How supporters can listen to Huddersfield Town on BBC Radio Leeds
- Huddersfield Town can be heard on West Yorkshire DAB frequency
- The Terriers will be on FM frequency when fixtures don’t clash with Leeds United
- Supporters can also listen to Town on Digital TV – Channel 719
Huddersfield Town’s commentary partner, BBC Radio Leeds, has issued an update to supporters as it updates its technology in preparation for the discontinuation of medium wave frequencies.
As has been the case for several seasons, full commentary of Town’s games continues to be available on BBC Radio Leeds’ DAB frequency.
However, due to a change made to the DAB frequencies, a very small number of supporters in the area had issues listening to commentary on Tuesday night when the Terriers hosted AFC Bournemouth, instead receiving Bradford City commentary.
We have been informed that this is due to a change in BBC transmitters, as they have a long-term plan to update their technology and provide better value for money. BBC Radio Leeds is aware of the issue and is working to resolve it as well as possible.
Any fans affected by this will still be able to listen to Town games using their digital TV channel - just type in channel 719.
When Town’s games don’t clash with Leeds United fixtures, you will also be able to hear Town commentary on all BBC Radio Leeds FM frequencies (92.4 MHz, 95.3 MHz, 102.7 MHz, 103.9 MHz). This is the case on Saturday, when the Terriers travel to Nottingham Forest for a 12.30pm kick-off.
And when Town is the only West Yorkshire side in action, then commentary will be carried across all frequencies.
To switch from MW to FM, DAB or Digital TV listeners can go to www.bbc.co.uk/reception/.
Supporters can also call the BBC Helpline on 0370 010 0222 or for reception advice 03700 100123.