Bantams receive cup allocation

Bradford have been allocated 31,000 tickets for their Capital One Cup final clash with Swansea at Wembley.

Last Updated: 05/02/13 at 15:31

Wembley: Set to host 31,000 Bradford fans

Wembley: Set to host 31,000 Bradford fans

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Phil Parkinson's League Two side will bid to become the first club from the fourth tier to win a major trophy at Wembley on Sunday, February 24 and cup fever is gripping the city.

New signposts have popped up in Bradford city centre's New Market Place directing fans to Wembley.

The club's joint chairman Mark Lawn said: "We believe the 31,000 tickets will all go. The whole city is behind the team who have done a magnificent job to make it to the final."

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