Bradford Bulls will make their return to Odsal Stadium this weekend when they take on York City Knights on Sunday.
The Bulls moved out of Odsal following the conclusion of the 2019 season, and have been playing their home games at the Tetley’s Stadium, the home of Dewsbury Rams.
But Sunday will mark the return to the Bulls’ historic home in the first match of rugby league to be played there since a 30-10 win over Sheffield Eagles in September 2019.
Chairman Nigel Wood told the club website: “The club are delighted to confirm that its fixture against York will be staged at Odsal Stadium.
“While the stadium it is not yet exactly as we want it to be, and there is still work to do yet, nevertheless it provides the best opportunity to allow most supporters the chance to view the action in person.
“The match will have a limited capacity in line with COVID protocols and we ask for everyone’s understanding in that regard.
We would like to express our sincere thanks to our friends York City Knights and Newcastle Thunder for agreeing to play on a slightly narrower pitch than usual while refurbishment work continues. We would like to thank all staff, volunteers, businesses and organisations who have helped “Bring the Bulls Back to Bradford”.”