Huddersfield Town have teamed up with Sound Leisure Limited to secure a brand-new Town themed Jukebox for the Legends Café.
The vintage style Jukebox, situated in the Café in the Fantastic Media Stand, will blend the old with the new, with all the songs being picked by current and former Town players.
Jon Stead, Ray Wilson, Andy Booth and Frank Worthington are just some of the former Terriers that have contributed to the soundtrack. The Sound Leisure Jukebox blends the great history of Huddersfield Town Football Club with the new era of Premier League football in a way that all Terriers can enjoy.
Town fans can visit the Legends Bar during the week whilst listening to Michael Jackson courtesy of Tom Ince or Oasis courtesy of Alex Smithies. In total, it features tracks from over 30 contributors, including multiple albums and signature songs.
Huddersfield Town Director Sean Jarvis commented:
“The Jukebox has been a fantastic addition to the Legends Bar. I would like to thank Chris Black and all the team at Sound Leisure Limited for their work in creating this wonderful piece of history.
“I would encourage all of our fans to pop in to take a look and listen to some of the great tracks that are on there. My favourite is ‘Upstairs at Erics’ by Yazoo, but there is an eclectic mix of modern and classic songs in their chosen by a plethora of current and former players.”
Chris Black, Managing Director at Sound Leisure said:
“As a family business celebrating 40 years of manufacturing Jukeboxes in Yorkshire, it is great to be working with another Yorkshire business that is definitely flying the flag for the region. We are proud to be associated with Huddersfield Town, a Club that shares very similar family values and teamwork that allows them to punch above their weight”
The Café is located at the John Smith’s Stadium and is available to hire for private and social events. if you would like to view more Sound Leisure products, the jukeboxes will be on display at Leeds Victoria Gate until 18 April 2018.