Huddersfield Town Club Profile
Huddersfield Town ended a long 45-year wait to return to the top flight with promotion to the Premier League in 2017. It came only five seasons after a first-ever meeting with us; 2011-2 League One action pitting our wits against theirs. So, we like to think The Terriers rise is – in part – down to us. The mini-downfall that followed? Not our fault, guv.
Huddersfield Town: The Facts
Huddersfield Town: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Huddersfield Town: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Tuesday 28 February 2012
Saturday 08 October 2011
Huddersfield Town Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Huddersfield Town Travel Information – Distance: 169 miles
While there isn’t much time to be saved by going up the A1 and across, the preferable route to Huddersfield is via the M1. Heading northbound, leave the motorway at Junction 38 and take the second exit at the roundabout for the A637 Huddersfield Road. Continue through two roundabouts.
After more than six miles, take the first exit at the roundabout for the A642 Wakefield Road. In 3.2 miles after passing Soccer City (left) and McDonalds (right), take a right turn onto Waterloo Road. Then, in 0.4 miles, take the second exit at the roundabout; turning right onto Albany Road.
As quick as you know it, you’ll be at another roundabout and you want the first exit; heading left on Crossley Lane. Continue around to the left and turn right onto Cow Heys; this will look quite residential to someone who isn’t native to the area. Follow Cow Heys around until it becomes Holays.
Still continuing along, Holays will kink sharp left and end at junction. Turn right here onto Bradley Mills Road. This snakes through some greenery for 0.7 miles before coming to a roundabout next to an Odeon cinema. The ground is off to the left via the first exit here.
There is a decent-sized car park at the stadium that will cost £5 to use, as well as some unofficial facilities nearby that will cost a few quid.
Services to: LEEDS (for STEVENAGE)
From Huddersfield station, you want to emerge onto a public square-type space on the right hand side of the station as you look north. From here, head out onto John William Street and cross to continue straight into Northumberland Street; La Fleur and Casino Red are among the businesses along here.
At the junction that confronts you at the end of Northumberland Street, you need to cross the busy A62 Southgate for Leeds Road ahead of you. Head up Leeds Road until a complicated road junction presents itself. Don’t worry, you want the first right for Gasworks Street.
Cross St Andrew’s Road into Stadium Way (with Polar Ford garage) on your left. Stadium Way will snake around to the left as the ground appears before you.