The Junior Bantams were welcome guests at City's Apperley Bridge training ground this Tuesday as they were given the opportunity to watch Phil Parkinson and his players in action during training.
Around 35 children and their parents/guardians took advantage of the school half-term holidays to come down and see Parkinson and his staff putting the squad through their paces.
Among the group of players on show were the fit-again duo of Billy Clarke and Josh Morris.
After training was completed, the Junior Bantams members were allowed to take penalties on City's actual training pitch against first-team goalkeepers Ben Williams and Joe Cracknell.
They then finished off their morning's fun by picking up pictures and autographs with City's staff and players.
Training ground visits are just one of a number of rewards young City fans can receive when they become a Junior Bantam.
For only £15.00* for the season, City supporters can make their little ones into a member of the Junior Bantams and entitle them to a load of cool new stuff at the same time!
Any child under the age of 16 years-old can become a Junior Bantam.
All Junior Bantams members will receive an exclusive scarf, a signed Bradford City birthday card, plus an invite to the Junior Bantams Christmas party.
Not only that, all Junior Bantams between the ages of 4 and 11 will also have the opportunity to be a mascot at one of City's Sky Bet League 1 home fixtures at the Coral Windows Stadium.
Junior Bantams between 12 and 16 will have the chance to sit on the Junior Bantams Board with City's Chief Operating Officer James Mason.
Before Saturday home games, the Junior Bantams group have a fun session (from 1:00pm) in their own special room adjacent to the One in a Million cafe in the Free School building.
For more information on how to sign up your child to become a Junior Bantams member - please click HERE