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30 May 2016

Draw sponsored by Boxers & Briefs

- HTAFC launches Euro 2016 draw
- Tickets available for just £1
- First prize of £2,016 on offer

Huddersfield Town's Euro 2016 draw takes place on Wednesday - and you can still get your ticket to be in with a chance of winning the first prize of £2,016!

The draw will take place on Wednesday 1 June 2016 at the John Smith’s Stadium, with tickets priced at just £1 each in books of 10.

Tickets are available to buy online HERE.

The first 24 tickets drawn out will then be randomly assigned one of the qualifying teams for the Euro 2016 tournament. The further your team progresses, the more you will win!

- The winning team will receive £2,016
- £200 for the runner-up
- Losers in the semi-finals get £100 each
- £50 for losing quarter finalists
- Teams that drop out at the second round get £25
- First round losers take £10

All proceeds from the draw, which is sponsored by Boxers & Briefs, will be invested back into the Huddersfield Town Academy.
All stubs need to be received by 10am on the day of the draw to qualify!

Winners will be notified within seven days of the draw date and results will be published on, in the Club’s two retail stores and on the Club’s official Twitter and Facebook page.

Should you require any additional tickets or information, please do not hesitate to contact the Promotions Department on 01484 484146 or email where a member of staff will be pleased to assist you.

If you join the Blue & White Foundation now, you will receive an exclusive limited edition Huddersfield Town Euro 2016 polo shirt!

Huddersfield Town Head Coach David Wagner got together with three of Town’s First Team squad members to showcase the shirts, with different ones for the nations represented that have qualified for Euro 2016.

David is wearing the German shirt, with Jonathan Hogg in the England top, Emyr Huws wearing Wales and Joe Murphy in the Republic of Ireland polo!

These can be purchased by existing members for £30. There’s a choice of red, white or blue for England, with a limited number in the colours of Ireland, Wales and Germany.

Click HERE to join the Blue & White Foundation online now!

Visit the Boxers and Briefs website - click HERE

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