Huddersfield Town (offiziell: Huddersfield Town Association Football Club) ist ein englischer Huddersfield wurde in die englische Football League aufgenommen und gewann als erster Verein in drei aufeinander folgenden Jahren die. Mai Huddersfield Town mit dem deutschen Trainer David Wagner hat den Klassenerhalt in der Premier League gesichert. Tottenham Hotspur. Landesteil, England. Region · Yorkshire and the Humber · Shire county · West Yorkshire · District · Kirklees. Huddersfield ist eine Großstadt im Vereinigten Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland im.
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Coach House Healing Centre Marsden. Room Escape Games 4. New Hall Therapies Elland 4. Rex Cinema Elland 5. An ethnicity summary of the town's , population is 98, Huddersfield is slightly above the English average for those who have no religion and also for the number of Muslims.
Conversely, it is below average for its number of Christians. There are a number of Churches, Gurdwaras , Mosques and Temples covering a wide spectrum of religions in the Huddersfield area.
Religions that are relatively new to Britain also have places of worship in the town: Huddersfield has an abundance of Victorian architecture.
Overlooking the town, the tower was constructed to mark Queen Victoria's 60th Jubilee Year. Huddersfield Town Hall was designed by John H.
Abbey and built in two stages between and The hall seats up to 1, people and hosts events ranging from classical to comedy and from choral to community events.
The colonnaded Huddersfield railway station in St George's Square was once described as 'a stately home with trains in it', and by Sir Nikolaus Pevsner as "one of the best early railway stations in England".
The current church on the site was constructed in , making it somewhat newer than Holy Trinity Church , just outside the town centre and constructed between and Pack horses carried merchandise over pack-horse routes across the Pennines before turnpike roads and railways improved transportation.
The pedestrian link passes from Kirkgate, across King Street and along Victoria Lane, by the Shambles, to the Piazza and the distinctive market hall at Queensgate, which was built to replace the old Shambles Market Hall in the early s.
Beaumont Park about 2 miles 3. It is a fine example of a Victorian era public park with water cascades, bandstand and woodland. Greenhead Park is another large park in Huddersfield, situated around 0.
A multimillion-pound restoration project, funded by the Heritage Lottery fund  was finished in autumn Huddersfield is connected to the national motorway network via the M1 and M62 motorways.
The M62 passes about 2. Huddersfield Corporation built an inner ring road , part of the A62 , in the s. The area within the ring road now defines the town's central business district.
The ring road relieves traffic congestion in the town centre where many roads are pedestrianised. A trolleybus system operated from to Huddersfield bus station was opened by the Mayor, Councillor Mernagh on 26 March , although it had not been completed.
Most bus services pass through the bus station. Many services are subsidised by Metro. Huddersfield's bus operators reflect the national situation; local subsidiaries of three dominant national operators provide most services in the area: Arriva Yorkshire provide frequent services to Dewsbury and Leeds, and Yorkshire Tiger provide almost all services in the south east of the town.
Other smaller operators include Stotts Coaches and Tiger Blue. Huddersfield railway station has a comprehensive local and regional rail service but there is no direct service to London, and passengers have to change at Manchester Piccadilly , Leeds , Wakefield Westgate or Mirfield.
The Huddersfield Broad Canal , originally the Sir John Ramsden Canal, and the Huddersfield Narrow Canal which are both navigable by narrowboat , and the broad canal by wider craft, wind around the south side of town.
To the rear of the YMCA in the Turnbridge section is an electrically operated road bridge, which is still in use, to raise the road and allow boat traffic to pass.
This bridge originally used a windlass. Football and rugby league are the main spectator sports in Huddersfield. Its professional football team, Huddersfield Town A.
In , the club became the first in England to win three successive league titles, a feat only three other clubs have matched.
The town was the birthplace of rugby league, and is home to the Huddersfield Giants who play in the Super League , the top division in Europe.
The main sporting arena is John Smith's Stadium , home to both the football team and rugby league side. Rugby was first played in the town in and the Huddersfield Athletic Club, the direct progenitors of Huddersfield Giants, formed in , played its first rugby game in Following the split of , Huddersfield became a focus for rugby league and is represented by Huddersfield Giants in the Super League.
