Find out more about this fan-driven project…
- Project Future Terriers launched
- Initiative aims to help young Town fans
- Comment from Commercial Director Sean Jarvis
Huddersfield Town fans can donate to a special project aimed at helping local youngsters when they buy their 2016/17 Season Card, which are on sale now!
‘Project Future Terriers’ is a special crowdfunding bank account that allows fans to pay an optional extra when buying their discounted Season Card.
A fan-driven initiative, several supporters brought the idea to the Club after the #WagnerRevolution Season Card prices for the 2016/17 season were confirmed at just £179 adults, £69 for 8-17 year olds and £23 for Under-8s for the initial 15,000.
The idea was discussed at the February ‘All Together Town’ meeting and subsequently the Club has setup the account.
Fans can now choose to pay a bit extra, with the additional cash going straight into the Project Future Terriers account.
It’s completely optional, with any amount from £1 upwards being permitted.
For example, an adult fan could choose to buy a Season Card for £200, with the extra £21 going straight to Project Future Terriers.
Fans who wish to pay extra towards Project Future Terriers can donate online (increments of £5, £10, £15 and £21) or via the Ticket Office.
Account name - HTAFC Project Future Terriers
Account number - 03886135
Account sort code - 30 94 43
As the 2016/17 season approaches, fans will be given the chance to vote on what the money in the account will specifically be used for, with the overall goal to help local youngsters come to games next season.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented:
“When the Season Card prices were announced, several fans approached the Club with ideas of the same ilk; to create a crowdfunding account that will go towards creating the next generation of Huddersfield Town fan.
“Everyone at the Club thinks it’s a fantastic idea and I believe it showcases the generosity of Huddersfield Town fans.
“I genuinely believe this account could grow and allow us to do something special for the young fans in our area.”