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ALL TOGETHER TOWN

In the 2013/14 season, the Club introduced the ‘All Together Town’ fan engagement programme whereby Directors and Club staff meet with a panel of supporters every three months to gain feedback on a wide variety of important issues.

There are currently 13 individual panel members as well as five supporter groups on the ATT Voices Panel, please find more information about them below.

Should you wish to raise a point for discussion at an ATT meeting, please contact Supporter Services Team on supporterservices@htafc.com or on 01484 960 696 alternatively contact Huddersfield Town Supporters Association who are represented at the meetings enquiries@htsa-web.com.

Voices Panel

Phil Speight

I have been supporting Town since I took my youngest son to a match when he was six years old and I was hooked instantly; I now sit in the Fantastic Media Upper just behind the goal.

I run the Huddersfield Town Family Friendly Facebook Group and as part of the ATT I am also leading a sub-committee to support the club in improving catering at the Stadium. This includes the service received, products delivered to fans, and any other catering related queries in a match day.

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Shereen Putnam

I have supported Town since 2012/2013 when my Dad took me to my first game. I am a Season Card Holder and sit in the Family Media Upper with many members of my family.

I am proud of Town’s commitment to charity work and would like to support that as much as possible. I would also like to advocate for women at the game.

 

Sian Bex

I sit in the LV=Britannia Rescue Stand (Z149) and have supported Town for around 20 years, starting after my interest in football was encouraged by a Charlton supporting step father whilst living in Suffolk.

I am particularly interested in getting more people interested in Town and how we do that in the community as well as accessibility and improving the food/refreshments on offer.

Mark Rollinson

I sit in the LV=Britannia Rescue Stand, mid stand, Row H and I've been following the Club regularly home and away for the last 25 years and was a ball boy at Leeds Road.

I joined ATT to have a voice on stadium atmosphere and have been so impressed with what the Cowshed Loyal has achieved, a group I support but am not involved in.

Dan Barnes

I bought my first Town Season Card in 2005 and have had one ever since; I sit in the LV=Britannia Rescue stand, D137, on the half way line.

I enjoy being on the ATT Panel and have a general interest in the Club.

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Dariush Shoghi

I have supported Town for 20+ years, attending games with my Dad and Sister where we sit together in the Chadwick Lawrence Stand.


I joined ATT in order to support the Club with initiatives and key decisions around all aspects of our Club, specifically ensuring fans have a voice as part of this process. Improving the match day experience, particularly for families, is one of my key focus areas.

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Kevin McCarthy

I have supported Town since my Dad first took me in the mid 1960s (Dinsdale, Leighton, McHale etc.) and currently sit in the Kilner Bank. I attend the majority of away games and have a particular interest in the experience for away fans.

I am also interested in disability issues as well as the challenge of engaging with minority groups.

 

Mark Overend

I went to my first Town match in the 1982/83 season and was hooked ever since; I currently sit in the Revell Ward Upper Tier.

After attending my first ATT meeting, I have always wanted to be involved in making some improvements to our Club and I believe the group has helped shape some of the decisions made by Town, including Season Card pricing and the creation of the Cowshed Loyal.

Anne Miller

I have supported Town for 30 years now, since the age of 7.

I have sat in few areas of the new stadium and Leeds Road, this includes the Riverside Upper Tier (sorry I still remember the old names!) and the Panasonic Upper Tier.

However, I now currently sit in the White Rose Club (in the Revell Ward Upper Tier) and have done so for a few years now.

 

Andy Lister

I sit in the Revell Ward Lower Stand, H133.

I have been supporting the Club since 1970 and I am interested in improving the atmosphere and supporting Town’s Charity Partners.

Chris Rowan

I sit in the Revell Ward Lower Tier, Block 3 (edge of penalty area by away fans) and I've been supporting Town since 1988!

I am particularly interested in the Stadium catering service, match day experience and enjoyment (aside from on the field!), supporting Club initiatives like Season Card promotions in recent seasons, media/technology, retail merchandise etc.

Marcus Garside

I’ve supported Town ever since my Dad took me in 1969 and have been a Season Card holder since 1978, as well as a Patron since the memberships started.

I am also a Blue & White  member and have been involved with the HTSA for over 10 years as Treasurer.

I currently sit in the Revell Ward Lower Tier (P83) and I’ve been on the ATT Catering sub-panel and have always been interested in the atmosphere, going back to Leeds Road days.

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James Tattersfield

I joined the ATT panel in November 2021 to help support the Club in providing the very best matchday experience which caters to every single fan.

I want every single Town fan to be proud of our amazing Club like I am.

 

HTSA

"HTSA is an independent and democratic trust that seeks to represent the interests of Huddersfield Town supporters."

You can find out more about the HTSA by CLICKING HERE

Cowshed Loyal

A representative of the group attends the ATT meetings.

Details and contact information can be found via their website, or by CLICKING HERE

 

 

Ryan - Proud Terriers

I sit in the LV=Britannia Rescue Stand and I am a lifelong Town fan, having been going to matches ever since I was a little boy.

I run the Proud Terriers group and can be contacted via Twitter; @proudterriers 

HTSA Disabled Supporters Association

Do you want to know about the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters Association? CLICK HERE to find out more.

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