THERE have been highs and lows in the history of the John Smith’s Stadium.
The first soccer match was on August 20, 1994, when Town lost 1-0 to Wycombe Wanderers
The crowd for that first game was 13,334
The first Town goal at the Stadium was scored by Andy Booth on August 30, 1994, in a 2-1 victory over Leyton Orient
The highest number of goals was 8, when Town beat Crystal Palace 7-1 in August 1999.
The highest crowd for a soccer game was 23,678 in the FA Cup against Liverpool on December 12, 1999
The first RL game at the stadium saw Huddersfield beat Barrow 50-12 in front of 4,300 onSunday, August 28, 1994. Neil Flanagan scored the first try.
The record Giants attendance was 15,629 v Leeds Rhinos in February 2008.
Record RL stadium crowd was 24,126, for Great Britain v Australia, Ashes Test match on November 22, 2003.
Highest score: Huddersfield 142 Blackpool 4 (Regal Trophy, and a RL world record score, attendance 1,111, November 26, 1994). Centre Greg Austin scored nine tries.