The Bradford City Supporters Trust is putting on an evening with Lucy Bronze.
The England and Manchester City Women’s star will be in Bradford on Friday, January 22.Bronze has played 23 senior games for the Lionesses, scoring four goals, and was one of the stars of the summer as her performances and goals helped the Lionesses win a bronze medal at the World Cup.
Being the first female player to receive a nomination for Sports Personality of The Year, Bronze has become a role model for millions and is one of the female game’s most influential icons.
As well as her exploits with England, Bronze has also helped Manchester City finish second in FA WSL 1 and qualify for the Champions League for the first time in the club’s history.
Caroline Hulme, the women and girls’ football development officer at the West Riding County FA said: “It’s incredible that Bradford City have secured such an icon of the female game. Lucy truly is a fantastic role model and to have the opportunity to meet her will be a once in a lifetime experience for any girl! The popularity of the event just goes to show how much of an impact the Lionesses had last summer, and how much of an appetite there is for women’s football.”
The event will be held in the 2013 Suite at Valley Parade, with pie and peas included in the ticket price.
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