The Bantams are hoping as many City fans as possible can make it down to the Coral Windows Stadium this Saturday (31 January 2015) for the 'big welcome home' for Phil Parkinson's triumphant players!
Fresh from their mind-blowing F.A Cup victory at Premier League leaders Chelsea, Parkinson's men return to league action against Colchester United at the weekend.
Having made history and pulled off arguably one of the greatest F.A Cup shocks ever, it would be tremendous to see City's players and staff receive the true hero's welcome they deserve when they step out at Valley Parade once again on Saturday.
With the Bantams still very much in the hunt for a League 1 Play-Off spot as well, the game itself is also massively important as City look to get back to winning ways in the league.
If the majority of Bradford fans can bring just one extra friend or family member with them to the game on Saturday, we'll be all set for a great sea of claret and amber to greet the lads come kick off!
Any season ticket/FlexiCard holder wishing to bring a friend or family member to the Colchester game, please ring the ticket office (0871 978 8000) for details on how your seat(s) can be moved on a one-off basis to enable you all to sit together.
City supporters can get their hands on tickets for the club's next home fixture with Colchester any time of day. Ticket prices for this game will be the normal 2014/2015 Sky Bet League 1 admission prices.
Bantams followers can purchase match tickets for the game right now via the club's online ticketing website.
The club's online ticketing website is available for supporters to use twenty-four hours a day. Fans can access the ticketing website by clicking HERE
Further match information regarding home tickets can be found by clicking
Tickets for the Colchester game can be bought in person from the Bantams Ticket Office as well. The Ticket Office is open 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday and 9:00am until kick off (3:00pm) on Saturday.
City chief Parkinson said: "I think we could all see how the atmosphere at the Coral Windows Stadium against Millwall really lifted the players.
"More of the same on Saturday will give us every chance of getting the three points against Colchester."
Fans can show their gratitude.@officialbantams via the club's official twitter feed - #bigwelcomehome for Parkinson's side and their intention to attend the Colchester game by tweeting their messages of support using the hashtag