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Match Previews


5 March 2022

Match Previews


5 March 2022

Young Terriers in Premier League Cup action

- Huddersfield Town B Team host Stoke City in Premier League Cup
- Game kicks off at 7pm on Wednesday 9 March 2022
- Supporters can attend game at John Smith’s Stadium

Huddersfield Town’s B Team are back in action on Wednesday 9 March 2022 when they welcome Stoke City to the John Smith’s Stadium in the Premier League Cup!

The Young Terriers have reached the knockout of the competition following an impressive stay in the competition so far, reaching the last 16 by topping the Group G standings with five wins and one draw in six unbeaten games.

They now face a tough test against the Potters’ Under-23 team, who qualified as runners-up in Group H following thumping 5-1 win at Southend United in their final group game.

The winner must be decided on the night, with extra time and penalties if needed!

Fans are able to attend to the game, with turnstiles opening from 6.30pm. Prices are as follows

Adults – £5
Concessions – £2

White Rose Club Members can attend and sit in the Director’s Box for the following prices:

Adults - £10
Junior & Concessions - £5

As we are allowing fans to attend the game, we will not be streaming it.

Huddersfield Town Academy Manager, Emyr Humphreys, commented on the importance of the Premier League Cup for the B Team’s development.

“The Premier League Cup is a competition that we have placed a real emphasis on this season.

“We have used it to try to replicate some of the pressure that the players will experience when they play for our First Team, and so far they have responded really well to that pressure.

“The two performances at the John Smith’s Stadium against Watford & Birmingham City in particular were outstanding.

“The majority of our players have undoubtedly got the talent to play First Team football.

“The unknown factor is always going to be how well they can handle the pressure of the First Team dressing room and playing in front of fans for points.

“The more high-profile games we can play at stadiums and under the lights, where we can expose the young players to some of them demands, the better we can hopefully prepare them for the First Team environment.”

If you’re unable to attend, you can follow live updates on the Academy’s Twitter account; @htafcacademy.

Fancy helping the Academy to bring through the next big player for the First Team? Click HERE to learn more about the benefits of Blue & White membership!

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