For the first time since our date at Wembley two years ago, Reading and Huddersfield will meet again this weekend when the Royals travel to the John Smith’s Stadium.
Huddersfield Town vs Reading
Saturday 24th August 2019, 3pm
John Smith’s Stadium
Sky Bet Championship
There has been plenty of change in both camps since then. The Terriers’ two-season stint in the top tier came to an end in the summer when they propped up the Premier League table with just 16 points on the board – 20 points from safety.
And that inability to get results was part of the reason why Jan Siewert, and David Wagner before him, were ejected from the manager’s office at John Smith’s Stadium. Temporarily, Mark Hudson is at the helm – the former defender finished his playing career with the Terriers in 2017 and is in his second caretaker spell with the club.
It has been a tough welcome back to the division; Cardiff, Fulham and Derby have all beaten Huddersfield so far, and their sole point came at Queens Park Rangers. They also have one less front to fight on; Lincoln City were 1-0 winners in their Carabao Cup First Round tie.
But they’ll be intending to get their season up and running this weekend – so our team will need to be at the mettle again if they are to take anything from the West Yorkshire trip.
Please head to our online Ticket Office here.
Tickets for this fixture are on advance sale at the following prices:
- Adults: £30
- 60 & Over: £20
- 8 to 17: £15
- 7 & Under: £10
Visiting supporters can also pay cash on turnstile 20 on arrival at John Smith’s Stadium, at no price increase. Please note, the 7 & Under price is not available on the turnstiles so if any supporters require this price band then they should purchase from the Ticket Office on arrival.
Collections and duplicates can be collected from window 2 at the Ticket Office which is located just to the side of Main Reception.
Travel by road could take upwards of four hours from Madejski Stadium via the A34, M40 and M1, so be sure to set off in good time.
Away Fans Guide
Huddersfield Town’s Away Fans Guide is available here.
Disabled Access Guide
Huddersfield Town’s Disabled Access Guide is available here.
It is set to be warm up in Huddersfield, but bear in mind the early start and late finish so it’ll be worth taking an extra layer too.
We wish to politely remind supporters that the football club is responsible for their conduct at all matches (home or away) and any person committing a football-related offence or involved in serious misconduct at any match will result in a club ban. Examples of serious misconduct include discriminatory, offensive or abusive chanting, entering the pitch, persistent standing and throwing a missile. Supporters witnessing any incidents of serious misconduct are encouraged to report this to the football club by texting 80800, beginning your message with the word SAFE.