Details on Town-backed initiative
- Town backs ‘On the Ball’ campaign to help become more inclusive
- Free sanitary products available in female & accessible toilets around Stadium
- Find out more about the campaign
Huddersfield Town is delighted to share details of its support for the ‘On the Ball’ campaign.
Starting from Saturday’s game against Crystal Palace, female supporters will now be able to access a variety of free sanitary items in female & accessible toilets around the Stadium on home match days, and fans are welcome to use them where necessary.
Over a quarter of all Premier League supporters are women and Huddersfield Town is one of a number of Clubs to get involved with the movement.
🏟️ #htafc is happy to pledge its support for the @OnTheBaw campaign and will provide free sanitary products at the @johnsmithstadia.— Huddersfield Town (@htafcdotcom) August 31, 2018
Details to follow on https://t.co/mq3vZGGdNY in due course (CL) pic.twitter.com/fSgnrYfSVQ
The ‘On the Ball’ campaign looks to increase visibility for female football fans whilst encouraging Football Clubs to be more forward thinking and inclusive for supporters.
Supporter Services Manager, Robyn Kennerdale commented:
“The Club prides itself on its ‘One Club, One Community’ mentality and we feel this is a step we can take in the right direction as we strive to be as inclusive as we possibly can.
“On the Ball has gathered a lot of national attention recently and we thought this was something that we could put into place to the benefit of our supporters.”