Huddersfield Town FC and Huddersfield DSA supported Weeks of Action 2018 #OurMatchday by running a promotional story on the club website and in Huddersfield Daily Examiner to encourage new members to join the Huddersfield Town Disabled Supporters Association (DSA)
The DSA was established in 1999 and is one of the oldest in the country. They meet on the second Wednesday of each month at Almondbury Disabled Leisure Groups Club, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.
Huddersfield DSA Chair Dave Heatherill said, “We are a social club for all ages of (Huddersfield) Town fans who are disabled, but we are also open to all Town fans who want to come along to meet and talk about Town.
We have various events including horse racing, quizzes, bingo and games, and we have had guests along to the meetings as well.”
Dave and the rest of the members organise 10-pin bowling nights and go out for meals – with a different themed supper night every month.
Membership is £10 per year with £2.50 extra for suppers. No transport is available, but the Club – which has been running since 1999 – is keen to continue to thrive as it approaches its 20th year.
If any fan wants to get in contact with Dave Heatherill at Town’s Disabled Supporters Club, he can be contacted on 07934 458650 or by email at email@example.com.