Copies of Town’s match day programme ‘The Terrier’ are available for just £3.50
- Pick up your copy of The Terrier ahead of the Leicester City match
- Exclusive interviews with Ben Hamer and Ben Chilwell
- Special features included for designated No Room for Racism game
Huddersfield Town’s match day programme, The Terrier, is available to purchase ahead of the Club’s Premier League game against Leicester City.
This weekend’s copy of The Terrier helps mark the 25th anniversary of Kick It Out. Since 1993 Kick It Out has evolved into an organisation that fights all forms of discrimination in every English Football League. We look at the incredible work the organisation has put in, as well as the Shown Racism the Red Card event that the Town Foundation put on for 90 school children.
This week’s main player is Ben Hamer, who gives an exclusive insight into his four years at Leicester City. He talks about fighting for a First Team spot and the impact that Vichai Srivaddhanaphraba had on the Club.
There’s also an exclusive interview with Ben Chilwell! The Leicester City and England left-back, looking back fondly on his short loan spell with the Terriers and explained how David Wagner added an extra dimension to his game.
Christopher Schindler tells us who his first football idol was in the ‘Past, Future, Present’ feature, and Jonas Lössl tells us why it doesn’t matter that he’s one of the slowest players is in ‘My Teammates’.
Not only this, but former Leicester City winger and now BBC Radio Leicester Summariser, Matt Piper, gives an insight into what Town are up against on Saturday against the Foxes, whilst you can get a complete lowdown on this weekend’s opponent in the away section.
There will also be the usual columns from Head Coach Jan Siewert, Chairman Dean Hoyle and Captain Christopher Schindler.
You can purchase a copy of the special programme from around the John Smith’s Stadium, the Stadium Superstore and from the PPG Canalside Fanzone.
The programme, printed by Ignition, will cost £3.50 for 84 pages of exclusive Town content ahead of the 3pm kick-off at the John Smith’s Stadium.