Shelley will host Sheffield United Under 19s in a friendly at Storthes Hall Park on Wednesday (7.30).
It’s free admission, and Huddersfield’s only West Yorkshire League club would like Town fans to come up and take a look at their team and facilities.
A reshuffle on the playing side has helped Ash Berry’s side pick up form of late.
They have lost only once in their last 10 games to climb to ninth in the WYL Premier Division.
And the experienced boss, a former Town academy coach, is pleased to see his side in the quarter-finals of both the League and Huddersfield FA Challenge Cups.
“We’re looking forward to the Sheffield game and it will be useful for both sides,” said Berry.
“We don’t have a match this Saturday, because the West Yorkshire representative side are in the FA Inter League Cup.
“And Sheffield United didn’t have a game last Saturday. They should have played Town at Canalside but it was called off.”
Berry, whose side were beaten Huddersfield FA Challenge Cup finalists last season, added: “I have good contacts at Sheffield United.
“They wanted a game and we are only too happy to oblige.
“It would be great if we get a few people up to watch and see what we have to offer, both on and off the pitch.”