Huddersfield Town F.C.

Huddersfield Town ( officially: Huddersfield Town Football Club ) is an English football club from Huddersfield town in the county of Yorkshire. The club was founded in 1908. The nickname of the player is The Terriers.

Club history

Huddersfield was inducted into the English Football League in 1910 and became the first club in three consecutive years, the English championship ( 1923/24, 1924 /25, 1925/26 ) under manager Herbert Chapman. The Terriers won on 29 April 1922 FA Cup (1-0 against Preston North End ) and the same year the Charity Shield. Between the world wars it was also four more times in the FA Cup final (1920, 1928, 1930, 1938 ), but without being able to win the cup. After Huddersfield has always been first- or second-rate over the first sixty years of his league affiliation, you had in1973 in the Third Division dismount. 1975 even followed the case in the Viertklassigkeit.

It used to be played in the traditional stadium at Leeds Road, where was set up today valid club record on February 27, 1932 in the FA Cup game against Arsenal with 67 037 spectators. In 1994 the move to the more modern, but significantly smaller Alfred McAlpine Stadium, which has since been renamed the John Smith 's Stadium. Currently, the team plays in the Football League One. In the season 2005/ 06 they finished in fourth place there and so reached the play- off matches for the promotion to the Football League Championship. Despite a 1-0 win at Barnsley FC, the team already retired from the semi-final since the return match was lost on its own course with 1:3.

The players traditionally play in jerseys with vertical blue and white stripes.

Current squad 2013/14

(Updated: February 22, 2014)

League membership

Known player

Known coach