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Bradford Bulls League Jersey

The Bradford Bulls play their home games in strip of white with red, black and amber hooped shirts, white shorts and socks. The away strip is black with red. The shirt has been donned by many well known and famous names in the game, but we would like to highlight a few from the professional era, some of whom have also made it big in Rugby Union: Paul Deacon, Shaun Edwards, Stuart Fielden, Iestyn Harris, Paul Anderson, Henry Paul, Robbie Paul, Leon Pryce, Ellery Hanley, Brian Noble, Stuart Reardon, Adrian Morley and Lesley Vainikolo.

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Bradford Bulls were originally formed as Bradford Rugby Club in 1863. The Bulls as they are now known play their home games in the 27,000 capacity Gratton Stadium, Odsal, Bradford. The Bulls have been one of the major success stories of the Super League, with the 2003 season being their best, with the club successfully winning all of the major Rugby League honours: Challenge Cup, Superleague Championship, World Club Championship, and Minor Premier. To date the Bulls have never finished out of the top 5 in the Super League having won it on 4 occasions.

The Bulls at the time of printing have appeared in 5 Super league finals, winning in 1997, 1999, 2001 and 2003, whilst finishing runners up in 2004. They have also finished 3rd in season one of the new Super League in 1996, as well as 2000, 2002, 2005 and 2007.

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