“We have been working hard over the past 12 months to keep the historical elements of the crest and the parts that makes us all proud of Huddersfield and this Football Club."
Huddersfield Town have unveiled a new cub crest.
The club say the decision to adapt it from Dean Hoyle and after deliberation between the outgoing chairman and the club’s internal stakeholders the above was the preferred choice.
Dean Hoyle commented: “We completely understand that the Huddersfield Town crest is important to our supporters, but it’s key to state that this is an evolution - not a revolution.
“We have been working hard over the past 12 months to keep the historical elements of the crest and the parts that makes us all proud of Huddersfield and this Football Club.
“Alongside that, we have tried to incorporate modern elements to keep moving the Football Club forward.”
“It was important that we looked at previous crests and our proud history for inspiration when we were adapting the crest. As detailed above, we have taken different parts and incorporated them within this crest.
“We haven’t changed it for change’s sake. We want Huddersfield Town to stay modern, whilst remembering where we’ve come from.
“I am very proud and happy with the new crest and believe it embodies everything that we, as Huddersfield Town fans, are proud of.”
Phil Hodgkinson stated: “I will be very glad to have inherited the new crest. I believe it perfectly encapsulates the historic elements of the Club, whilst giving it a modern twist.
“I know a lot of hard work has gone into the new crest and I like it a lot. I hope, and honestly believe, fellow Town supporters will too.”