Under-18 tickets priced at just £3 in all areas- HTAFC vs Burton Albion on Saturday 1 April 2017
- Town supporters encouraged to bring ‘Fans of the Future’
- Under-18 tickets priced at £3 in all areas
Huddersfield Town fans are encouraged to introduce youngsters to ‘the Terriers’ way’ by bringing them to the Sky Bet Championship game against Burton Albion at the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday 1 April 2017!
Town’s first ever competitive match against the Brewers is being dedicated to ‘Fans of the Future’, with the Club making the game more accessible to Under-18s by reducing their admission price to just £3 in all areas.
As always, there will be loads for youngsters to enjoy on match day as well as the 90 minutes of Sky Bet Championship action on the pitch!
The PPG Canalside Fanzone will be in full swing at the training ground, with the action starting at 11am as Town’s Under-18 side hosts Crystal Palace in the latest Professional Development League game of the season. You can come down and watch on the pitch over the canal for free!
After that, why not watch ‘Boothy’s Beer & Banter’ from 12.30pm, where Club Ambassador Andy Booth will be joined by a special guest from the footballing world for an hour’s entertainment, or take part in the many fun games outside or even see some professional wrestlers?
After you’ve enjoyed a full morning at the fanzone, there is even more in store in and around the Fantastic Media Family Stand on match days. As well as appearances from Town mascots Terry and Tilly the Terrier, there will be face painters, balloon modellers, jugglers on hand to provide the entertainment!
Huddersfield Town is dedicated to providing an excellent experience for families. Andrew Harris recently contacted the Club to let us know he was attending a game for the first time with his son, Evan. After watching Town beat Reading 1-0, he had this to say about their experience:
“I just wanted to contact you to say a really big "Thank You!".
“The way that that you handled all my questions with really clear and helpful answers was wonderful and meant that when we came we were clear on what we needed to do and could bring with us. This meant a lot as, being our first time coming, we were not stressing about the "little things" and could concentrate on getting there with plenty of time to spare, get through the turnstiles and find our seats.
“As a Dad, it was wonderful to see Evan getting so excited about his first match but what was really thrilling was seeing his face when Terry came to his seat to say hello and when he was given the Town card with all the teams autographs on. It was a lovely gesture and one he really appreciated and I know he will treasure it in the future.
“The real icing on the cake was winning 1-0 on his first match.
“He is already asking when we will be coming back again. Due to various other commitments, it looks like we will have to wait until the Burton match but it will be worth it.
“Once again many thanks to you both and to all of Town for your kindness and professionalism and for giving us a night to remember.”
If you are bringing the next generation of Town fans to the Burton game for the first time, let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure you let us know where you are sitting!
For more information on what happens on a HTAFC match day, click HERE to download our Fan Guide.
Get your tickets for the Burton game online; you can print them off at home for free! Click HERE
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