Huddersfield Town reflect on Remembrance Sunday
- A day to remember those lost from Armed Forces
- Huddersfield Town paid tribute to Remembrance vs Swansea
- Find how to donate to the Royal British Legion below
Remembrance Sunday is a national opportunity to remember the service and sacrifice of all those that have lost their life within our Armed Forces.
Today, we remember the Armed Forces and their families from Britain and the Commonwealth, and the vital role played by those who have lost their lives in service of our country.
An annual event, the Club held our Rememberance fixture vs Swansea City, whilst also participating with Blackburn Rovers at Ewood Park in thiers. This included a minute’s silence before kick-off in both games as well as the representation of the poppy printed on all of our match day kits.
These shirts are now being auctioned through Club Partner Match Worn Shirt, with all proceeds going to the Royal British Legion – CLICK HERE to bid on your favourite player’s away shirt worn against Blackburn Rovers or CLICK HERE for their home shirt worn against Swansea City.
On Friday 11 November, at 11am, our players, coaches and all staff at the Millers Oils High Performance Complex observed the two minute’s silence alongside the rest of our nation.
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