Nickname: The Terriers
Year formed: 1908
Ground: Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, HD1 6PX
2008/09 average: 13,350
For visitors: 4,000 in the Pink Link (South) Stand
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- 2 Webber maps out City transfer strategy
- 3 City fans react to controversial Webber interview
- 4 Stuart Webber opens up on Norwich City's dire season
- 5 'The focus now has to be on where the club goes from here' - Robin Sainty
- 6 Media exclusion from Webber interview hardly 'transparent'
- 7 City more together than some think - Webber
- 8 We haven't given up on City - Fans rush to buy tickets for new season
- 9 City legend Fleming departs Southampton coaching role
- 10 How much is Teemu Pukki worth to Norwich City?
Position last season: 9th in League One
Manager: Lee Clark (December 2008)
Player to watch - Alex Smithies: The young goalkeeper has been attracting a lot of attention from Premier League clubs after a series of storming displays for Lee Clark's side at the end of last season. Still only 19-years-old, the 6ft 1ins stopper will be vital if the Terries are to make a play-off push this time around.
Record transfer fee paid: �1.2m (Marcus Stewart, Bristol Rovers, 1996)
Record transfer fee received: �2.7m (Andy Booth, Sheff Wed, 1996)
Ticket office: 0870 444 4552
Official website: www.htafc.com
Distance: 184 miles
Journey time: 3 hrs, 58 mins
For directions to the ground go to www.pinkun.com/content/pinkun/norwich-city/away-guide/Map.aspx
Pub: The Rope Walk boasts 20 TVs and a big screen. The pub is situated within a cinema complex next to the Galpharm which offers parking. There's also the Head of Steam at 1b St Georges Square Platform, Huddersfield, HD1 1JF
Last league meeting: Huddersfield 2, Norwich City 0 (3 March, 2001): Norwich produced probably their worst performance since Nigel Worthington took charge as Huddersfield Town, bottom of the table, cruised to a 2-0 victory. The Canaries were terrible in the first half and not much better in the second as a goal either side of the interval helped Lou Macari's men to a vital three points.
City connection: Lee Clark was City number two until last December when he became Terriers manager. Ex-City coach Paul Stephenson soon joined him.