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6 October 2017

Club News


6 October 2017

Super-fan first to be given a specially ‘H’ pin badge

- Maureen Procter given special ‘H’ pin badge
- Super-fan receives badge for being a great ambassador for Huddersfield
- More badges will be handed out by Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town super-fan Maureen Procter received the first ‘H’ badge for being a great ambassador for the Club and for Huddersfield.

The pin badges were specially commissioned to portray the message of #backinghuddersfield, showing support for Huddersfield.

The ‘H’ label pin badge, features the three stars from Town’s crest, which is proudly shown off by Maureen on the image above.

Maureen is the first person to be handed a ‘H’ badge officially by the Club, after an original 250 had been given to businesses and partners of the Club who attended the Business Breakfast at the John Smith’s Stadium ahead of the Tottenham Hotspur match.

After being given the pin-badge Maureen spoke of her delight to #HTTV.

Mrs Procter, now 84, attended her first Town match in 1943 as a special treat organised by her father after getting into a Grammar School and has been hooked ever since.

She owned her first ‘Ladies Season Card’ at the age of 18 and has since gone out of her way ever since to benefit the Club and be pioneer for Huddersfield whenever she can, including being the Chairman of the Huddersfield Town Supporters Club (now HTSA) for over 20 years.

A number of fans will recognise Maureen from Town matches and she has avidly followed the Club to all home/away games, whilst also travelling abroad to watch Town during their training camps and friendlies.

It isn’t only the First Team that she has follows, she recently went to watch Town’s Academy in Guernsey and travelled to Dortmund last year to wave off Town’s Pedal for Pounds 8 cyclists.

Not only this, but Maureen has also been recently learning German to speak to Head Coach David Wagner, Assistant Head Coach Christoph Buehler and the German players in their native language.

Maureen received the first ‘H’ pin badge and the Club will continue to be handed out to supporters and people in the local area, who have gone out of their way to become a great ambassador for both their Club and Huddersfield.

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