Skip to main content Skip to site footer
Club News


26 February 2016

Message of inclusion promoted at Ipswich game

- 'Town For All' message at Ipswich game
- Terriers support Kick It Out & Football v Homophobia
- Find out what else is in store on Saturday

Huddersfield Town will send out a message of inclusion when the team hosts Ipswich at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday 27 February.

The Club holds a dedicated ‘Town for All’ game each season, aiming to demonstrate the inclusive and multi-cultural nature of the English game involving supporters and players alike.

Huddersfield Town has been a proud supporter of the ‘Kick It Out’ campaign since its inception and was also among the first professional clubs to sign up to the ‘Football vs. Homophobia’ charter in 2013; click HERE for full info.

Huddersfield Town’s Supporter Partnerships Manager Robyn Deegan commented:

“Huddersfield Town is committed to this cause and this dedicated game will provide a platform for fans, players and staff to show our commitment to equality and inclusion in football.

“We want everyone to feel welcome at Huddersfield Town and want to come back time and time again. We’re proud of our hard-earned reputation as a community club and our ‘Town for All’ game will only further this status.” 

HTAFC Futsal scholars will play their role by parading a ‘Kick It Out’ flag as the teams enter the field of play. 

Town and Ipswich players will both wear KIO t-shirts during their warm up, as will Club mascot Terry the Terrier. 

If you ever hear anything at Town matches that makes you feel uncomfortable or you believe qualifies as abusive behaviour, you can contact our report line. Phone or text 07741 528949, telling us which block and stand you are in. 

Alternatively ‘Kick It Out’ has its own reporting lines; email, call 0800 169 9414, tweet @kickitout, visit or download the official ‘Kick It Out’ App from the App Store or Google Play.

Buy your tickets for HTAFC vs Ipswich HERE.

Huddersfield Town’s official club photographer John Early is currently holding a Football vs Homophobia exhibition at the National Football Museum; click HERE for more info.

Advertisement block