Which favourite Town memory do you want?
As part of the ‘Football Memories’ game against Derby County on Saturday 15 September, Town fans have a unique opportunity to select the picture to go on the cover of ‘Give Us An H’ – the Club’s official match day magazine!
Town will commemorate one of the 10 following iconic photos, but which one depends on your votes – please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with your selection (A-J) before 9am on Monday 10 September!
A - Jimmy Glazzard
A pic of the prolific Town striker netting a typically towering header during an 8-2 win over Everton at Leeds Road in April 1953.
B - Herbert Chapman
The man that masterminded the majority of the ‘Thrice Championship’ team of the 1920s – a true innovator in the area of football management.
C - Denis Law
A famous photo of the Scottish legend from January 1957 as he started to make a name for himself with the Terriers.
D - Mick Buxton
A real cult hero at the Club due to his work at Huddersfield Town, this picture shows him celebrating promotion in April 1980.
E - Steve Kindon
Ever-popular striker ‘Kindo’ is shown celebrating Town’s 100th goal of the successful 1979/80 season as Town romp to the Division Four Championship.
F - Mark Lillis
The former Town – and Derby – player and current Academy Manager celebrates a goal at the Dalton Bank End in the 1980/81 campaign.
G - Phil Starbuck
Starbuck netted the final ever goal in a competitive game at the old Leeds Road ground as the Terriers beat visitors Blackpool 2-1.
H – Lee Sinnott
Captain Sinnott lifts the trophy in the Royal Box at the old Wembley Stadium as Neil Warnock’s men secure promotion at the expense of Bristol Rovers.
I – Andy Booth
The Club icon, and current Club Ambassador, lifts the trophy at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium after the penalty shootout win over Mansfield Town.
J – Peter Clarke
Town’s skipper celebrates the dramatic, nail-biting shootout win over Sheffield United in the changing rooms at the new Wembley.
For more info on what’s in store at the Derby game, click HERE