Nickname: The Terriers.
Founded in 1908, Huddersfield Town were managed
by Bill Shankly in the 1950s before he went on to become a legend at
A couple of talented young players in Bill Shankly's
Huddersfield side were Denis Law and Ray Wilson, a member of the England
team that won the
1966 World Cup.
History of Huddersfield Town.
Visiting John Smith's Stadium
Kirklees Stadium replaced the old Huddersfield home
at Leeds Road, in 1994.
Located north-east of Huddersfield train station,
the stadium is about twenty five minutes walk from the centre of
For those arriving by car, Huddersfield is off the
M62; between Manchester and Leeds.
Hotel Prices in Huddersfield.
Huddersfield became the first English club to
win three successive league titles, in 1926. Only three other clubs have
managed the feat since then; Arsenal,
League Champions (3)
1923-24, 1924-25, 1925-26.
FA Cup Winners (1)
League Cup Winners (0)
Semi-finalists in 1968.
FA Community (Charity) Shield (1)
2017-2018 Fixtures and Results
Crystal Palace (a)
Steve Mounié's brace along with a Crystal Palace own-goal ensured
Huddersfield Town's Premier League campaign began with an impressive
Aaron Mooy's goal five minutes into the second half sealed back-to-back
Premier League victories for Huddersfield Town as the Club defeated
fellow promoted side Newcastle United.
Huddersfield Town maintained it's unbeaten start to the 2017/18 Premier
League campaign with yet another clean-sheet in the 0-0 draw against
West Ham (a)
Second-half strikes from Pedro Obiang and Andre Ayew condemned
Huddersfield Town to it's first defeat of the 2017/18 Premier League
The John Smiths Stadium faithful were in for a treat as Town and
Leicester City shared the spoils whilst playing out an entertaining 1-1
David Wagner's Terriers earned yet a well-deserved Premier League point
after holding Burnley to a goalless draw at Turf Moor.
Spurs (H) 30 Sep 12:30
Swansea (a) 14 Oct 15:00
Man Utd (H) 21 Oct 15:00
Liverpool (a) 0:3
West Brom (H) 04 Nov 15:00
Bournemouth (a) 18 Nov 15:00
Man City (H) 26 Nov 16:00
Arsenal (a) 29 Nov 19:45
Everton (a) 02 Dec 15:00
Brighton (H) 09 Dec 15:00
Chelsea (H) 12 Dec 19:45
Watford (a) 16 Dec 15:00
Southampton (a) 23 Dec 15:00
Stoke (H) 26 Dec 15:00
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