Managing Director of Yorkshire Payments, James Howard, has called on the community and Huddersfield Town’s Club Partners to come together to support Brighouse Town.
The non-league side compete in the BetVictor Northern North West Division club and face an uncertain future following the early end to their 2019/20 campaign.
Howard is the Chairman at Brighouse Town and is determined to raise enough money to ensure the Football Club can survive following the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Club has had generous donations from sponsors, players like Fraizer Campbell and Gary Neville, and other local business owners.
Brighouse Town have also had a good relationship with Huddersfield Town over the last few years. Prior to making his debut in the Sky Bet Championship earlier this season, Rarmani Edmonds-Green had a loan spell at the Club to gain regular senior football and to enhance a certain part of his game.
Alongside this, young midfielder Josh Austerfield – who has been on the bench for Danny Cowley’s side this season – also spent a short spell on loan at Brighouse Town.
If you’d like to contribute to Brighouse’s just giving page, please go to: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/brighousetownafc.