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8 November 2017

Brass Band on England duty

- Terrier Brass to play at the next two England matches
- Games take place on Friday 10 November and Tuesday 14 November
- Band to play when England face Germany and Brazil at Wembley Stadium

Huddersfield Town’s Brass Group, ‘Terrier Brass’ are to perform at both the England games scheduled to take place over the course of the upcoming international break.

‘Terrier Brass’ made their first appearance on the Expect Distribution trailer at the Perrys Fanzone at PPG Canalside ahead of the Tottenham Hotspur game and have since gone on to play a part on several other Huddersfield Town matchdays.

Most recently Cornet Player, Dave Horan played the Last Post whilst both sides observed a minute’s silence ahead of Town’s designated Remembrance Day game against West Bromwich Albion at the John Smith’s Stadium last Saturday.

The band will join forces with the current six members of the ‘England Band’ to play at the friendlies against Germany on Friday 10 November and then Brazil on Tuesday 14 November, both at Wembley Stadium.

The ‘Terrier Brass’ band consists of Town fans and talented musicians that have played in some of the very best brass bands and orchestras from around the world.

Leigh Baker, Terrier Brass manager told us:

“It’s a great honour to line up for England and we are looking forward to blowing our own trumpets in representing both Huddersfield Town and England.

“Many of us were at Wembley for the Play-Off Finals and hope we can help bring a little bit of HTAFC’s red hot atmosphere into the National Stadium”

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