Bradford MP George Galloway tweeted:
Former Bradford manager Chris Kamara tweeted:
Bradford go through, what a magnificent performance from every player & the manager has done an unbelievable job JeffFrom @chris_kammy on Twitter:
2 - Bradford City are only the second fourth-tier side to reach the League Cup final & the first since Rochdale in 1962. Congratulations.From @OptaJoe on Twitter:
3 – Bradford City have become the first fourth-tier side to knock out three top-flight teams in a single League Cup campaign. Giantkillers.From @OptaJoe on Twitter:
Bradford City have become the first League 2 side to reach a major Wembley final.
They overcame a nervy final ten minutes to beat Aston Villa 4-3 on aggregate.
James Hanson's headed goal leaves Bradford City level at 1-1 in the second leg of their Capital One Cup semi final against Aston Villa.
Currently 4-2 up on aggregate, the Bantams are minutes away from an historic Wembley final.
Bradford City have scored their first goal in the second leg of the League Cup semi-final at Villa Park. The pressure is now back on Aston Villa.
The topsy-turvy history of Bradford City has been a mixture of success, financial crises and even tragedy. But tonight the League Two side could secure their place in the Capital One cup final if they prevail at Aston Villa.
- The club was formed in 1903
- Nicknamed ‘The Bantams’
- Play their home games at Valley Parade, which has a capacity of 25,136
- 56 supporters died when a fire ripped through the main stand on 11 May 1985 in one of British football's worst disasters
- Promoted to the Premier League in May 1999
- Relegated in 2001 and then slipped into League Two, where they have been since 2004
- Currently managed by Phil Parkinson, the 44th manager in the club's history