Information on Town’s home fixture this weekend- Lots in store at Saturday's game vs Birmingham City
- Activity planned for Town's annual Remembrance Game
- Match day starts at PPG Canalside at 11am
Huddersfield Town will host its annual Remembrance Game when Birmingham City visits the John Smith’s Stadium in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday.
Ahead of the 3pm kick-off, the Club will hold a minute’s silence to remember those connected with Huddersfield Town who have given their lives in active service of their countries.
Members of the Royal British Legion will be on site all day holding a bucket collection, whilst Yorkshire Regiment solider Patrick Carrig will lead the teams out of the tunnel ahead of the game.
Town’s kit will not carry a poppy on it this weekend; that will instead happen when the EFL holds its Remembrance Weekend on 19 November, when the Terriers take on Cardiff City in Wales.
There’s more information on the Town players who have lost their lives in active service in Saturday’s match day programme GUAH, as well as details of life at the Club during the war years. Head Coach David Wagner is the feature interview; he looks back at his first year as Huddersfield Town boss. Click HERE for a full preview of what to expect in this weekend’s programme!
To learn more about Saturday’s opponent Birmingham City, click HERE to read a full match preview.
Watch what Head Coach David Wagner had to say about the game in his pre-match press conference courtesy of HTTV; click HERE.
Fans can also win £6,000 with Saturday’s Golden Gamble draw during the half-time interval; find out more HERE!
Season Card holders have the option of transferring to the Chadwick Lawrence (South) Stand to sit with the NSL this weekend, with one turnstile open for people to access using their Season Card on the day. Click HERE for more information.
Before the 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium, match day starts down the road at PPG Canalside! Tony Carss’ Under-18 side hosts Hull City on the pitch over the canal in an 11am kick-off (click HERE for a match preview) before snooker legend Willie Thorne joins Andy Booth for ‘Boothy’s Beer & Banter' in the Radcliffe Suite at 12.30pm.
There are special activities for families at the training ground this weekend including an appearance from Terry the Terrier, face painters and much more. Food is also available from the pre-match menu at the PPG Canalside kitchen.
There are still a limited number of tickets available for Saturday’s game in the FM Stand Lower Tier for £5; click HERE to buy online!
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