Lots of benefits for young Town fans!- HTAFC's new junior membership scheme
- Long-standing Young Terriers club brought in-house
- Lots of benefits for junior Town fans including a free scarf!
Join Huddersfield Town's Young Terriers group and bring your free scarf to our match against Wigan Athletic on Monday 28 November!
The Young Terriers membership scheme was relaunched in tandem with the existing Young Terriers group, the new-look scheme is available to all Town fans aged under 18 years old and boasts benefits exclusive to members!
Upon joining, Young Terriers will receive a special membership card and an exclusive Young Terriers scarf, which can be picked up from the Stadium Superstore whenever convenient.
You can bring your free scarf to the Club's scarf match against Wigan Athletic on Monday 28 November.
Members will also receive a special signed photo from one of the more popular members of Town’s squad, Michael Hefele!
The Young Terriers will also get the chance to vote for their Player of the Season, with a new Young Terriers award being added to the Club’s prestigious Annual Awards ceremony in May.
Ahead of every Saturday home match day at the John Smith’s Stadium, there will also be hour-long football sessions held at the Zone on St. Andrew’s Road for Young Terriers members from 12.30pm. You’ll receive full details of this in your membership pack when you join.
Other special events exclusively for Young Terriers members throughout the course of the season. Keep checking the new Young Terriers section on htafc.com for more information!
Young Terriers membership will be priced at £15 for the first calendar year. If you join now, you’ll receive the rest of 2016 completely FREE before your 2017 membership kicks in!
Click HERE to join now online!
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis explained:
“Everyone at the Club is very excited to launch this new junior membership scheme, which I’m sure will be very popular with our youngster fans!
“The Young Terriers is already an established brand at Huddersfield Town as an independent supporters’ club formed way back in 1983. I know a lot of supporters will have been ‘Young Terriers’ back in the day, including the head of our current main club sponsor PURE Legal, Phil Hodgkinson.
“Recently the staff involved with Young Terriers approached us asking for help and so it seems like the ideal opportunity for the Club to relaunch and rebrand the Young Terriers.
“Now we’re looking forward to working together to make the Young Terriers appeal to our younger fans, who are vital to the long-term sustainability of the Club.”
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