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The season in numbers

29 May 2013

Well, what an amazing season that was!

The 2012/2013 campaign will most probably go down in history as one of the most memorable for Bradford City and its supporters for a long, long time.

Two trips to Wembley, one major cup final, three wins over Premiership opponents, sixty-four games and, of course, one promotion!

Those numbers aren't the only worthwhile digits to come out of an mind-boggling campaign for Phil Parkinson's men though.

Below are just some of the amazing numbers to come out of, well, a truly amazing season!

82,997 - The crowd figure for the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley.

23,971 - The attendance at the Coral Windows Stadium for the Capital One Cup Quarter-Final with Arsenal - a modern stadium record.

14,657 - The attendance for the home leg of City's Play-Off Semi-Final with Burton Albion.

13,461 - City's highest league attendance of the season (vs Rotherham United).

6,500 - The approximate figure for City's away following at Villa Park

399 - The total number of international caps in the Arsenal starting eleven for City's Capital One Cup triumph over the Gunners.

92 - The amount of goals scored by City in all competitions.

64 - Games in the season.

32 - Players used in all competitions for City.

26 - The amount of goals scored by Nahki Wells in the season.

25 - The amount of midweek evening games City took part in during the season.

23 - The number of clean sheets for City in all competitions.

18 - Cleans sheets picked up in the league - only champions Gillingham (19) registered more.

15 - The number of cup games for City in the season.

14 - Penalties converted by City in shoot-outs.

12 - The amount of players who scored two or more goals for City this season

7 - The number of City matches this season that were televised.

6 - Periods of extra time

5 - Assists by Gary Jones during City's remarkable run in the Capital One Cup. The tally saw Jones up to joint top in the list of assist-makers for the competition this season.

4 - Penalty shoot-outs during the season.

3 - Number of Premier League teams beaten on the way to Capital One Cup Final (Wigan Athletic, Arsenal and Aston Villa).

2 - Number of visits to Wembley Stadium.

1 - Or League 1 to be more precise - City's division next season following promotion through the Play-Offs.

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