TOWN have slashed admission prices for their final home game of the season against Walsall on Saturday, April 26.
Admission to the ‘Century of Support’ game will be £10, with concessions £5 and children paying just £1.
The special-edition programme, which will include pen portraits of long-serving fans and detail much of the club’s centenary activities, will cost just £1.
There will be a minute’s applause beforehand to remember supporters who have died over the years.
And for one match, the singing section of the Antich Stand will be renamed The Cowshed, with the club hoping to revive the atmosphere of Leeds Road.
Town have worked in conjunction with the Supporters’ Club, Supporters’ Trust, Patrons and Fight For Answers to organise the events.
Director of business development Sean Jarvis, said: “The centenary is a celebration of Huddersfield Town as a whole, both on and off the field.
“It is important the club and its supporters share in those celebrations.
“This is a thank-you to everyone who has supported us both at the Galpharm and at Leeds Road before that and is just one way the club will be working with the supporters over the next year and beyond.”
Robert Wood, of the FFA said: “When we celebrate this special occasion it will highlight that Huddersfield Town is ‘our club’.
“Players, managers, chairmen and directors have all come and gone but we, the supporters, have always been the lifeblood of our great club.
“Our love for Huddersfield Town Football Club has, in most cases, been passed down through generations from formation in 1908, through the glory years of the Twenties and the despair of the Seventies to where we, as a club, are 100 years on.”
Carlton Midgley, of the Supporters Trust, added: “This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who has Huddersfield Town in their heart to come down to the Galpharm and join in the celebrations.”
Trevor Wainwright, of the Patrons, commented: “This is a great example of what can be achieved with all the supporter groups working together with the club.”
Michael Scott, from the Supporters Club, said: “Here’s to every success over the next 100 years. We are always committed to doing our best for Huddersfield Town and the supporters.”
And John Robb, of the Heavy Woollen branch, added: “Here’s hoping the next 100 years will be just as successful as the last 100.”