Huddersfield Town is delighted to announce the renewal of its partnership with Worthington Brown.

The Holmfirth design agency has committed to a sixth year of being creative advisors to the Club, looking after the commercial website ( and the popular ‘Town Square’ app, which is available to download through the Apple Store and Google Play.

Worthington Brown’s Managing Director Neil Worthington commented:

“We are thrilled to renew our partnership with the Club. I am immensely proud of the journey that Huddersfield Town and Worthington Brown have taken over the past six years and how our two businesses have grown together to become ‘premier’ in everything that we do.

“We were delighted to be one of the early partners with the Club, and to see the #HuddersfieldHundred grow to what it is today is excellent.

“When I started Worthington Brown some 27 years ago, I had a tick list of what clients I wanted us to attract.

“One of my ambitions was to have a Premier League club listed as one of our clients, so it’s job done in that respect!

“Promotion to the Premier League has created a real buzz for businesses in the area and we are delighted to work with the Club again on exciting new projects.”

Town’s Marketing Manager Jonathan Wilkinson added:

“The work that Neil and the team at Worthington Brown create for the Club is consistently excellent. Projects such as the Town Square App help the Club move onto another level.

“We are delighted to welcome them into another year of their partnership with us and look forward to working with the team there going forwards.”

Worthington Brown recently set up a new division called ‘Hollywood Agency’, which looks after social media and TV advertising for clients on a national scale and is headed up by new Managing Director Erika Maybury.