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23 August 2023

A look at Town’s next Sky Bet Championship fixture of the 2023/24 season

- Huddersfield Town vs Norwich City
- 3pm kick-off on Saturday 26 August 2023
- Listen along to the game via iFollow

The Terriers welcome Norwich City to the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday 26 August 2023 for a 3pm kick-off in the Sky Bet Championship.

Town got their first point on the board away at Middlesbrough last weekend and will be looking to build on that this weekend when we welcome Norwich City to the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday 26 August.


The Canaries come into this game after their 3-1 home win over Millwall on Sunday 20 August, where they were 3-0 up after 56 minutes, which means they currently sit third after three games having drawn one and won two.

Norwich City finished 13th in the Sky Bet Championship last season after they were relegated from the Premier League the season before – Josh Sargent was Norwich’s top goal scorer last year with 13 goals.

David Wagner was appointed Head Coach of our visitors in January 2023 and defeated Preston North End in his first game in charge. We held his side to a draw in March 2023 as we fought to secure safety in the Sky Bet Championship this season.


Jack Stacey

Stacey signed for Norwich City in May 2023 at the end of the 2022/23 season from Premier league side AFC Bournemouth – he made 10 appearances for the Cherries in the 2022/23 season as they avoided relegation. The 27-year-old has been involved in three promotions during his career, two with Luton helping them get from Sky Bet League Two to the Sky Bet Championship and then he made 98 appearances with Bournemouth after moving there in 2019 and helped them reach the Premier League at the end of the 2021/22 season. He has appeared in all three league games this season for Norwich.

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Jonathan Rowe

A product of the Norwich City Academy, Rowe signed his first professional contract with the club in October 2021 – he made his debut in the Premier League against Crystal Palace and then regularly featured on the wing for the rest of that campaign and made 14 appearances. Despite suffering with multiple injuries last season and only making a handful of appearances in the last games, the 20-year-old has scored in all three league games this season and also against QPR in the Carabao Cup.

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Josh Sargent

The US international joined Norwich City ahead of the 2021/22 Premier League season from German side Werder Bremen. During his full debut for Norwich City, Sargent scored twice and assisted another goal in the Canaries’ 6-0 win over AFC Bournemouth in the second round of the Carabao Cup. Sargent was the top goal scorer for Norwich City last season, scoring 13 goals – so far this season, he has already scored two goals and assisted a further goal.

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Neil Warnock will provide the latest update on his team news in his upcoming press conference on Thursday 24 August 2023.


The Terriers will be sporting their famous blue and white stripes when they welcome Norwich City to the John Smith’s Stadium for their next Sky Bet Championship fixture.

CLICK HERE to get your replica 2023/24 Umbro home kit!

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Tickets are on sale online now – CLICK HERE – priced as follow in all areas (except hospitality):

Adults - £25
65s and over - £20
18s and under - £15
Under 11s - £10


Disabled supporters should pay their relevant price class, with a companion ticket free of charge.


Supporters are strongly advised that the fastest and easiest way to join us at the John Smith’s Stadium is to purchase your ticket in advance online or via the Ticket Office in person or over the phone.

Tickets will be available from the Ticket Office on match day, but queues are likely closer to kick-off, so please purchase in advance to avoid delay.


Saturday’s match will be available to listen to on iFollow HTAFC.

Town fans will be able to listen to Saturday’s game through our live audio commentary by purchasing either a Season, Monthly or Audio Match Pass to tune in. You can purchase a Season Pass for £45, a Monthly Pass for £4.49 or an Audio Match Pass for £2.50.

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Match Reports


26 August 2023

Town defeated in the Sky Bet Championship

- Huddersfield Town 0-4 Norwich City
- Two goals in each half the difference
- Defeat at the John Smith’s Stadium

Huddersfield Town were defeated 0-4 by Norwich City at the John Smith’s Stadium this afternoon in the Sky Bet Championship.

Two first half goals and two second half goals were the difference for Norwich City against our Terriers this afternoon as we were defeated in our fourth league game of the season.

An early chance from the visitors kicked off the game this afternoon after a cross from Jonathan Rowe found the head of Josh Sargent in the middle of the box, the forward’s header was on target but went straight to Lee Nicholls’ gloves.

Town had a brilliant chance to take the lead in the fifth minute as Josh Koroma hit the post. After good work from Danny Ward out wide to create the space, Koroma drifted inside onto his right boot and curled toward the far corner. Angus Gunn was beaten, but the post was not, keeping the scores level.

A great cross was sent in by Sorba Thomas in the 10th minute, Matty Pearson couldn’t quite connect with his header to get the ball into the back of the net from by the far post.

Norwich’s first goal came from Sargent in the 11th minute; Nicholls came out of his area to clear the ball as Sargent was running onto it, however his clearance rebounded off the forward and into the back of the net. Sargent was then forced off the pitch due to an injury after his scramble in the box with Nicholls as he scored the goal – he was replaced by Adam Idah.

A penalty was then awarded to our visitors after Pearson was judged to have fouled Jonathan Rowe in the area, this was converted by Ashley Barnes and Norwich doubled their lead.

Brahima Diarra was almost clean through on the break after he reached the ball first going forward, after a great flick on by Danny Ward, but Shane Duffy brought him down and Town were awarded a free-kick. The youngster was brought down again a little while later by Duffy again, whilst he sprinted through the midfield, and the Norwich defender was shown the yellow card for this challenge.

A difficult chance fell to Ward inside the box as he spun to hit it on the half volley, but his effort went over the bar.

Gunn pulled off an incredible save to deny Josh Ruffels’ header in the final minutes of the first half, Tom Edwards had chipped the ball into the box for the header, but Gunn stretched the top corner and prevented the goal that looked as if it was going straight in.

The Canaries made it three at the start of the second half through Rowe as he ran onto a low cross and slotted the ball in by the near post from very close range.

As we tried to get a foot back in the game, Edwards had a shot from outside the box on the back of Sorba Thomas’ blocked attempt in the 56th minute, but this was saved in the bottom corner of the goal. This was followed by another save less than a minute later after Koroma’s shot from range was deflected and then saved.

Town were still looking for that goal with a lovely break following Michał Helik’s interception, which saw Koroma and Diarra exchange passes, with Koroma’s strike deflected behind for a corner.

Substitutes Pat Jones and Delano Burgzorg came on and tested the ‘keeper, with Jones forcing Gunn out of his goal and he saved the close-range shot.

Norwich scored their final goal in the 84th minute through Idah after he was crossed a low ball by Przemysław Płacheta.

Burgzorg had the last chance of the game for Town as he used his quick feet to make space for himself inside the box to shoot, but his effort went over, and Town were defeated 0-4 in the Sky Bet Championship.

Town’s Team (4-2-3-1)
Lee Nicholls; Tom Edwards, Matty Pearson, Michał Helik, Josh Ruffels; Jack Rudoni (Ben Jackson, 79’), Jonathan Hogg (c); Sorba Thomas (Delano Burgzorg, 67’), Brahima Diarra (Jaheim Headley, 86’), Josh Koroma (Pat Jones, 67’); Danny Ward (Josh Austerfield, 67’)

Unused Subs
Chris Maxwell, Rarmani Edmonds-Green, Kian Harratt, Yuta Nakayama

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