BRADFORD City are hosting a free England watch party and question and answer session with new manager Derek Adams next week for Bantams members.

City are hosting the event on Tuesday, June 22, for England’s final group game against the Czech Republic, which will follow a live Q&A and is being held in the McCall and Hendrie Suites.

The event, which has very limited capacity, is open initially to 1903 Club members. Doors will open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start, where fans can grill new Bantams boss Derek Adams and chief executive Derek Adams as preparations for the upcoming season are well underway.

After the Q&A, fans can they stay and watch England face the Czechs at Wembley, with former City loanee Jordan Pickford likely to retain his spot in goal for the Three Lions.

Members of the 1903 Club had priority access now to book their place, before any remaining places went on general sale at 9am today, but with capacity limited due to Covid-19 restrictions fans are advised to book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Fans are required to wear face masks when arriving and when moving around the suites and can only take them off at their table. Table service will be in operation, and all attendees are required to check-in on the NHS Covid app upon arrival and will also have their temperatures taken and have to complete a symptom screening questionnaire.

Spots can be booked on Bradford City’s website.