Town face Ligue 1 side Montpellier HSC on Saturday
- Jan Siewert’s side face Montpellier on Saturday; 3pm K.O
- Ticket info and full information below
- £1 entry for Under-18s accompanied by an adult!
Huddersfield Town conclude their pre-season preparations with a visit from Ligue One side Montpellier HSC on Saturday 27 July 2019.
Jan Siewert side come into the game on the back of consecutive pre-season wins over Sky Bet League One sides Doncaster Rovers and Rochdale.
It will be the first game at the John Smith’s Stadium for Town ahead of the start of the Sky Bet Championship campaign on Monday 5 August 2019.
The game pits Jan Siewert’s side against the former Club of Steve Mounié and Isaac Mbenza who have both made the switch to West Yorkshire.
Supporters are required to pay on the gate at the John Smith’s Stadium with tickets priced as follows:
Adults & Unaccompanied Under-18s - £10
Accompanied Under-18s - £1
Supporters will be able to sit in the Revell Ward Upper and Lower Tiers and the Abzorb Stand for this fixture.
The Fantastic Media Stand and the Britannia Rescue Stand are closed for this fixture.
Supporters who can’t make it to the John Smith’s Stadium will be able to watch the game live on iFollow HTAFC!
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Town will wear their famous blue and white stripes for the game tomorrow! CLICK HERE to buy yours!
Montpellier’s Manager Michel Der Zakarian is preparing his side for a third season in charge of the Club having achieved sixth and 10th place finishes in the last two seasons.
Leading the line for La Paillade is 25-year-old attacker Gaëtan Laborde who enjoyed a fruitful first season reaching double figures across the campaign.
At the heart of the defence is Brazilian captain Vitorino Hilton who turns out consistently for the French Ligue 1 side at the impressive age of 41.
Montpellier qualified for the UEFA Europa League for the first time in their history in the 2009/10 season with a fifth-place finish in the league.
The following season was arguably their most successful winning the Ligue 1 title with now-Chelsea forward Olivier Giroud awarded the League Golden Boot scoring 21 goals and contributing nine assists.
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