The club has produced many greats including Johnny Haynes, George Cohen, Bobby Robson, Rodney Marsh and Alan Mullery.
Huddersfield Town Football Club are nicknamed "The Terriers" and were founded in 1908.
Their best years were between 19 when they played in the First Division and reached the 1983 FA Cup Final, losing to Manchester United after a replay.
They were relegated from the top division in the same season.
The club holds a joint-highest seven second tier titles (six Second Division and one Championship), as well as one League One title.
They have won the League Cup three times and have been FA Cup runners-up four times.
They have the nicknames: The Cottagers, The Whites, The Lilywhites, The Porkies.
200910 was arguably the most successful season in the club's history, having reached the final of the UEFA Europa League.
The original "Crysal Palace" was a cast-iron and plate-glass building erected in Hyde Park, London, to house the Great Exhibition of 1851.
The original "cottage", built in 1780, was located on the centre circle of the pitch and was surrounded by woods and used by Anne Boleyn.
The club was founded in 1879 as Fulham St Andrew's Church Sunday School.
The name was later used to denote this area of south London and the surrounding park. In the mid 1920s, Dixie Dean prompted the Toffees first sustained period of success. Goodison Park opened in 1892 and staged a semi-final in the 1966 world cup.
It was the first English ground to have under-soil heating. There have been proposals for a new ground since 1996.