Bantams fans can find their way to Wembley for the Capital One Cup final, thanks to new signs in the city centre.
Residents awoke yesterday to find new signposts pointing in the direction of the stadium 199 miles away have been installed in New Market Place as cup fever sweeps the district.
The signs are from competition sponsors Capital One, who said fans will now “definitely know the way to Wembley” for the final on Sunday, February 24.
Tickets for the clash went on sale on Wednesday and Bradford City co-chairman last night said he believed City will sell all its 31,852 allocation.
“We believe the 31,000 tickets will all go. The whole city is behind the team who have done a magnificent job,” he said.
A Capital One spokesman said: “No one could have predicted a Swansea City-Bradford City final when the competition started in August, but with history making performances from both clubs it promises to be a fantastic climax to a wonderfully unpredictable competition.”