Results & Fixtures for Huddersfield Town AFC
So, as we can see, here we show the recent results for Huddersfield Town. Also, we have the up and coming games as well. However, should you wish to see the current league position for Huddersfield Town, click here. The Football HQ Network is the ideal place to promote Huddersfield Town AFC. Therefore, join in with us and do just that.
The Club Information, In Brief
To begin with, Huddersfield Town FC came into existence in 1908. So, the club was pretty much a late starter in terms of professional football clubs. Obviously, Huddersfield Town currently play their home games at The Kirklees Stadium. Although, for sponsorship purposes it currently has the name of The John Smith’s Stadium. Indeed, this was after moving from Leeds Road in 1994. Moreover, the new ground has a capacity of 24,500 which creates a good atmosphere when full.
Huddersfield indeed have a claim to fame. This is because they are the only team to have played at each of the top four levels of English football at two different grounds.
Huddersfield Town AFC has the nickname of The Terriers of course. While their main rivals are Leeds Utd, they also have Bradford City as rivals too. However, Barnsley, Oldham Athletic and Halifax Town are also rivals on a lower level. But, when Manchester City played in the lower leagues, they were also rivals as well!
While Huddersfield Town AFC might not be a fashionable club, they have won many honours. For example, they have won the top flight three times and the second tier (now the Championship) once. Of course, Huddersfield have won the FA Cup in 1922. With many other minor honours and being runners-up many times, the club indeed has a decent history.
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