Carlisle United's dramatic play-off second leg against Bradford City last year is set to feature in a new documentary about football policing.

The game at Brunton Park, which saw United win to reach Wembley amid memorable scenes, will feature in the new Channel 4 series Football Cops.

The series promises to shed light on the matchday policing operations at a number of games ranging from England internationals to the Premier League and the EFL.

And the officers who cover games at Brunton Park will be in the spotlight.

Their work at the Bradford semi-final second leg last May will be broadcast on Monday, June 24. It will also be available to stream on June 17.

The game saw a crowd of 15,401, including 1,948 Bradford fans, as Carlisle won 3-1 after extra-time to earn a 3-2 aggregate victory en route to promotion.

Victory was greeted by a huge pitch invasion as jubilant fans and players celebrated, though the scenes later earned the Blues a £5,000 fine and a warning from an independent FA regulatory commission.

The Football Cops series starts next Monday at 10pm with the first episode featuring the policing at Coventry City.

Channel 4 says it will bring viewers "an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the high-stakes world of football policing.

"Delving into the lives of law enforcement officers tasked with maintaining order and safety at matches across England, this gripping documentary promises an inside glimpse into the challenges and triumphs of this demanding role," the broadcaster adds.

"From England games to the hallowed grounds of the Premier League and beyond, “Football Cops” follows officers like Stu Spencer as they navigate the complex dynamics of matchday security.

"With tensions often running high and emotions on edge, these dedicated professionals work tirelessly to prevent trouble and ensure the safety of players and fans alike."