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 were promoted to the Championship in the 2011-12 season where they finished in the play-offs beating Sheffield United on the final 8-7 on penalties. Coached by Mark Robins the club have had the likes of Denis Law, Clem Stephenson and Peter Doherty play for the side.
Huddersfield play their home games in blue and white striped shirts with white shorts and socks. Players in the Huddersfield shirt have 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.
Kit suppliers Puma flip the stripes into hoops for Huddersfield Town's all-new hi-vis away shirt. To pose alongside their classic white and blue striped home shirt which was revealed in recent weeks, Huddersfield Town have now unveiled their 2016/17 away shirt which features a hooped front panel [...]
Championship club Huddersfield Town officially release their all-new home shirt for the 2016/17 season. Looking to dramatically improve on their previous term's performance, finishing in 19th place, Huddersfield Town have unveiled their home shirt for the upcoming campaign which poses as a tradit [...]
German brand Puma and Championship outfit Huddersfield Town collaborate to bring a unique Camouflage look to the club's third strip Set for debut in Huddersfield Town's match against Wolves in early October, the 'Terriors' will take to the pitch showcasing an intricate and eye-catching third stri [...]
On the back of their new away kit launched in June, Championship outfit Huddersfield Town have officially launched their new home kit for the 2015-16 season. Again supplied by PUMA, the all new home shirt for the Terriers again features their trademark blue and white striped design [...]
Huddersfield Town were founded in 1908 and until 2005 were called Huddersfield Town Association Football Club they come from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire. Town play their home games in the 24,500 capacity Galpharm Stadium in West Yorkshire, the Galpharm stadium is also home to Huddersfield Giants Rugby league side.
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.