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2 May 2019

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Valuable information ahead of Town’s match against Manchester United

- Supporters asked to arrive at Town vs Manchester United early
- Messages from West Yorkshire Police ahead of Premier League game
- Travel information for supporters heading to the John Smith’s Stadium

Town is working with West Yorkshire Police and the Stadium Safety Officers to ensure that everyone gets to the game and inside the John Smith’s Stadium with ease ahead of the Club’s final home Premier League game.

With this, the Club asks all supporters from both teams to arrive at the John Smith’s Stadium earlier than usual to allow plenty of time for ticket and security checks.

If you get to the game early, you will also be able to applaud the cyclists that took part in the Pedal for Pounds 10 with Made By Cooper ride. They are doing a lap of honour ahead of kick-off, so please show your support.

If you’re driving to the John Smith’s Stadium, then please head to the ground with a good amount of time due to road closures.

The Vaisakhi Parade, which starts in Fartown, will set off between 12.45pm and 1.15pm, which will cause subsequent road closures.

The parade will start from Hillhouse Lane (in Fartown) and pass though Willow Lane, St. John’s Road, John William Street, Queen Street, Queensgate, High Street and Merton Street before finishing at Prospect Street.

Following the final whistle, Huddersfield Town kindly asks supporters to stay in their seats and not to enter the pitch.

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