Huddersfield Town players met with young supporters over the October half-term
- First Team and Town Women players visited the Town Foundation
- HTAFC Megastore hosted signing sessions for supporters
- Watch a full video on them below
Huddersfield Town First Team players were out and about in the local community during the October half-term!
Young supporters were able to meet their heroes at a number of different Town Foundation events, as well as at special signing sessions.
First Team and Women’s Team players like Terence Kongolo, Alex Pritchard, Kamil Grabara, Tommy Elphick, Ryan Schofield, Herbert Bockhorn, Charley Evans and Laura Carter all came down to meet the youngsters at Town Foundation Tomorrow’s Terriers sessions.
Midfielder Jonathon Hogg also came down to the camp to make a special visit to young Town fan Leon and made his dream of meeting his favourite player come true!
😮When Hoggy met Leon...— Huddersfield Town Foundation (@htafcfoundation) October 31, 2019
😃We are super happy that Leon's dream came true and he got to meet his favourite #htafc player today!
💙He was super excited! https://t.co/jPxZwiz6e4 pic.twitter.com/CyaWKUmrIt
During the Tomorrow’s Terriers sessions, the players were on hand to answer questions from the aspiring supporters.
The Premier League Kicks programme was re-launched by the Town Foundation, providing young people in the community with free footballing and sport sessions, giving them the pathway to achieve their potential.
As well as visiting the camps, Elphick and Schofield were in attendance at the PL Kicks programme and spent time getting pictures and answering questions in a Q&A session with the youngsters.
Queues of Town fans gathered outside the HTAFC Megastore, as the Club hosted multiple signing sessions through the holidays.
Town stars such as Trevoh Chalobah, Danny Simpson, Christopher Schindler and Juninho Bacuna were all in attendance to sign shirts, flags and much more for the excited supporters.
Huddersfield Town continues to do all it can to be a critical part of the community.