What is the name of Huddersfield Town football ground?

What is the name of Huddersfield Town football ground?

The John Smith’s StadiumHuddersfield Town A.F.C. / Arena/Stadium
Huddersfield Town share The John Smith’s Stadium with Rugby League team Huddersfield Giants. When the stadium first opened in 1994, only the Riverside and Kilner Bank stands were in place. The South Stand followed in December 1994 and the North Stand was built in 1998.

Who plays at the Kirklees Stadium?

Huddersfield Town A.F.C.
Huddersfield Giants
The John Smith’s Stadium/Teams

Why do Huddersfield have 3 stars?

Huddersfield returned to a updated version of their heraldic-style crest in 2019. The three stars (representing their hat-trick of league titles in the 1920s) were moved inside the shield. Furthermore, a single Yorkshire Rose was placed at the top of the blue and white stripes, above the three stars.

What was the attendance at Huddersfield Town?

Huddersfield Town

Season Competition Spectators
18/19 Premier League 443,456
17/18 Premier League 456,796
16/17 Championship 467,887
15/16 Championship 290,505

Who plays at the John Smith’s stadium?

The John Smith’s Stadium/Teams

Following the purchase of Huddersfield Town A.F.C. from the administrators in 2003, Ken Davy became chairman of both sports clubs, which were owned by companies he controls, Sporting Pride. The present ownership of the stadium is Kirklees Metropolitan Council 40%, Huddersfield Town FC 40%, and Huddersfield Giants 20%.

Where was the old Huddersfield Town ground?

Leeds Road
Leeds Road was a football stadium in Huddersfield, England. It operated from its construction in 1908 until the Kirklees Stadium was opened nearby for the 1994–95 season. It was the home of Huddersfield Town A.F.C….Leeds Road.

Operator Huddersfield Town F.C.
Surface Grass
Opened 1908
Closed 1994

What is the capacity of Huddersfield Town stadium?

24,500The John Smith’s Stadium / Capacity

What is Huddersfield famous for?

The town is known for its role in the Industrial Revolution, and for being the birthplaces of rugby league, Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, and the film star James Mason. Huddersfield is a town of Victorian architecture.

How many trophies do Huddersfield have?

In addition to the three league titles, Huddersfield has played in four FA Cup finals and have won one time.