David Wagner’s pink and white army!

Huddersfield Town will sport a new one-off look when they face Birmingham City in their Championship clash at the John Smith’s Stadium.

The 100th league clash between the clubs has been designated the Town Foundation game.

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It’s all about raising funds for and awareness of the club’s children’s charity, founded in 2012 by chairman Dean Hoyle.

The pink and white striped shirt includes the names of fans who pledged money to the Foundation.

More than 500 have chipped in and there has been sponsorship from long-standing backers Johnstone’s Paint by PPG.

Town’s matchday programme, Give Us An H, will also be pink.

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The price will be £2.50 instead of the usual £2, with the additional 50p going straight to the Foundation.

The charity feeds around 1,200 children in the local community with a healthy breakfast every school day.

And around 1,000 families who benefit from the work of the Foundation will enjoy the game free of charge.