Huddersfield Town A.F.C.

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Huddersfield Town
Huddersfield Town A.F.C. logo.svg
Full nameHuddersfield Town Association Football Club
Nickname(s)The Terriers
Foondit15 August 1908; 112 years ago (1908-08-15)
GroundKirklees Stadium
Ground Capacity24,500
Ground Coordinates53°39′15.0361″N 1°46′5.8605″W / 53.654176694°N 1.768294583°W / 53.654176694; -1.768294583Coordinates: 53°39′15.0361″N 1°46′5.8605″W / 53.654176694°N 1.768294583°W / 53.654176694; -1.768294583
ChairmanDean Hoyle
Head CoachDavid Wagner
LeagueChampionship
2018–19Premier League, 20t o 20 (relegatit)
WabsteidClub wabsteid
Current saison

Huddersfield Town Football Club (pronounced /ˈhʌdərzfiːld ˈtaʊn/ (deprecatit template)) is an Inglis fitbaw club formed in 1908 an based in Huddersfield, Wast Yorkshire. They currently play in Championship.

In 1926, they became the first Inglis team to win three successive league titles – a feat which anerlie three Ither clubs hae been able to match namely Arsenal, Liverpool an Manchester United, no team hes bettered this feat. They also wan the FA Cup in 1922 an haee been runners-up on 4 ither occasions. On 2 February 2005, the name o the club wis changed frae Huddersfield Toun Association Fitbaa Club to Huddersfield Town Fitbaa Club.

Nicknamed The Terriers, their mascot is Terry the Terrier. The club traditionally plays in a blue an white vertically striped shirt with white shorts. Their main rivals ar Leeds United an Bradford Ceety, an lesser rivalries exist with Barnsley an Oldham Athletic. The club haes developed a reputation as haein a strong academy, a notion backed up bi the present squad which contains a number o academy products.

Honours[eedit | eedit soorce]

League[eedit | eedit soorce]

First Division

Seicont Division

Third Division

Fowert Division

Cup[eedit | eedit soorce]

FA Cup

Fitbaa League Cup

  • Semi-finalists: 1968

FA Charity Shield

  • Winners: 1922
  • Never played: 1924 (Newcastle Unitit), 1925 (Sheffield Unitit), 1926 (Bolton Wanderers).

Fitbaa League Trophy

Yorkshire Electricity Cup