Centrepoint's Sleep Out is set to return to Bradford - this evening - for its third consecutive year.
Tonight, brave teams from local businesses will join members of the club to swap their beds for sleeping bags, and camp overnight at the Utilita Energy Stadium.
The Centrepoint initiative supports homeless young people, and participants of the Bantams’ event will be doing so for 150 young homeless people Centrepoint support in Bradford, every day.
Sleeping on the concourse of the JCT600 Stand (West) at the ground, last year saw over 140 locals play their part in raising £30,000 to support the charity.
This year, close to 100 participants are aiming to raise £10,000, with the club expecting another hugely successful evening.
City's director of communications, Ryan Sparks, said: "Everyone at the club cannot wait to welcome Centrepoint back to the Utilita Energy Stadium, tonight.
"It is a fantastic initiative and raises huge funds to help those who need it most.
"The fact the event is back for its third year running speaks volumes of its importance and how proud we are to be supporting it.
"We wish all brave sleepers taking part, this evening, the very best of luck!"
To find out more about Sleep Out Bradford 2019, CLICK HERE.