Wolves face a trip to the John Smith’s Stadium on Tuesday night as Nuno Espirito Santo’s side take on Huddersfield Town in the Premier League.
A sold-out allocation of more than 2,400 Wolves supporters have snapped up tickets for the visit to West Yorkshire for the 7.45pm kick-off on Tuesday 26th February.
Visiting supporters travelling to the Premier League clash are being reminded that Huddersfield do not allow large bags or suitcases into the stadium and do not have a storage area for them. Fans can take small rucksacks in with them, but nothing more than A4 in size. They also don’t permit flasks or containers.
Away supporters can enter the ground through turnstiles 17 to 20 in the Abzorb South Stand, while disabled supporters and their assistants can enter through the same turnstiles, or the accessible gate in the Revell Ward Lower Tier next to turnstile 16. Please check your tickets for details.
The two pubs that are generally recommend for away supporters in Huddersfield are the Boy and Barrel which is around a five minutes’ walk from the train station in the town centre (HD1 1QF) or The Parish pub, also in the town centre (HD1 1QQ).
There is also the Yorkshire Rose pub which is on Leeds Road (out of the town centre, across the main road from the stadium site) where both home and away supporters are welcome. However, it does get quite busy in the run up to kick-off.
Food and drink is available on the concourse at the John Smith’s Stadium, but it is cash sales only. There are also gluten free and vegetarian options available.
Detailed away supporter information for the visit to Huddersfield, including details regarding travelling to and from the John Smith’s Stadium, can be found here.