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Wigan Warriors. St Helens. Warrington Wolves. 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. The parent company of the club is registered as Bradford Bulls Limited at Companies House, and the team continue to be known as Bradford Bulls, also retaining the club colours, stadium and several players from the squad.
Before the start of the season, the Bulls appointed the highly experienced John Kear as coach, and under his guidance, gained promotion to the Championship.
In August , Bulls chairman Andrew Chalmers announced that the club could no longer afford to play at Odsal and were to relocate to Dewsbury for two years after the preferred alternatives, Valley Parade and Horsfall Stadium were deemed too expensive.
On 1 September , Bradford Bulls played the last game at Odsal stadium and bid farewell to the 85 years old home ground for the team.
Odsal had also hosted many other sports, including association football, speedway , stock car racing , basketball, featuring the Harlem Globetrotters , wrestling , show jumping and kabaddi.
The stadium's largest attendances was ,, when Halifax played Warrington on 5 May in the Challenge Cup Final replay.
From 9 November , the Bulls sold the naming rights again to local business Provident Financial , and the stadium was renamed the Provident Stadium.
The deal with Provident was ended in February Bradford's last home game was held on 1 September where they defeated their play off rivals Sheffield Eagles in an emotional goodbye.
The Bulls signed a one year deal to play their home games at Dewsbury's Crown Flatt stadium after they left Odsal. Up until the Super League era the club was known as Bradford Northern and used a stylised boar's head similar to the one atop the Bradford city coat of arms.
When the club was rebranded Bradford Bulls the crest was changed to a similar design to that of the Chicago Bulls.
Bradford's traditional playing colours are a red, amber and black hoop, on a white background. Bradford's home strips are predominantly white with a red, amber and black hoop or "V".
Away strips have had many designs and colours, but integrate the traditional red, amber and black into the design. Bradford's main rivals are Leeds Rhinos who they have played in multiple finals, especially during the early years of Super League as well as St Helens whom they faced in two successive Challenge cup finals during the golden era.
They also have a lesser local rivalry with Keighley Cougars although this was considered a one-way rivalry and competitive fixtures were rare as they played in different divisions.
They also have other local rivalries with Halifax and Huddersfield Giants. Updated: 15 January Source s : Squad Numbers. Introduced in , the trophy was named in memory of Lance Todd , the New Zealand -born player and administrator, who was killed in a road accident during the Second World War.
The Steve Prescott Man of Steel Award is an annual honour, awarded by the Super League to the most outstanding player in the British game for that year.
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Scott Naylor 4. Michael Withers 5. Tevita Vaikona 6. Henry Paul 7. Robbie Paul c 8. Brian McDermott 9. James Lowes Paul Anderson Jamie Peacock Mike Forshaw Brad Mackay Leon Pryce David Boyle Bernard Dwyer Stuart Fielden Coach: Matthew Elliott.
Michael Withers 2. Tevita Vaikona 3. Graham Mackay 5. Leon Pryce 6. 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. 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 third round. This was Northern's highest ever attendance.
Northern also won the Yorkshire Cup final 7—2 against Hull. Bradford Northern 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 Northern's support declined rapidly in the season, attracting a record low crowd of against Barrow. Northern went out of business on 10 December having played just 13 matches; winning 1 and losing 12, scoring points and conceding In , the Bradford Northern club reformed through the efforts of such people as Trevor Foster and Joe Phillips and were accepted back into the Rugby League.
The reformed club won its first cup in —66 by beating Hunslet 17—8 in the final of the Yorkshire Cup. During this season Keith Mumby made his debut, becoming the Bradford's youngest player at only 16 years of age, scoring 12 goals and a try in a match against Doncaster.
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 Bradford won the Yorkshire Cup final replay against Castleford 11—2 after drawing 12— In —90 Bradford beat Featherstone 20—14 in the Yorkshire Cup final.
Bradford lost the Regal Trophy against Warrington 12—2 in — In —4, the last but two Championship before Super League, Bradford finished as runners-up behind Wigan on points difference.