Huddersfield Town v Brentford

Saturday 6th December 2014 • Kick off: 3.00 pm

Huddersfield Town
John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield, HD1 6PX

Ground Capacity  24,500 (all seated)

Telephone  0870 444 4677
Ticket Office 01484 484123

Web links:
Official Huddersfield Town website

Supporters who buy tickets in advance from Brentford will qualify for loyalty points under the Brentford FC’s Membership scheme – more information on this scheme is available here.

This game qualifies for 15 loyalty points.
Note – the Loyalty Point scheme only applies to tickets bought in advance from Brentford, it does not apply to tickets bought on the day at the stadium Brentford are visiting.

Brentford FC will receive 5% for all tickets purchased in advance.

Facilities for Visiting Supporters:
Brentford will have an initial allocation of 800 tickets for this match
Brentford supporters will be located in the John Smith’s (North) stand which is behind one of the goals. Tickets have been reduced by Huddersfield Town for this fixture.

Admission prices:
Adults £10;
Seniors £5;
Juniors £5

Concession Categories:
Juniors need to be aged under 18;
Seniors aged 60 or over;
Supporters with Junior and Senior tickets are reminded to bring ID to the stadium in the event of being asked for proof of age when entering the ground.

Supporters with Physical Disabilities
Ambulant disabled supporters will pay the appropriate rate for their age and receive a free ticket for a carer.
Four tickets are available for supporters in wheelchairs at the appropriate rate for their age, with a free ticket for a carer.

Travel Directions from Official Huddersfield Town website

Travel advice:
Getting there by road:
From M1 south – exit at junction 42 and continue west on the M62. Exit the M62 at junction 25 and turn left, following signs for Huddersfield Town Centre (A62). Follow the official car park signs thereon in.

There is a fair sized (pay) car park at the ground and a number of unofficial car parks nearby.

Getting to Huddersfield by Train:
The nearest railway station is Huddersfield and the ground is approximately a 15 minute the station.

There would appear to be two options.
From London (Kings Cross) to Leeds with East Coast Trains; and connect there for the local First Transpenine Express services (as part of the Hull to Manchester Piccadilly rail services) to Huddersfield.

Alternatively you could travel from London (Euston) to Manchester Piccadilly with Virgin Trains; and connect there for the local First Transpenine Express services to Huddersfield.

Total journey time with either services is likely to be around three hours (including time for connections).

You can contact those nice people at National Rail Enquiries online or tel 0845 7 48 49 50 for more information

Getting there by coach:
Full details of the Bees Travel Club can be found HERE.
Cost of coach travel is £36. £32 for Season Card Holders or Club Members; or £30 for Travel Club Members.
Membership is £25 per annum; and is free to children aged 12 and under on application.
Coaches will depart from the Layton Road car park area at 9am.