A life-long Bradford City fan is urging other supporters to record their Wembley day out at the League Two play-off final for a film which will be shown on Bradford’s big screen.

David Nowakowski, 27, hopes to make a film of the Bantams’ return to the landmark stadium in a battle for promotion to League One in the hotly-anticipated clash against Northampton Town on Saturday.

The Scars on 45 band member missed City’s Capital One Cup final against Swansea in February because he was on tour in the US, but said he came up with the idea of making a montage of fans’ memories while watching the match on a laptop in Miami.

Mr Nowakowski said: “The stream was bad and when it came back on we were losing 5-0, which was awful, but I couldn’t help but notice the fans and the atmosphere and thought ‘I really hope someone is capturing this’.

“I thought the footage was unbelievable and thought ‘if that happens again, it needs to be documented’ – and now they’re going back.”

Mr Nowakowski, who has made tour diaries for his band, will use the video clips to make a film in the project, which is being supported by Bradford City of Film.

Once completed, it will be shown on the big screen at City Park.

“Whatever happens, win or lose, it’s going to capture the emotion and record it into something special,” he said.

“It’s going to be interesting to see what we get sent.

“I want fans to send in footage they film on the day, from morning to night and during the game. That could be travelling down, on Wembley Way or their celebrations afterwards.

“I want them to capture it on their mobile phones and send it to me. It doesn’t just have to be people at Wembley. It can be people at home or in pubs.

“I spoke to one guy in Hong Kong who says he’s going to be watching them in a bar over there.

“It’s very exciting. It’s going to be a bit of a social media experiment.”