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The team reached the play-offs in —06 , but were eliminated by Barnsley in the semi-final, after further seasons in League One followed. The team again qualified for the play-offs the following season, however, Peterborough United were victorious in the Final.
He led Town to the play-off Final against Sheffield United. The game finished 0—0 after extra time , before Huddersfield were victorious after 22 penalties 8—7.
Grayson sacked in January , and was succeeded by Mark Robins. Promotion to the Premier League meant a return to the first tier for the first time since The team finished 16th and stayed up on their return,  but were relegated after a 20th-place finish in — The club spent over eight years debating what colour the kit should be.
It ranged from salmon pink to plain white or all-blue to white with blue yoke. The club badge is based on the coat of arms of Huddersfield. Two Yorkshire Roses and Castle Hill form part of the history of the club and the area.
Town stuck with the same principal design blue and white stripes until , when Scottish manager Tom Johnston introduced all-blue shirts.
A new badge was also adopted that year, when the vertical monogram "HTFC" adorned the all-blue shirts. When the club adopted the nickname "The Terriers " for the —70 season, the blue and white stripes returned and with it a red terrier with the words "The Terriers".
After relegation to the Fourth Division, Huddersfield returned to all-blue shirts and the vertical monogram crest with the return of Tom Johnston in Stripes returned in the —78 season and have been the club's home kit ever since.
In , Town adopted what remains their badge today. It combined elements of the old town coat of arms with modern motifs, such as blue and white stripes and a terrier with a football.
In , Huddersfield changed its badge to a circular design, but that was never popular with the fans, and soon returned to the heraldic-style badge.
The club took the decision to remove "A. This eased problems with embroidery on shirts and club merchandise, and also gave the printwork a standard look.
The club adopted a Terriers logo in It was used solely on the strip and did not replace the heraldic crest, which continued to appear on all official media and documents.
Within days, the club were contacted by The Football Association for their "observations" about the kit. Huddersfield returned to a updated version of their heraldic-style crest in The three stars representing their hat-trick of league titles in the s were moved inside the shield.
Furthermore, a single Yorkshire Rose was placed at the top of the blue and white stripes, above the three stars.
The shield was also modernized by moving away from the more rounded version. The Terrier was incorporated into the crest, at the top of the shield, and the club's founding date was introduced on either side of Castle Hill.
Source: . Huddersfield were the first team to have played at each of the four professional levels of English football at two different grounds.
Their colours are bright blue and white, They're a team of renown, the pride of the town, And the game of football is their delight. All the while, upon the field of play, Thousands loudly cheer them on their way.
Often you can hear them say, who can beat the Town today? Then the bells will ring so merrily, Every goal, shall be a memory, So Town play up, and bring the Cup, Back to Huddersfield!
Since , Huddersfield's club song has been "Smile A While". The anthem was created by G. Chappell's creation was originally called "The Town Anthem", and was sung by Town supporters ahead of the Final.
The anthem is still sung by Huddersfield supporters at home matches. In , a group of Town fans formed a collective called "North Stand Loyal".
Its aim was "to improve the atmosphere around the stadium on matchdays", and the members were "inspired by fan groups of continental Europe and other parts of the world".
Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality. Only players who have gained caps while at the club are included. The Football League Legends is a list of " legendary football players" produced by the Football League in , to celebrate the th season of league football.
Three former Huddersfield players made the list. Huddersfield Town were the second team, after Blackpool , to have won all three divisional play-offs.
First Division first tier [a]. Hogg 32 years old 17 0. Bacuna 23 years old 14 1. O'Brien 22 years old 13 1. Pritchard 27 years old 5 0. Eiting 22 years old 14 3.
Koroma 22 years old 16 6. Jackson 19 years old 1 0. Austerfield 19 years old 0 0. Daly 19 years old 4 0. Diarra 17 years old 0 0. Diakhaby 24 years old 12 0.
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