If you can’t make it to Wembley you might want to watch the play-off final in a pub in Huddersfield.
Rub shoulders with fellow Huddersfield Town fans and enjoy a pint or two as you roar on the Terriers.
Here’s our guide to pubs which will be showing the Town v Reading FC game on their screens.
Rhubarb in Queensgate
The pub will be open from 11am on Bank Holiday Monday. Watch the match on their big screens.
The Crown on Westgate
The pub is opening its doors at noon and has big screens so you won’t miss any of the action.
Warehouse on Zetland Street
Pub staff are expecting a good number of Town fans to call in. Opens from 10am.
Black Bull, West Street, Lindley
Opening time is noon on Monday and they are expecting a few Town fans in to watch the crunch match on seven screens.
Scholes Cricket Club at Chapelgate, Holmfirth
A few families are expected to enjoy the day and watch the match on the club’s screens.
PPG Canalside on Leeds Road – where 3,000 fans watched Town win through in the play-off semi-finals against Sheffield Wednesday – is closed on Monday. A sign outside reads: “Closed Monday. We’re going to WEMBLEY!”
Clarence Pub, Newsome
Reader Barry North said: "The place to be to watch the Huddersfield town at Wembley match is up at Clarence Pub Newsome. Great atmosphere great people and eight TV screens to watch it all on."
Others include New Mill Club which opens at noon on Monday, the Foresters Arms in Honley, the Monkey Club at Armitage Bridge, the Black Horse on Briggate in Dalton which is offering free food at half time, the Waterloo Tavern on Wakefield Road in Waterloo, the Radcliffe Arms in Westgate, Almondbury, which is offering free bar snacks at half-time, the Rising Sun at Crosland Hill, Huddersfield YMCA at Laund Hill and the Junction Inn at Ogden Lane in Brighouse which will be serving chip butties at half time.
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