet 17—8 in the final of the Yorkshire County Cup.
He went on to make a record appearances for the club. In —75 Bradford won the Regal Trophy 3—2 against Widnes. Peter Fox joined Bradford as coach for the first time in — Bradford won the Premiership final 17—8 against Widnes and were also Championship runners-up.
In —79 Bradford appeared in another Premiership final this time losing 24—2 to Leeds. In —81 the club made it back-to-back championships.
In —82, Bradford lost the Yorkshire Cup final 10—5 against Castleford and lost again in —83, this time 18—7 against Hull F. By November , Bradford had cash-flow problems and the local council refused to help financially, but appointed a special committee to administer the clubs' finances.
In —88 Bradford won the Yorkshire Cup final replay against Castleford 11—2 after drawing 12— Ron Willey coached Bradford Northern for a short stint in —90 and led them to the Premiership final and success in the Yorkshire Cup final when they beat Featherstone Rovers 20— David Hobbs became coach at Northern in until he left for Wakefield Trinity in Bradford lost the Regal Trophy against Warrington 12—2 in — Peter Fox returned to Bradford for a second spell as coach in , and in —94, Bradford finished as runners-up behind Wigan on points difference.
Fox left the club in In , the first tier of English rugby league clubs changed from a winter to a summer season and played the inaugural Super League season.
Matthew Elliot took over as head coach in The Bulls won the Super League title in his first season. Brian Noble was appointed Bradford head coach in November Noble oversaw Bradford's victory.
At the time he was the youngest coach in Britain. In his first season in charge, he guided Bradford to the Super League play-offs before the club were knocked out in the grand final eliminator by Hull.
Following an eighth consecutive defeat, the Bulls' worst run in Super League, McNamara's contract was mutually terminated on 13 July Lee St Hilaire was coach for the rest of the season.
Mick Potter became coach in Despite the club being placed in receivership in , the team was on the verge of making the semi-finals of Super League as Potter remained as unpaid coach.
On 31 August a bid for the club from a local consortium, headed by Bradford businessman Omar Khan, was accepted by the administrator  and was ratified by the RFL in early September.
Francis Cummins was appointed as head coach of the Bulls in September This appointment was thought to be the first of its kind in Rugby League.
In , relegation was reintroduced to the Super League with two teams being relegated. Bradford were deducted 6 points for entering administration early on in the season and the Bulls were relegated from the top division of rugby league in Britain for the first time in 40 years.
Francis Cummins was sacked around the time of relegation and replaced by James Lowes and won most of their remaining games. Bradford began their first Championship campaign in 40 years against Leigh away where they narrowly lost the game.
By the end of the regular season they entered the Super 8s finishing second. In the Qualifiers Bradford failed to make the top three for automatic entry to Super League for , finishing 5th which meant a trip to Wakefield to play them in the first ever Million Pound Game.
Bradford would lose 24—16, condemning them to a second year in the Championship. Bradford started the season strongly, with a win over fellow promotion hopefuls Featherstone Rovers by 22— Omari Caro scored a hat-trick in this match.
This was followed up by away wins at Whitehaven and Swinton. Bradford's season was ultimately disappointing with failure to reach the Qualifiers ,  this meant Bradford would miss out on a chance of promotion.
On 14 November , Bradford Bulls were placed in administration for the third time since In the ensuing weeks several bids to buy the club were made but despite one bid being acceptable to the RFL, none were accepted by the administrator and the club went into liquidation on 3 January While a number of alternatives were considered the Board was most mindful of the planning already undertaken by all other clubs in the competition structure, the season tickets already purchased and the players and staff who will now be seeking employment in and around the sport in Accordingly the Board has agreed that the wider interests of the sport is best satisfied if it offers a place in the Kingstone Press Championship to any new club in Bradford and that such a club start the season on minus 12 points.
The RFL believes that Rugby League needs Bradford and that Bradford deserves a strong and stable professional club and will work with all interested parties to deliver that outcome.
After the Bulls went into liquidation in January the Rugby Football League invited bids to form a new club based in Bradford who would be allowed to take the place of the Bulls in the Championship but started with a point penalty deduction.
The RFL issued a set of criteria for anyone wishing to bid for the new club and there were 12 expressions of interest of which four were converted into bids submitted to the RFL.
Also involved is former player and coach, Graham Lowe. In their early years, the club played a mixture of association football rules and what would become rugby union laws.
Bradford's earliest recorded match against another club was home and away games against Leeds Clarence in —7, such inter-club matches continued to be rare in Bradford's early years with only nine inter-club games in and ten a season later.
