Huddersfield chairman Ken Davy will open the doors of the John Smith’s Stadium for their Super League game against Catalans in a fortnight for free.
Any fans who pre-book online or via the club shop before midday on the day of the game, Friday 15 June, will gain free admission to the game, that kicks off at 7.45pm.
Davy said: “I believe we all need to show as a town that we are all fully behind Simon Woolford and his plans to take this great club forward. I can think of nothing better to greet him on his first home Super League game than a huge crowd and a newly refurbished John Smith’s Stadium pitch.
“The free entry only applies until midday on Friday 15th June, after which the price will be £10. We have done this in the past to great success and in all reality all we ask for as a Club from the new supporter is their data by pre-booking the tickets ideally online via www.giantsrl.com or at the Club Shop here at the Stadium.
“Given the low season ticket pricing policy we implemented last year this fits perfectly for our marketing strategy and I am looking forward to a bumper take-up and a great evening.”
It will be new coach Simon Woolford’s first home Super League game in charge, while the two sides also met last night, with the Dragons winning to progress to the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup.