Three's Company On HTAFC Training Range

Rekorderlig Cider, Wilby Limited and Yorkshire Air Ambulance logos proudly displayed

For the second consecutive season, the official training range of Huddersfield Town will carry the logos of three of Town's most valued partners.

As the players train in Spain this week as their build-up to the 2013/14 Championship campaign continues, their new PUMA training tops will be adorned with the logos of Main Club Sponsor Rekorderlig Cider, Wilby Limited and charity partner Yorkshire Air Ambulance.

Rekorderlig's logo is now a very familiar one to Town fans, having featured on the front of the famous blue and white striped home shirt throughout the 2012/13 season. It will once again appear on the front of Town's new PUMA home shirts in the forthcoming campaign as it enters the second year of a three season deal.

Wilby Limited, an independent insurance broker based in Halifax, has just entered its fifth season of partnership with 'The Yorkshire Club'. Their logo has previously appeared on the back of Town's home shirts too.

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance is Town's longest standing official charity partner. Together the two organisations created the innovative 'Keep It Up' campaign in 2009; a scheme that will soon reach a total of £1 million raised for the charity and the Club's Academy.

Huddersfield Town's Commercial Director Sean Jarvis commented: “I believe that the three companies featuring on our training range during the 2013/14 season are a terrific cross section of the businesses that support the Club.

“Rekorderlig Cider is an international brand, based in Sweden, but it has experienced a tangible increase in sales of their product in the Huddersfield area thanks to its partnership with Huddersfield Town.

“Equally, the Club needs the support of local businesses to thrive and we’re delighted that Wilby Limited is now entering its fifth successive season as an official club partner.

“Huddersfield Town is equally proud of its contribution to the community as well as its business acumen and the ‘Keep It Up’ campaign with the Yorkshire Air Ambulance is a pioneering scheme that is now being echoed across all forms of sport.

“The Club is proud to display all three logos on the front of the training range throughout the 2013/14 season.”