Due to damage to the cricket square, Bradford had to leave Great Horton Road and would play at a variety of grounds; first a field on Laisteridge Lane in and then, at the start of , Peel Park.
Once again Bradford moved to North Park Road in Manningham in the summer of and then to a ground in Girlington in where they stayed for the next two years.
Bradford then moved to a field near the Stansfield Arms in Apperley Bridge where they stayed until the move to Park Avenue.
Under the captaincy of H. Garnett, Bradford went through the whole —5 season, not only undefeated, but without having even a single point scored against them.
Bradford played their first rugby match there on 25th September against Bradford Rangers. Bradford achieved their first major success by winning the Yorkshire Cup in After the —91 season, Bradford along with other Yorkshire Senior clubs Batley, Brighouse, Dewsbury, Halifax, Huddersfield, Hull, Hunslet, Leeds, Liversedge, Manningham and Wakefield decided that they wanted their own county league starting in along the lines of a similar competition that had been played in Lancashire.
The clubs wanted full control of the league but the Yorkshire Rugby Football Union would not sanction the competition as it meant giving up control of rugby football to the senior clubs.
In , along with cross-town neighbours Manningham F. These 22 clubs formed the Northern Rugby Union. Bradford were reluctant to join but had large debts and faced the loss of lucrative fixtures against local rivals.
Bradford experimented with an association football section in but this struggled to compete with the popularity of rugby and the section was closed down in The first game of association football played at Park Avenue had been an exhibition match between Blackburn Rovers and a Blackburn District XI in Bradford were initially successful in the new world of professional rugby and reached the Challenge Cup Final, before losing 7—0 to Batley at Leeds.
Bradford also won the Yorkshire Senior Competition in and again in — In —04, Bradford finished level on points with Salford at the top of the league and then won the resulting play-off, 5—0.
Neighbouring club Manningham ran into financial difficulties and, despite a summer archery contest that generated enough money to ensure their survival, its members were persuaded to change to association football.
The club was invited to join the Football League in , in an attempt to introduce soccer to the rugby-dominated region, and the newly renamed Bradford City AFC was voted into full membership of the Second Division without playing a game of soccer, having a team or being able to guarantee a ground.
Bradford won the first division championship in In —06, Bradford's rugby team beat Salford 5—0 to win the Challenge Cup and were runners-up in the Championship.
That same year, the Northern Union made changes to the game's laws reducing teams from 15 to a-side later and the play-the-ball was introduced after a tackle.
Gates were several thousand lower than those of the newly formed Bradford City FC. In desperation, the Bradford applied for readmission to the Rugby Football Union which was granted in March provided that all professional players were excluded from the club.
A meeting was called of the club members on 15 April to decide the club's future. An initial vote appeared to favour continuing in the Northern Union by a majority of one with association football in third, the second vote had a majority in favour of the RFU's offer following a recount but the Chairman, A.
Briggs, used his influence to swing the committee behind association football. Northern Union supporters formed a new club to take the available place in the Northern Union under the name of Bradford Rugby F.
As a goodwill gesture, Bradford Park Avenue passed all their old playing kit, balls and posts to the new club.
The majority of players from to went on to play for the new club, helped in no small part by the Northern Union placing an embargo on other clubs signing players from the old Bradford club.
The club extended their name to Bradford Northern R. Bradford Northern's first home was Greenfield Athletic Ground.
Northern lost to Huddersfield in the first match on 7th September watched by 7, spectators. At times the club had to hire Valley Parade as the capacity at Birch Lane was not sufficient enough for large matches.
Bradford council offered Bradford a site for a new stadium between Rooley Lane and Mayo Avenue in However the RFL said the site was too small and the club kept on lookingOn 20 June , Bradford Northern signed a ten-year lease with Bradford council for a former quarry being used as a waste dump at Odsal Top.
It was turned into the biggest stadium outside Wembley. The Bradford Northern team played its first match there on 1 September In the championship Bradford found it difficult to win either before the war or after despite being runners up in and —8.
The Challenge Cup final was notable as it was the first rugby league match to be attended by the reigning monarch, King George VI, who presented the trophy.
Frank Whitcombe becomes the first player to win the Lance Todd trophy on the losing side. It was also the first televised rugby league match as it was broadcast to the Midlands.
However Bradford lost 8—3 to Wigan. The Challenge Cup final was sold out for first time as 95, spectators saw Bradford beat Halifax.The Bulls won the Super League title in his first season. Elliot coached the Bradford Bulls to the Super League Grand Final which was lost to St Helens. Brian Noble was appointed Bradford head coach in November Noble took the Bradford Bulls to the Super League Grand Final in which they defeated the Wigan glnewfclub.comn: Steve Crossley.