This photograph held very special memories for Brian Gill.
When Brian died in March his wife, Gladys, found it while going through his things.
And now she’s keen to find out what happened to his team-mates from this football team that played during the Second World War.
It was the 1943-44 season and the team of teenagers were runners-up in the Huddersfield Minor FA Cup.
Gladys, of Crosland Moor, said: “I think Brian played for Huddersfield YMCA and would have been about 16 when this photograph was taken.
“Brian loved his sport and played cricket until he was 62.”
He was an accountant, working for several Huddersfield firms.
The couple married at St Barnabas Church in Crosland Moor in 1951 and had celebrated their diamond wedding. Brian died in March aged 85.
He was treasurer of the Royal British Legion in Golcar and during the late 1940s did his National Service in the army, serving mainly in Egypt.
The couple have two sons, Andrew and Michael, four grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Anyone who is on the photograph or has any information can contact Gladys on 01484 640969.