100 Years of the Bradford Bulls
Packed with pictures, it is a vivid account of the triumphs and heartache of this fantastic club - and its forerunner Bradford Northern - from 1907 to 2007.
It provides a definitive history of the club and the personalities and players that have helped to shape it over the years.
Working with the Bradford Bulls Foundation, we have trawled through the club's archive and the library of the "Telegraph & Argus" to source hundreds of fantastic and revealing photographs, many unpublished for decades.
The book charts the fortunes of the club from their first home at Horton Cricket Club, through near-disaster, to the summit of Super League and the World Club Championship.
With its facts, names and dates and profiles, this book is an argument settler, a debate starter and a joy to read for all fans of Rugby League, sport itself, and anyone interested in the wider history of the city of Bradford.
The Telegraph and Argus have been following Bradford Northern and then the Bulls for many decades.
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