Bradford Bulls are a professional rugby league club in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England who play in the Super League. They have won the Challenge Cup five times, been league champions six times and World Club Challenge winners three times. Bradford has played its home games at Odsal Stadium since 1934. The team jersey is white with red, black and amber hoops.
Bradford was formed as Bradford Northern in 1907 as a split from Bradford Park Avenue A.F.C., a founder of the Northern Union which switched to playing Association Football, and renamed Bradford Bulls in 1996 at the start of the Super League. Bradford's main historical rivalry is with Leeds and they have other rivalries with Huddersfield Giants and Halifax.
The club's holding company, Bradford Bulls Holdings Ltd, entered administration on 26 June 2012, with debts of over £1,500,000. On 31 August 2012 the administrator accepted an offer for the club from a consortium headed by local businessman Omar Khan and including local MP Gerry Sutcliffe.