Town fans to pay respect at West Bromwich Albion match
- Remembrance Day plans for Saturday's game
- Club to pay its respects to the Armed Forces
- Shirts to be auctioned after the match
Huddersfield Town will use Saturday's Premier League game at home to West Bromwich Albion to commemorate Remembrance Day.
The Club will pay its respects to the Armed Forces and the fantastic work they do to serve and protect our country.
A minute’s silence will be held before the game to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Members of the Royal British Legion will be in attendance around the ground selling poppies, whilst soldiers from the British Army Dishforth will also make their way onto the pitch.
You will now also be able to purchase dual branded Huddersfield Town poppy pin badges in the Huddersfield Town Megastore and Terrier Store prior to the match for just £2.99.
Prior to kick-off David Horan, cornet player from Terrier Brass, will perform The Last Post during the minute’s silence and Town fans sat in the Britannia Rescue Stand will join together and show off a special poppy display.
Similarly to the Club’s away match at Liverpool, Town’s players will also have poppies printed into their home shirts.
Following the game, the match worn and signed shirts will be auctioned throughout November and December with the funds going to The Royal British Legion.
You can register your interest in Town’s shirts by clicking here.
More details on the Premier League and Royal British Legion’s auction will be publicised on htafc.com in due course.