Bradford City’s remarkable season, which saw them at Wembley twice and promoted to League One, prompted supporter Kathryn Hey to commission a painting.

The painting is a combination of private and public memories for Kathryn, who was taken to Valley Parade for the first time 32 years ago by her father.

She said: “Sadly this was the only game we saw together before he passed away. I know he would have been as thrilled and happy as myself for last season’s incredible achievements, the best in my memory.

“For this reason I decided to commission Paul Town, a football stadium artist and fellow City fan, to paint this canvas as a thank you to all the players, staff and management at Bradford City.

“Paul has worked from an original 1950s print and photographs to create an impression of Valley Parade as my father and many others would have remembered it – including the advertisement for Hey’s brewery that was located on nearby Lumb Lane. The painting also features the Bradford City locomotive, which regularly roared past the ground.”

The painting will be displayed in the bantamspast museum, housed in Bantams Bar on the Kop.