Bulls and Solenis launch junior initiative

Bradford Bulls are delighted to announce an exciting, new partnership with Solenis – which will see 100 junior tickets donated to local schools/charitable children’s organisations for every league game between now and the end of the 2027 season!

Solenis’ Bradford Manufacturing facility is just minutes from the club’s Bartercard Odsal Stadium home – with the plant first opening in 1953.

The partnership will see the Bradford Bulls club and Foundation further strengthen ties with local schools and children’s charities – giving them the opportunity to come watch Eamon O’Carroll’s side take to the field in 2024.

Joanne Love, Site Communicator (Bradford and Grimsby) said:

“We are excited to enter this partnership with the Bradford Bulls, which will undoubtedly be for the betterment of the local community.

“As a local business, it is clear to see the progress the Bulls are making on and off the field and their vision to be a force for good in the city of Bradford is firmly aligned with our values and beliefs.

“This partnership will see 100 extra juniors enjoy Rugby League at Bartercard Odsal Stadium and witness first-hand the fantastic experience the Bulls provide.

“We’d like to thank Jason Hirst, Chris Chamberlain and the wider team for their support in making this initiative a reality and I look forward to seeing the children of Bradford making memories at Odsal this year.”

Bradford Bulls Chief Executive Jason Hirst said:

“It’s great to hear that Jo and the Solenis team are recognising the progress we’re making both on the field and off, where as a good corporate citizen, alongside our Bradford Bulls Foundation colleagues, we continue to visit our local schools and wider community, on a weekly basis.

“Like us, Solenis recognise the need to engage and offer opportunities to our local community and particularly its’ children.

“That belief and desire matches perfectly with that of the Bradford Bulls and will allow us to collectively offer opportunities to experience the force for good, that is Rugby League, which might not otherwise exist.

“On behalf of the club, I’d like to thank Jo and the Solenis Site Manager, Dave Calder for their generous support and I look forward to seeing the initiative develop and grow over the next three and a half years.

Bradford Bulls Foundation Chief Executive Chris Chamberlain said:

“The Bradford Bulls’ partnership with Solenis exemplifies our shared commitment to uplift the community, offering young fans not just a game day experience but a chance to be part of something bigger.

“This is great initiative, which is breaking down break down barriers for local young people to access high quality Rugby League within our city.

“Together, we are making dreams come true and promoting a love for rugby league that will inspire the next generation of Bradford Bulls fans.

“On behalf of the Bradford Bulls Foundation, I would like to thank Joanne Love of Solenis and the Bradford Bulls for creating this opportunity.”