YORK Hospital Ball's York City Podcast will be returning for series 11 this coming Sunday, February 4.

Hosted by Dan Tait, the York Hospital Ball podcast helps raise money with hugely-popular podcast episodes speaking to former footballers and personnel related to York City.

The series is widely-known with previous guests including Clayton Donaldson, Andy Leaning and Rodney Rowe, with series 10 wrapping up last May.

York Hospital Ball also recently hosted a quiz night for the City community to test their knowledge, with York legends Iain Dunn and David McGurk providing a questions and answers column in late January's most recent event in what was a brilliant success.

Series 11 will begin on Sunday with York Hospital Ball revisiting recent decades of City memories, first welcoming Jimmy Seal onto the podcast to discuss his time in a York shirt.

Seal played for the Minstermen in the 1970's and was part of the City squad that played at the club's highest-ever level, equivalent to today's Sky Bet Championship.

Now aged 73, Seal netted 43 goals in 161 appearances in a hugely-successful period for York.

The series will then move into the 1980's where Tait will welcome Derek Hood to the podcast to reminisce on the record-breaking 1983/84 season, when the Minstermen celebrated 101 points in a single campaign.

York Hospital Ball have also confirmed that Ashley Chambers will be a guest this series, having been a part of the City squad that celebrated victories at Wembley Stadium twice in 2012, winning promotion back to the Football League and lifting the Isuzu FA Trophy.

Pete Jameson is also set to feature having become a regular for the Minstermen when gaining promotion back to the Vanarama National League in the 2021/22 season, having made just shy of 100 appearances for the football club.

The podcast will also celebrate York Hospital Ball turning 60 years old last weekend, having already raised thousands of pounds.

Tait is delighted to be bringing the series back for an 11th time, telling the Press: "I always take my time putting these interviews together but hope York City supporters feel it was worth the wait.

"I wanted to do something different and try to cover York City through the ages.

"Even though I’ve been doing these for a number of years now there’s something surreal about having a cup of tea made for me by Terry Dolan at his house in North Ferriby or speaking to Neil Tolson on zoom as he now lives and coaches football in America.

"We are very close to 50,000 downloads since the podcast started, that is absolutely mad but whilst people keep listening I’ll endeavour to keep churning out episodes."

The podcast can be found here, whilst donations may be made here.