BRADFORD City have already been showing their support for Ukraine, who were invaded by neighbours Russia a few days ago, and now Bradford (Park Avenue) are doing the same.

Like the Bantams did in their home game with Mansfield Town on Saturday, Avenue's fans will stand for a minute's applause on the 30-minute mark of their National League North clash at Horsfall against Farsley Celtic this Wednesday.

There will also be donations taken at the ground on the night, all of which will go to a charity supporting Ukrainians who are suffering the devastating consequences of the ongoing invasion.

In a club statement, Avenue said: "Bradford has a storied and very popular Ukrainian population within its borders, the largest of its kind outside of London.

"They are proud to be a part of our wonderful city, and we are proud to call them our brothers and sisters.

"This Wednesday we will stand, as one, in solidarity with Ukraine, and on the 30-minute mark in the game against Farsley Celtic, we will conduct a minute's applause.

"We encourage you to bring blue and yellow flags to the game to show your support.

"In conjunction with the Bradford Ukie Club, we will also be running a bucket collection at the game, with all money being donated to the Help Ukraine Emergency Appeal.

"Please give as generously as you can on the night for this excellent cause.

"Some things are bigger than football. #UTA."