Be part of a historic first for Huddersfield Town’s Women
- Town Women to play SSE FA Cup game at the John Smith’s Stadium
- Historic first for Huddersfield Town Women
- Game takes place on Sunday 26 January 2020; 1pm kick-off
You can be a part of John Smith’s Stadium history by watching Huddersfield Town Women!
On Sunday 26 January 2020 the Women will play their first ever game at the John Smith’s Stadium as they take on Ipswich Town in the SSE Women’s FA Cup Fourth Round.
The game will kick-off at 1pm and Huddersfield Town supporters can attend!
Admission is priced at £5 for adults (Under-16s are free with a paying adult) and £3 for concessions (Under-16s and Over-60s), with every supporter asked to pay at the gate. The turnstiles will open at 12.30pm.
If the scores are level after 90 minutes, the match will go to extra-time and then penalties.
Town’s Women come into the game off the back of an emphatic 12-0 win over Doncaster Belles!
Four goals from Laura Elford and a hat-trick from Kate Mallin fired the Terriers to victory and into the next round of the County Cup.
You can watch the highlights below on #HTTV!
Huddersfield Town Women have had success in the SSE Women’s FA Cup over recent seasons, reaching the Fifth Round of the competition during the 2018/19 campaign. They were beaten by Women’s Super League side West Ham United, which was full of international starts.
Ashley Vickers’ side has continued to do well in the cup competition this season. They beat Stoke City in the Second Round on penalties before producing a magnificent comeback against Loughborough Foxes to progress into the Fourth Round.
The Women will be looking to replicate last year’s successes by progressing to the Fifth Round, however, Ipswich Town Women stand in their way. This is the first time the Tractors Girls have reached for the Fourth Round of the competition, they beat Portsmouth in the last round.
Ipswich Town Women are currently a division below the Terriers, competing in the FA Women’s National League Division 1 South East (fourth tier of Women’s football).
However, they have excelled so far this season sitting top of their division with 25 points from 10 games, only losing once.
Huddersfield Town Women currently sit sixth in the FA Women’s National League - Northern Premier Division Table. The Terriers have picked up 16 points from nine games.
For more information on the Town Women follow @htafcwomen on Twitter!