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19 January 2023

Huddersfield Town remind supporters of their conduct attending matches

- Club remind supporters of their conduct attending matches
- Discriminatory behaviour of any form will not be tolerated
- Comments from Operations Director Ann Hough

Alongside our fellow professional football clubs, we have recently received a letter from the Football Association outlining the consequences for poor supporter conduct.

Following a number of high-profile cases regarding supporter conduct and breaches of FA rules in recent weeks and months across the Premier League and Football League, we have been written to by the Football Association outlining the consequences the Club would face in such an eventuality.

We would like to remind supporters that discriminatory behaviour of any kind is not and will not be tolerated, and anyone found engaging in such behaviour will face disciplinary action.

Operations Director Ann Hough commented:

“Having been written to by the Football Association and facing our own charges of misconduct in recent months, we would like to once again remind supporters of their responsibility to represent the Club both home and away in an orderly fashion.

“Whether it is through speech, action or online, discriminatory or disorderly behaviour of any form cannot and will not be tolerated. As we have seen in the recent past, all that is achieved is the Club facing significant financial disciplinary action from the Football Association, which is clearly harmful and unsustainable.

“I have been proud to represent our Club for almost thirty years, so I know as well as anyone how brilliant our supporters can be. Please don’t let our high standards and excellent track record drop, and remember that whether we are at home or away, we are all representatives of Huddersfield Town and want the very best for the Club.

“On behalf of the Club, thank you for your brilliant support and understanding.”

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