Bradford City Women's Football Club is an English women's football club which represents the city of Bradford, West Yorkshire. Founded in 1988, they currently play in the following promotion from the Northern Combination Women's Football League in 2013.The club also has a number of youth teams as well as a Reserve Team and an 'A' Team.HistoryFounded in 1988 under the auspices of Bradford City's Football in the Community department, the club became founder members of the Yorkshire and Humberside League the following year. After success at local level, the club won promotion into the FA Women's Premier League Northern Division in 1996. The club earned a second successive promotion in 1996–97, into the top level of Women's football in England.In 1997–98 the club avoided relegation and also reached the semi–final of the FA Women's Premier League Cup – losing on penalties to eventual winners Arsenal after a 2–2 draw. This was despite Arsenal's goalkeeper Sarah Reed being sent–off and defender Tina Mapes taking over in goal. City dropped out of the top division in 1998–99, and suffered a further relegation in 1999–00, into the Northern Combination Women's Football League. The Club gained promotion back to the FA Women's Premier League ahead of the 2013/2014 season.