03 Aug 2015
CLUB officials have today confirmed that James Lowes’ Bradford Bulls will don their alternate strip for next weekend’s game against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
The eye-catching kit, featuring various shades of green, made its debut when the Bulls overcame neighbours Halifax earlier this season – at the Summer Bash.
And on Saturday week – for one last time – it will feature again at Belle Vue Stadium as Lowes’ men tackle First Utility Super League’s Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in round two of the Super 8s – The Qualifiers.
We want to take the ‘Green Machine’, which took over Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road earlier this year, to Wakefield and pack out the Wildcats’ home ground.
“The atmosphere generated at the Summer Bash was quite simply unforgettable and showed what incredible support this club has behind it,” said a club spokesperson.
“The boys will be back in green next weekend and we want to see as many of our supporters as possible inside Belle Vue for what will be a massive 80 minutes of rugby league.
“We have today received our allocation of tickets for the tie and would urge people to secure their place as soon as possible.”
Tickets for the Saturday August 15 clash are NOW on sale and can be purchased online – by CLICKING HERE.
Admission is priced at £20 (adults), £14 (concessions) and £9 (juniors), while ‘swaps’ are also available for youth and junior 1863 Members – FREE of charge.
Return coach travel is priced at £13 (members) and £16 (non-members) and can be purchased both in store and over the phone, by calling 08448 711 490 during normal office hours (calls cost 7p per minute, plus your provider’s access charge).
03 Aug 2015
BRADFORD Bulls are delighted to bring supporters one FINAL CHANCE to get their hands on limited-edition official Armed Forces playing jerseys - as worn by members of James Lowes' squad during the club’s victory over Batley Bulldogs in June.
The shirt was specifically designed to be worn by every member of the Bulls' team over Armed Forces Weekend, in a bid to raise funds to support the fantastic work being done by the Royal British Legion - while paying tribute to our armed forces.
Only 250 replicas were produced and they sold out inside 48 hours, meaning this is the only way fans can get their hands on one of these phenomenal pieces of official Bradford Bulls merchandise.
The shirts of Danny Addy and Matty Blythe raised almost £1,000 for the Royal British Legion.
The next eight made available include shirts of Danny Williams, Dale Ferguson, Jay Pitts, Adam Henry, Chev Walker, Ryan Shaw, Steve Crossley and James Mendeika.
The jerseys will come as worn and have been framed and signed by the Bulls stars.
The highest bidder will also receive a certificate of authenticity and the framed jersey will feature an action shot from the game itself.
The reserve price is set at just £99.99, to cover costs, with all proceeds being donated to the Royal British Legion.
These eight fantastic jerseys are live on eBay now!
Bid on Danny Williams' shirt by CLICKING HERE
Bid on Jay Pitts' shirt by CLICKING HERE
Bid on Chev Walker’s shirt by CLICKING HERE
Bid on Ryan Shaw's shirt by CLICKING HERE
Bid on Steve Crossley's shirt by CLICKING HERE
Bid on James Mendeika's shirt by CLICKING HERE
For more information, simply e-mail email@example.com.
02 Aug 2015
THERE are now just SEVEN days to go until Bradford Bulls kick off their Super 8s campaign, so now is the time to ensure you do not miss a moment of the action!
Our exciting, money-saving Route 66 passes offer supporters the chance to enjoy all FOUR of the Bulls’ home games - in The Qualifiers - for the price of THREE, starting with Sheffield Eagles' trip to the Provident Stadium next Sunday.
Following the visit of the Eagles, James Lowes’ men will also host Salford Red Devils, Widnes Vikings and Halifax in the remaining 'FANTASTIC 4' fixtures.
To watch all of the above matches exclusively live, secure a Route 66 TODAY - for just £66!
Meanwhile, 1863 Members are reminded that they can enjoy all of the action as part of their membership - FREE OF CHARGE!
You are really not going to want to miss these mouth-watering contests, so secure your seat by CLICKING HERE or calling a member of our team during normal office hours – on 08448 711 490 (calls cost 7p per minute, plus your provider's regular access charge).
Should you wish to enjoy stunning hospitality and SAVE for our upcoming Super 8s games, CLICK HERE for all the details.
31 Jul 2015
THE latest BIG ONE Lottery draw has been made and we are delighted to announce the latest list of winners.
A Obank (1853), L Lester (2197), H Munton (8819), Sycamores (3574), Mrs Mitchell (5162) have each bagged £100 cash prizes, whilst agent P Cory will enjoy a meal at Cue Gardens.
D N Erby (1369), J Knott (1361), J M Gardner (1378), A Turton (3428), W Arlfc (2229), R P Dixon (960), A Williams (4432), C S Smith (3341) and W Arlfc (2233) will all enjoy meals at a host of different venues.
C Chemicals (3723) will enjoy FOUR free pints at Top House while V Lavender (2926) and H Schofield (251) will do the same at The White Swan and The Market Tavern.
W Chapman (2198), has won the opportunity to have lunch with the Bradford Bulls playing squad!
If you would like to be in with a chance of winning £100 each and every day whilst supporting the development of your #FutureBulls, CLICK HERE to email a member of our Big One team today!
31 Jul 2015
VILA Halafihi has put pen to paper on a new two-year deal with the club, meaning he will be a Bradford Bull until at least the end of 2017.
The 21-year-old hooker is in his first season at the Provident Stadium, after arriving from NRL giants Penrith – where he represented the Panthers' Under-20s.
The former Leeds Rhinos Academy talent has made five appearances for the Bulls this season, including his first start of the season against Halifax last Sunday.
And Halafihi has spoken of his delight, having secured his Provident Stadium future.
“It feels really good to have tied my future down,” said Halafihi, who is sponsored by No Leaks.
“It means even more to be here at the Bulls – the club I have grown up supporting.
“I remember the glory days and I want to be part of the team that gets back into Super League.
“With Adam O’Brien already in the hooker position, I was under no illusions it was going to be hard.
“I have just stuck at it and had faith that my hard work would pay off.
“I have had a few opportunities this season and have just done what I can in those games.
“Fortunately, the club has seen enough to extend my contract.
“If I am called upon to come off the bench or, if Adam gets injured, I am confident I can bring a lot to the team."
Leeds-born Halafihi, who worked with Bulls head coach James Lowes during their time together at the Rhinos, paid special tribute to his boss.
“Jimmy has been one of the main factors in me re-signing,” he added.
“He has brought me on a lot this year, without me even playing much.
“I am pleased that the coaching staff has faith in me and it is good to know that I am going to be part of the plans going forward.
“This first year has been brilliant and I really want to stay at this club for as long as I possibly can.”