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16 February 2015

A preview of what to expect at the Cardiff game

This Saturday sees the third HTAFC ‘School Focus’ game of the season take place, with over 1,000 local school children and their families expected to pack out the Fantastic Media Upper Family area!
The EA Sports Dugout will be coming to Town, situated from noon outside the Revell Ward Lower Tier turnstiles 1-4. The EA Sports Dugout is a state-of-the-art exhibition trailer that allows visitors to trial the latest EA Sports video games on High-Definition technology on the Xbox One and iPad.

There will be FREE face painting and balloon modelers from Artifaces, as well as a Football skills area run by HTAFC Football in the Community staff inside turnstiles 44-47.
Players will also be taking #htafcsnaps with fans in the family area; a gallery of the photos will be uploaded to our Facebook page early next week, so you can see them for yourself. If you get any pictures on the day please tweet them to us @htafcdotcom and include the hashtag #htafcsnaps!
Click HERE to see a gallery of photos from the last Schools Focus game vs Birmingham City when players Joel Lynch, Murray Wallace, Ed Wilczynski, William Boyle and Ben Atkinson were in the Family Stand!
Terry the Terrier will be around as always, along with the Town Foundation mascot Captain Booth as will the Club’s match day helpers the Town Family who will be handing out blue and white flags pre-match!
Club partner Rastrick Juniors will be doing the Guard of Honour; click HERE for more information on how your junior club can take part in match day experiences like this for FREE by becoming a Club partner!

The HTAFC Schools Partnership is supported by Syngenta; for more information click HERE. It is a FREE scheme whereby local schools can receive discounted tickets, cashback and player appearances. To find out more about the scheme please email
Get involved with the fun on Saturday – click HERE for info on Town’s ‘Family Values’ ticket!

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