The 2018 Huddersfield Town Annual Awards ceremony will take place on Sunday 6 May 2018 at the John Smith’s Stadium.
The premier event in the Club’s events calendar, attendees will look back upon the Club’s first ever season in the Premier League and celebrate the highs and lows alongside Town’s First Team stars, staff and Directors.
The Annual Awards, sponsored by Yorkshire Payments, will take place on Sunday 6 May 2018 at the John Smith’s Stadium.
This is Yorkshire Payment’s second year as a Club Partner, and we are delighted to announce their sponsorship of the biggest event of the calendar.
As per previous years, HTAFC’s prestigious Hargreaves Memorial Player of the Year Award will be handed out on the evening. Last season midfielder Aaron Mooy won the award with 30% of the vote.
There will be many more awards handed out on the night including the Players’ Player Award, the Young Player of the Year, the Antoni’s Memorial Academy Player of the Year Trophy and more to be announced.
The evening will recognise and celebrate the achievements of the Club both and off the pitch during what has already been an exciting 2017/18 campaign for Town.
Guests will enjoy a three-course meal and have the chance to meet their heroes before the Award Ceremony begins. This year will also see the return of the after party with live entertainment.
All ticket prices will be announced on htafccommercial.com in due course with Premium tables also on offer.
Opportunities are available to sponsor one of the evening’s awards. As well as having your brand in the event’s programme and presenting an award on stage, you will also be joined by two First Team players and have exclusive access to the VIP lounge before the event.
For more information please contact the Town’s Corporate Events and Sales Coordinator, Jasmine Roebuck on 01484 960 614 or email email@example.com.
James Howard Director at Yorkshire Payments said:
“In our first year as a partner, Huddersfield Town achieved amazing success on and off the pitch and to be involved with that from a commercial and supporters’ perspective was a pleasure and an honour.
“The partnership has allowed us to engage with businesses who have common interests to us over a mutual love for the game.”