A FOOTBALL-mad family have welcomed the fifth generation of Town fans into the fold.
The birth of Mia Haigh provides another supporter for Huddersfield's footballers.
Her family - great great-grandma Emma Haigh, 94, mum Gemma, 22, grandma Karen, 44, and great-grandma Mary, 66, all of Clarke Lane, Meltham - are all Huddersfield fans.
Mia was born in Huddersfield Royal Infirmary on December 7, weighing in at a healthy 9lb ½oz.
She is a first child for Gemma and her partner Ashley Sykes.
Grandma Karen works for Town, looking after fans in her job as On the Move fan base representative.
"Mia hasn't been to a game yet, but I'm sure it won't be long before she does," said Karen.
"We're hoping she'll be a mascot one day."
Gemma, Karen and Mary are all season ticket holders and travel to every home and away match.
Karen fondly remembers attending her first game - in February, 1972, when Town beat West Ham United 4-2 in the fifth round of the FA Cup.
And great great-grandma Emma used to meet many of the players of the 1970s, when she ran The Rose and Crown pub in Meltham with husband Lawrie. They ran the pub for almost 30 years.