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19 May 2021

New three-year contract has been signed with BBC Radio Leeds

- Town agrees a new commentary deal with BBC Radio Leeds
- Paul Ogden and Matt Glennon to continue on Town match days
- Comments from Sanjiv Buttoo and David Threlfall-Sykes

Huddersfield Town has agreed a new three-year commentary deal with BBC Radio Leeds.

The deal means the BBC will be providing commentary of all games, home and away, until the end of the 2023/24 season.

Match day coverage will include live commentary of every Town fixture, on top of in-depth analysis and interviews with Carlos Corberán and members of his squad.

Paul Ogden will continue to head up the match day commentary team and will be joined by summariser Matt Glennon, the former Huddersfield Town goalkeeper.

All Town fixtures will be on Digital Radio (you may need to retune your radio to pick up the correct signal), Freeview Channel 719 and when possible, games will be broadcast on 92.4FM.

You can also hear the commentary via the Club’s iFollow HTAFC service.

You can have your say on your club on the Football Forum after every game - call 0800 389 33 33, text 81333 with WYS at the front of your texts or tweet your views to @BBCWYS.

Sanjiv Buttoo, Editor of BBC Radio Leeds, commented:

“We’re very excited that we are continuing this long running successful partnership with Huddersfield Town.

“We’ve been working together for many years and I’m very pleased that will continue for the next three seasons!

“We wish the Terriers every success and will be there to provide fans live coverage of every home and away game.”

David Threlfall-Sykes, Marketing and Communications Director at Huddersfield Town, added:

“We’re delighted to extend our commentary deal with BBC Radio Leeds for a further three seasons.

“The West Yorkshire Sport team has provided great coverage for many years now and during a difficult year they’ve worked closely with to engage supporters with their team on a match day.

“We look forward to working closely with the team at the BBC to build upon our great working relationship and to help bring our fans closer than ever to their team.”

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