BRADFORD City legend Chris Kamara will be coming to the city this weekend to promote a book about his life.

Chris Kamara, who played for and managed the Bantams, leading them to Wembley glory in 1996, released his new autobiography, ‘Kammy: My Unbelievable Life’ this autumn.

He will visit Waterstones in Bradford's Wool Exchange from 10am to noon this Saturday (November 25) to sign copies of his autobiography.

In a post on X, formerly Twitter, Waterstones said: "This Saturday - the chance to meet a legend (and get a perfect #bcafc Christmas present in the back of the net?)"


Kamara initially joined Bradford City as a player, making 23 appearances and scoring three goals during the 1994/95 season. He then took over as manager at Valley Parade in 1995, winning promotion in the club's first-ever appearance at Wembley, until he left to join Stoke City as boss in 1998.

He worked as a presenter and football analyst at Sky Sports from 1992 to 2022.

Kamara revealed last year he has apraxia of speech, a disorder that affects the way a person connects speech messages from their brain to their mouth.

Kamara was awarded an MBE for services to football, anti-racism and charity in King Charles III’s New Year’s Honours list.