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TOWN TAKES PRECAUTIONS OVER CORONAVIRUS

10 March 2020

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Several operational changes put in place as a precaution

- Huddersfield Town takes precautions due to coronavirus
- Access to PPG Canalside restricted to essential personnel
- Players visits also suspended until further notice

Due to the developing situation regarding coronavirus, Huddersfield Town is taking several precautionary operational measures until further notice.

The Club’s training ground, PPG Canalside, will be closed to everyone except Club staff and essential personnel. As a result, Academy fixtures will be played behind-closed-doors, with no spectators admitted.

Supporters will be able to keep up to date with the action from Academy games via htafc.com and the Club’s dedicated Academy Twitter account, @htafcacademy.

Town players will not take part in the usual pre and post-match activities with supporters or sponsors including, but not limited to, attending the pre-match Fanzone, Man of the Match presentations and signing autographs for supporters around the Stadium.

There will also be no match day mascots at home games at the John Smith’s Stadium until further notice.

In view of this and as a gesture to our supporters we are waiving the telephone booking fee on Season Cards to avoid supporters travelling to the Ticket Office unnecessarily. We would recommend booking online where possible, but any queries please contact the Ticket Office on 01484 960 606.

The Club would like to thank supporters for their understanding as it takes necessary precautions to care for the health of the playing squad, staff and our supporters.


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