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12 July 2019

Match Previews


12 July 2019

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Town will face 2. Bundesliga side Hamburger SV in Austria on Saturday

- Town to face Hamburger SV at Sportplatz Kitzbühel-Langau
- Supporters can watch the game live on iFollow HTAFC
- Final game in Austria for Jan Siewert’s side

Huddersfield Town will face 2. Bundesliga side Hamburger SV on Saturday (13 July 2019) in the Club’s final friendly of the Austria training camp.

This will be the Terriers’ third game during the intense eight-day camp after Jan Siewert’s side drew with and then beat German Club Greuther Fürth.

The game held at Sportplatz Kitzbühel-Langau will kick-off at 4pm local time (3pm UK) and supporters can attend!


10 € advance purchase for adults (available until noon on match day)
12 € adults at the gate
6 € concessions at the gate

Tickets for the game can be purchased at Tourismusverband (Tourism Association), Sparkasse (Bank), Intersport Kitzsport and during Training sessions (of HSV).


From Kirchberg: Supporters can get the Bus 4004 to Kitzbühel Hammerschmiedstraße and then the Bus 4002 to Kitzbühel Langau. The Stadium is just a small walk from there.


Supporters who haven’t travelled to Austria can watch the game live on iFollow HTAFC!

All you need to do is subscribe by purchasing a Monthly Pass or a Season Pass and then you can watch the Hamburger SV game and the Town’s other pre-season friendlies through iFollow HTAFC.

CLICK HERE to subscribe to iFollow HTAFC!

During the 2018/19 campaign, Hamburger SV finished fourth in the 2. Bundesliga table narrowly missing out on an immediate return to the German top-flight.

Hamburger SV’s relegation in 2018 was the first time the Club had dropped out of the Bundesliga.

The Club finished one point below second-placed SC Paderborn 07 and third-placed FC Union Berlin after winning one of their last seven league games.

The Hamburger SV squad boasts a number of internationals that Town fans may recognise. Centre-backs David Bates and Kyriakos Papadopoulos have played for Scotland and Greece respectively, whilst attacking midfielder Aaron Hunt has been capped three times by Germany.

Two members of the German side’s squad have played against Huddersfield Town before! Goalkeeper Daniel Heuer Fernandes played against the Terriers for Darmstadt 98 last season and Austrian striker Lukas Hinterseer played against Town in 2016 for FC Ingolstadt.

You can also follow live match updates from the game through the Club’s Twitter account; @htafcdotcom.

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