All you need to know ahead of Town’s Carabao Cup Round One tie at home
- Huddersfield Town vs Middlesbrough
- Carabao Cup Round One, 7pm kick-off at John Smith’s Stadium
- CLICK HERE to book tickets; £10 Adults, £5 Concessions!
It’s our first home match day of the 2023/24 season, so here is everything you need to know ahead of our Carabao Cup Round One tie with Middlesbrough at the John Smith’s Stadium!
Kicking off the new campaign at home against Boro, our Carabao Cup Round One tie kicks off at the slightly earlier time of 7pm, so make sure you’re at the John Smith’s Stadium in good time.
JOIN US IN HD1!
The best way to follow Town tonight is with us at the John Smith’s Stadium!
Tickets are just £10 Adults and £5 Concessions, with our online Ticket Office available all the way to kick-off at 7pm for the fastest and easiest way to secure your seat. CLICK HERE to book your place now.
Disabled supporters should pay their relevant price class, with a companion ticket free of charge.
Supporters are advised that buying in advance is the simplest way to be with us tonight, with our Ticket Office also available in person and over the phone, with queues likely as we get closer to kick-off. As always, you can call our Ticket Office on 01484 960 606.
CARABAO CUP COMPETITION FORMAT
There are no replays in the Carabao Cup and a winner of the tie will be determined on the night. Should the match be drawn at the end of 90 minutes, the match will immediately go to a penalty shootout without extra-time!
You can book parking in Town’s Gasworks Street carpark for home matches, priced at just £5 per car.
CLICK HERE to book your space!
Supporters are advised that following the completion of ongoing road works on Leeds Road during the off-season, some routes to the John Smith's Stadium may have now changed.
CLICK HERE to learn more via Kirklees Council.
LEARN ABOUT TONIGHT’S OPPONENTS
Get to grips with Middlesbrough under Head Coach Michael Carrick by checking out our match preview – CLICK HERE!
Assistant Manager Ronnie Jepson spoke to the press ahead of tonight’s cup tie. Watch and listen to what he had to say in full via HTTV and HTAFC Sounds below.
Whether this is your first game with us or you’re here every home game, we have a Home Fan Guide to help you enjoy your day at the football. CLICK HERE to access your guide.
If you’re a Middlesbrough fan and it’s your first time at the John Smith’s Stadium, we have a Visitors Fan Guide to help you with directions as well as how to make the most of your time in HD1. CLICK HERE to get your fan guide.
Whether you’re a home fan or an away fan, disabled supporters can access their Fan Guide by CLICKING HERE and find out the best way to access the Stadium, what parking is available and who to contact for help when planning your day with us!
TERRY'S GUIDE TO THE GAME!
If you're a Young Terrier joining at the John Smith's Stadium tonight, our mascot Terry the Terrier has a special guide for you!
LEGENDS BAR AND CAFÉ
Legends Bar and Café will be open for you and your friends to meet ahead of kick-off.
The doors will open from 5.30pm and close at 10pm.
Our ever-popular Golden Gamble draw, sponsored by Barden Print, returns for the new season this evening as we kick off our the new campaign at the John Smith’s Stadium.
As always, there will be one first prize on offer of up to £1,000, with a runners-up prize worth 10% of the first prize. There is also a third prize of Tog24 merchandise to be won!
CLICK HERE to find out how to take part, with tickets available online for just £1.
The Stadium Store will be open until kick-off, and open until after the final whistle.
This gives you plenty of time to browse and treat yourself before entering the John Smith's Stadium in time for kick-off.
As always, your feedback is essential to helping us improve your match day experience.
This season, we have introduced three new bespoke email addresses for you to provide feedback on:
We have a zero-tolerance approach to all forms of discriminatory behaviour, including (but not limited to) racial, homophobic/transphobic, sexist, ageist or other discriminatory language or behaviour, and we are committed to making our Stadium incident-free.
If you hear or see something in person or online that you deem a discriminatory incident, CLICK HERE to learn all about the reporting lines open and available to you.
NO SMOKING / E-CIGARETTES
We would like to remind all supporters that the John Smith’s Stadium is a no smoking venue, with smoking strictly prohibited on all concourses and within all seated areas of the stadium, including electronic cigarettes.
Carabao Cup ties are not permitted to be streamed, but match audio passes are available!
CLICK HERE to book your pass to listen along to how Town are getting on.