The Hall Of Fame

The Nominations

Click on one of the names of the former players to vote for there inclusion in the BfB Hall of Fame. At the end of every month the man with the most votes get added.

Click a name should open a mail message in your email program with the name of your preferred player in the subject line. If this does not work simply email your choice to with a subject line reading "Put [NAME] in the Hall of Fame"

If you want to nominate a player to go onto the list of potential inductees then mail their name and why you think other people should vote for their inclusion in the BfB HoF to

Bruce Bannister

Once ran on to the pitch smoking a cigar. Used to play in goal in the warm ups. His trademark was to collect the ball on the halfway line, dribble it through the entire opposition and then slot it past the keeper. His overhead scissors kick against Barnsley following a corner remains the greatest ever goal scored by a Bradford City player.

Dickie Bond

None of us has seen him play but won loads of England caps.

Robbie Blake

Robust striker who rolled in the goal that put Bradford City into the Premeirship.

Benito Carbone

Italian magician who dazzled in the Premiership strugglers of 2000-2001.

Joe Cooke

Famed peer of Podd from the 1970s side.

Stan Collymore

Turbulent striker who's only case for inclusion is the overhead kick against Leeds on his debut, but that makes a pretty strong case cause it was a bloody good goal.

Trevor Cherry

Manager who took City up from the 3rd division in 1985.

Peter Downsborough

Goalie in the 1976 cup run and arguably City's best post-war goalkeeper.

Mark Ellis

Eccentric dresser, pacy winger, marvellous ball control.

Ron Futcher

Short of hair, strong on goals Ron Futcher almost fired City to the old First Division.

Stafford Heginbotham

Chairman who saved the club on more than one occasion. Without him, Bradford City, The City Gent and this website would not exist.

Paul Jewell

Fine little player who turned promotion winning manager.

Lee Mills

25 goals in City's promotion campaign did a lot to secure a place in the Premiership for the Bantams in 1999.

Darren Moore

The big defender who's towering presence got City promotion in 1999.

Andrew O'Brien

Talented young defender who took to the Premiership like a duck to water and made a name for himself as one of the best man markers in the game.

Paul Tomlinson

City goalkeeper in the late 1980s who seemed favourite in any one on one with a striker.

Dean Windass

The man that won over the fans and fought tooth and nail to keep City in the Premiership.

The Members

The membership of the BfB Bradford City Hall of Fame.