Huddersfield Town 's foreign contingent are relishing the opportunity to experience a traditional British Christmas - starting with the Boxing Day visit of Nottingham Forest
For while Christmas sees German football shut down for a mid-season break after tonight's fixtures until January 20, Huddersfield Town face five games in the same month-long period.
After last week's hat-trick of wins against Bristol City , Burton Albion and Norwich City , the Boxing Day clash against Nottingham Forest is quickly followed by a home clash against Blackburn Rovers on New Year's Eve and an away clash at Wigan Athletic on January 2.
But although it's a new experience to the majority of David Wagner 's summer signings, it's something all the players and their families are looking forward to.
“We can only enjoy it,” said Elias Kachunga. “My family are also coming to this game as well so it is a new experience for them too.”
Although a Christmas in Australia is a million miles away from one in the UK, with beers and Beach BBQ's in stark contrast to turkey and wine around a roaring fire, the Australian football schedule is similar.
“In Australia you play through Christmas and New Year so I'm used to being in Christmas Day training” said Aaron Mooy.
The only difference is of course the weather - but having spent two years at St Mirren it is something that isn't entirely new to the Australian.
Find out what Aaron Mooy wants for Christmas ahead of the Nottingham Forest game in the video above.