Huddersfield Giants , the town's rugby league club, has won the Rugby Football League Championship seven times, most recently in —62, and the Challenge Cup six times, the last time in — After rugby was played exclusively under the auspices of the Northern Rugby Football Union until when Huddersfield Old Boys were formed to play under rugby union rules, playing nomadically at five grounds until buying farmland at Waterloo in and, in , renaming the club Huddersfield RUFC.
In the club was at the forefront of a revolution in English rugby when it became the first club in the country to organise mini and junior rugby teams.
The innovation spread and almost every club in the country has a thriving junior section providing a production-line of home-grown talent.
Junior players at Huddersfield number over In the Waterloo junior grounds were sold and the acre 0. In —22 Huddersfield won the FA Cup and between and became the first club to win the League Championship three times in a row, an achievement matched only by three other teams.
After several decades in lower divisions, Huddersfield Town FC returned to top flight football in when the club entered the Premier League for the first time.
Huddersfield Rams Aussie Rules is an Australian rules football team, formed in Huddersfield has a number of field hockey teams, many of which train at the Lockwood Park sports complex on the all-weather pitch.
Motorcycle speedway racing was staged in Huddersfield in the UK pioneer year of A venue in the town staged four or five meetings. James Whitham , is a former 'British Superbike Champion'.
He won his first race in World Superbikes in one of two wildcard meetings. Huddersfield Choral Society founded in , claims to be the UK's leading choral society.
Its history was chronicled in the book 'And The Glory' ,  written to commemorate the society's th anniversary in — its title derived from a line in the Hallelujah Chorus featuring in Handel's landmark choral arrangement Messiah.
On Christmas Day , the Sex Pistols played their last two British shows, a matinee for the children of striking firefighters, at Ivanhoe's nightclub, before embarking on their ill-fated US tour which saw the group's acrimonious collapse.
In another independent record label Chocolate Fireguard Records was founded by singer Pat Fulgoni who developed a three-stage community music event, Timeless Festival , in Ravensknowle Park, featuring a range of electronica, hip hop and rock music.
The Haydn Wood for under 21s and Mrs Sunderland festival focus on musical and oratorial performance. The Mrs Sunderland Music festival is the second oldest in the United Kingdom, started in lasting for nine days each year.
Free music concerts have been put on for the town, including bands such as the Ordinary Boys, the Script and Elliott Minor. There are many local choirs, youth and adult, a noted example of the latter being the Honley Male Voice Choir.
Huddersfield is home to thrash metal band Evile , dance rock outfit Kava Kava , the birthplace of the synthpop musician Billy Currie of Ultravox and Visage fame, the hard rock bassist John McCoy who played with Neo and Gillan.
Long-running television series have been filmed in and around Huddersfield. Huddersfield Art Gallery occupies the top floor of the library building on Princess Alexandra Walk, it houses an extensive collection of work by internationally renowned artists such as Francis Bacon , L.
Lowry and Henry Moore , as well as significant regional artists. Throughout the year, it holds exhibitions of work by both established and emerging artists.
Ian Berry was born in Netherton, Huddersfield and was educated in the town and went to Greenhead College   and is internationally renowned for his art using only denim jeans and was named as one of the top 30 artists under the world in Huddersfield Festival of Light takes place annually in December,  usually in the town centre adjacent to the railway station.
Each year there is a performance by a theatre company. The finale is a firework display. The show was performed by French company Plasticiens Volants, which used large inflatable sea creatures in a parade through the streets as they told the story of 'Pearl'.
The and performances were by the Valencian artists Xarxa Teatre. Huddersfield Caribbean Carnival in mid-July, begins with a procession from the Hudawi Cultural Centre in Hillhouse, through the town centre to Greenhead Park where troupes display their costumes on stage.
Caribbean food, fairground rides and various stalls and attractions are available. The Huddersfield Literature Festival is held annually in the town,  and features author events, creative writing classes and poetry nights, and sometimes creative writing competitions.
Huddersfield has a large and diverse retail shopping area, enclosed within the town's ring road, compared with other towns of its size.
There are three shopping areas: The Piazza offers an outdoor shopping mall near the public library, with a grassed area, used for relaxation and events throughout the year such as entertainment, international markets and iceskating in winter.
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