Kirklees Stadium

Kirklees Stadium, currently known as John Smith’s Stadium is located in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England and is since 1994 the home ground of Huddersfield Town FC. They share the ground with rugby league side Huddersfield Giants, both of whom moved from Leeds Road. The stadium is owned by both clubs, as well as Kirklees Council. The clubs moved to their new base after 86 years at Leeds Road and 114 years at Fartown respectively, with the rugby club sharing Leeds Road from 1992 to 1994.

Location: Stadium Way, Huddersfield, England

Public Transport: Huddersfield Train Station is only a short walk or taxi ride away from the Stadium

Capacity: 24,121

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Fixtures: Next Matches

Leeds Road

Leeds Road was the home ground of Huddersfield Town FC from 1908 until 1994. In January 1990, the Taylor Reportrequired all clubs in the top two divisions of English football to have an all-seater stadium by the 1994-95. Huddersfield were in the Third Division at this stage, but were aiming for promotion – finally achieving it in 1995. The club’s board decided to replace Leeds Road with a new all-seater stadium at a different location, and quickly settled on a new site opposite the original stadium. The ground was demolished in 1994 and the site was redeveloped as a retail park.

Location: Leeds Road, Huddersfield, England

Capacity: 16,200

Demolished: 1994

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