Limited Edition Huddersfield Town 2022-23 Charity Shirt

News from the Championship as the new limited edition Huddersfield Town 2022-23 Charity Shirt made by Umbro was released today.

Ruddi’s Retreat, Andy’s Man Club, The Huddersfield Town Foundation and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

The shirt, which will be worn at home against Norwich City on Wednesday 15th March will see all proceeds raised split between four charities, Ruddi’s Retreat, Andy’s Man Club, The Huddersfield Town Foundation and the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Limited Edition Huddersfield Town 2022-23 Charity Shirt
Limited Edition Huddersfield Town 2022-23 Charity Shirt

The Huddersfield Town charity shirt 2022-23, which was designed by illustrator and Huddersfield Town supporter, Peter O’Toole, is predominantly yellow with a red collar and cuffs.

The red pattern on the sleeves is inspired by the Yorkshire Air Ambulance’s blades.

A red Umbro logo is placed on the right breast with a red monochrome Huddersfield Town badge on the left breast.

In the centre of the front is the Yorkshire Air Ambulance logo.

Head of Retail Luke Cowan commented, “The aim behind the idea of the charity shirt is to raise awareness of four fantastic charities and to raise lots of money, with all proceeds split between the charities.

“The shirt has a very unique pattern which pays homage to the Yorkshire Air Ambulance’s blades and we were delighted that Peter O’Toole agreed to get involved with this project.

“I think our fans will agree that the shirt is something very different to the famous blue and white stripes and back us by buying this shirt.

“I’d also like to thank Utilita, SportsBroker and Skinny Foods for relinquishing their advertising space for the game against Norwich.”

Illustrator Peter O’Toole said, “I think the fact that Town are launching a charity shirt is great, and I was honoured to be asked to help with the design.

“It raises money for some excellent causes and I’ll be proud to watch the team in it at the Norwich game.

“My advice to fans is to buy as soon as you can, as I’m sure these will be collectors items in the years to come.”

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