A 90-YEAR-OLD care home resident enjoyed a trip down memory lane - with a surprise visit to a Bradford City FC game. 

Football-mad Joseph Keogh has lived at Cottingley Hall Bupa Care Home in Bingley for four months, and can often be found watching matches in the living room and chatting to fellow residents about the sport. 

Joseph has formed a particularly strong bond with maintenance operative, Qamar Hussain, as they are both Bantams' fans and like to discuss the team and their games together.  

After reminiscing with Qamar about some "unforgettable moments" - such as cheering on his team by his father's side - the care home team decided to help Joseph relive those memories and surprise him with a visit to the stadium. 

Qamar and Bupa activity co-ordinator, John, secured match tickets to see Bradford City v Middlesbrough - leaving Joseph thrilled. 

Following the trip, he said: "I want to thank the team for organising such a special event. 

"It brought back many memories from years past and it made my day." 

Qamar added: "You could tell it meant the world to Joe to see his favourite team out on the pitch again. 

"The spirit of the game and the joy in his eyes was absolutely priceless."