Championship club Huddersfield Town play their home games at the John Smith’s Stadium in Huddersfield and they wear light blue and white striped home jerseys, which was first seen in the early 20th century. The club had the likes of Denis Law, Clem Stephenson and Peter Doherty play for the side and wear the bespoke design of a Huddersfield Town kit.

Huddersfield Town 23/24 Kits

Huddersfield Town 23/24 Home Kit

For 2023/24, Umbro added offset pinstripe borders to the light blue section of the bespoke, blue and white vertical striped design, which in this case further housed a silhouette graphic of stars. A single panel in the said shade of blue flowed across the shoulders and up to the outer side of the sleeves, leaving its inner side in white. Gold accents shined through the corporate liveries and the backside panel of the collar. Speaking of the backside, three stars, first one in gold followed by two silver ones, below the collar signed off the overall look. The shirt was a homage to the club’s achievement of being the 1923/24 Champions of England.


Huddersfield Town 23/24 Away Kit

Huddersfield Town’s 2023/24 Umbro away shirt had that chartreuse shade as far as its green base was concerned. For its graphics design it employed a star mosaic, which referred to the club’s three-peat from 1923/24 to 1925/26. This achievement was also iterated by the three stars (one black, two white) at the back below the neckline. The kit had a significantly brighter vibe relative to the blacked out alternate shirt from last season.


Huddersfield Town Home Kits

2022/23 Huddersfield Town Home Shirt

Huddersfield Town Home 2022/23 KitHuddersfield Town had the traditional blue and white stripes for its 2022/23 Umbro home shirt. The blue shade used was azure, which also filled the sleeves. Other white details included were the broad sleeve cuffs and raised round collar, which was interrupted on the front by a red trim.



2021/22 Huddersfield Town Home Shirt

Huddersfield Town Home 2021/22 KitThe Terriers wore an Umbro-produced home shirt for the 2021/22 Championship season. The jersey sported an all-over clean striped look in blue and white dedicated to the FA Cup-winning side of 1921/22. The shirt had a stylised, non-buttoned henley collar and relatively broad sleeve cuffs that were as wide as the stripes. A tonal Yorkshire rose appeared in the middle of the chest.





Huddersfield Town Away Kits

2022/23 Huddersfield Town Away Shirt

Huddersfield Town Away 2022/23 KitIn 2022/23, Huddersfield Town released a club-first blacked-out away shirt, produced by Umbro, for the 2022/23 season. The tonal accents from the sleeves, collar, and logos provided a complementary tone to the focused aura of the kit.



2021/22 Huddersfield Town Away Shirt

Huddersfield Town Away 2021/22 KitHuddersfield Town’s Umbro away shirt for 2021/22 had a navy base adorned with a lighter shade of blue for the sleeve cuff borders and the horizontal colour split on the front end of the round collar. An eye-catching vertical blending graphic in blue and white, composed of a band and diagonal overlay pinstripes, rounded up attention to the left side of the body.




Huddersfield play their home games in blue and white striped shirts with white shorts and socks. Players in the Huddersfield shirt had held aloft three division one titles (when it was the top English league) in the twenties and also won the FA Cup in that decade.

Huddersfield Town were founded in 1908 and since then had a storied history, reaching as high as being top-flight division champion and as low as to being on the brink of extinction. The club carries the nickname the ‘Terriers’ and have a longstanding West Yorkshire derby rivalries with Bradford City and Leeds United.

The club’s most famous players includes Peter Clarke, Tom Cowan, David Burke, Denis Law, Peter Doherty and Clem Stephenson. Huddersfield won the FA Cup in 1922 and the English First Division on three occasions in 1924, 1925 and 1926.