Huddersfield Town FC
Huddersfield Town are a West Yorkshire based football club who currently play their home games at the John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield. The club are nicknamed the Terriers, though they are sometimes referred to as HTFC, HTAFC or simply Town.
Since Huddersfield Town were formed in 1908, many trophies have been won including the FA Cup and the Division One (now the Premiership) title three times in a row, a sequence which has only been equalled by Liverpool, Manchester United and Arsenal.
John Smith's Stadium
The John Smith's Stadium - previously known as the Galpharm Stadium and the Alfred McAlpine Stadium - is a versatile sports, leisure and commercial complex located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire and has been the home of Huddersfield Town Football Club since the 1994/95 season. The John Smith's Stadium is also the home of Huddersfield Giants RLFC.
Huddersfield Town's home between 1908 and 1994 was Leeds Road. The Terriers experienced many highs and lows at the ground including the 1-0 defeat to Arsenal where a record 67,037 people watched on. Town's final game at the ground was a 2-1 win against Blackpool.
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About Terrier Bytes
Terrier Bytes is a Huddersfield Town Football Club fan site built and maintained by dedicated Town fans, which is now in its 12th year online. The site provides fans with all the latest Huddersfield Town FC football news, match reports and lots more. Garfield is the webmaster and developer for the site with Sean Makin the lead content editor and moderator.
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