The logo of Huddersfield Town’s charity partner the Yorkshire Air Ambulance will be proudly displayed on the First Team’s training kit during the upcoming 2015/16 season.
This is a continuation of the last few seasons, where the YAA logo has also appeared on the training kit, as modelled above by Joe Lolley.
Before that, the YAA logo appeared as the main home shirt sponsor when the ‘Keep It Up’ campaign was first launched in 2009.
Since its inception, over £1 million has been raised through ‘Keep It Up’, which splits funds 50-50 between the Huddersfield Town Academy and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
Huddersfield Town’s Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented:
“We’re delighted and proud to say that the First Team training wear, manufactured by PUMA, will once again carry the Yorkshire Air Ambulance logo during the new season.
“Our pioneering relationship with the charity is going from strength to strength after six years and hopefully the visibility the training kit offers it will help to raise its profile – and the much-needed funds that help it to save lives in our region on a daily basis.”
The other logos that will appear on Town’s 2015/16 training kit will be revealed in due course on htafccommercial.com, ahead of its release on 13 June 2015.
For full information on dates for the release of Town’s 2015/16 kits, click HERE.