TOWN are hoping the craze for wristbands can help them - and a local charity.
The soccer club have brought out Huddersfield Town bands in their own blue and white colours.
And they hope that fans will snap them up to help raise cash for the West Yorkshire Forget Me Not Trust.
Town manager Peter Jackson is a staunch supporter of the Trust, which is campaigning for a children's hospice to serve Huddersfield and Halifax.
Plans have gone in for a hospice on land at Lindley Moor.
Now the club hope the £1.50 bands will help boost the charity's funds, with 50p from every sale going into their coffers.
Club spokesman Michele Adamson said: "Wristbands are the big craze of the moment and because Peter is a big supporter of the charity, we thought it would be great to help them.
"Fans have already been buying them and we hope hundreds more will follow. Some of the players have certainly got them now."
The bands are available at the Stadium Superstore and the Sporting Pride shop in Cloth Hall Street, Huddersfield.