Date: 16th October 2014 at 2:07pm
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Huddersfield have been at the John Smith Stadium since 1994, which was originally the Alfred McAlpine Stadium after moving from the Leeds Road Ground which was their home for the previous 86 years.

The stadium is a 24,000 all seated stadium and was re-named the John Smith stadium in 2012 in a five year sponsorship with Heineken.

Where are Visiting suppporters?

Visiting supporters are placed in the John Smiths South Stand where 4,000 visiting supporters can be accommodated. Ladbrokes have an outlet insode the stand and there is a bar area which serves alcoholic drinks and beverages.

How to get to the John Smith Stadium

The stadium is just off the A62 Leeds Road. It can be easiest reached from Junction 25 of the M62, simply follow the signs for Huddersfield (A62) and you will come to the stadium on your left. Alternatively, if approaching from the South, then leave the M1 at Junction 38 and take the A637 towards and then the A642 into Huddersfield. As you approach the town centre try to keep to the right hand lane as you will turn right at the roundabout and onto the A62 Leeds Road. The stadium is a short distance down this road on the right. For the car parks turn right at the traffic lights, where the Market Pub is on the corner. The stadium is generally well signposted around Huddersfield town centre.