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This is a list of the records of all the managers of Huddersfield Town since the club's inception in 1908.
Information correct as of matches played up to and including 8 May 2021. Only competitive matches are counted.
|Fred Walker||England||August 1908||26 November 1910||92||40||12||40||183||173||43.48|
|Dick Pudan||England||26 November 1910||24 April 1912||66||21||13||32||106||115||31.82|
|Leslie Knighton||England||24 April 1912||27 April 1912||1||1||0||0||4||0||100.00|
|Arthur Fairclough||England||27 April 1912||23 December 1919||281||125||57||99||442||349||44.48|
|Ambrose Langley||England||23 December 1919||23 March 1921||65||33||13||19||101||73||50.77|
|Coaching Staff||24 March 1921||30 March 1921||2||2||0||0||6||2||100.00|
|Herbert Chapman||England||31 March 1921||10 June 1925||194||95||53||46||282||166||48.97|
|Cecil Potter||England||3 July 1925||16 August 1926||44||24||11||9||93||64||54.55|
|Jack Chaplin||Scotland||23 August 1926||27 May 1929||141||62||38||41||277||209||43.97|
|Clem Stephenson||England||27 May 1929||8 June 1942||556||235||132||189||980||833||42.27|
|Ted Magner||England||8 June 1942||20 September 1943||42||25||9||8||116||71||59.52|
|David Steele||Scotland||20 September 1943||16 June 1947||167||73||24||70||322||299||43.71|
|George Stephenson||England||21 August 1947||11 March 1952||213||62||45||104||259||380||29.11|
|Board of Directors||12 March 1952||17 April 1952||7||3||2||2||10||12||42.86|
|Andy Beattie||Scotland||18 April 1952||3 November 1956||196||84||45||67||314||288||42.86|
|Bill Shankly||Scotland||5 November 1956||1 December 1959||137||51||36||50||211||200||37.23|
|Eddie Boot||England||2 December 1959||18 January 1960||9||4||3||2||22||11||44.44|
|Eddie Boot||England||19 January 1960||2 September 1964||217||79||58||80||303||304||36.41|
|Ian Greaves||England||3 September 1964||25 October 1964||12||4||1||7||17||24||33.33|
|Tom Johnston||Scotland||26 October 1964||13 May 1968||170||73||41||56||224||189||42.94|
|Ian Greaves||England||11 June 1968||25 June 1974||281||89||88||104||306||338||31.67|
|Bobby Collins||Scotland||June 1974||23 December 1975||76||24||18||34||82||106||31.58|
|Tom Johnston||Scotland||24 December 1975||22 April 1977||74||35||18||21||98||72||47.30|
|John Haselden||England||22 April 1977||29 September 1977||18||1||11||6||13||22||5.56|
|Tom Johnston||Scotland||29 September 1977||29 August 1978||44||15||12||17||62||55||34.09|
|Mick Buxton||England||30 August 1978||30 October 1978||12||4||3||5||15||15||33.33|
|Mick Buxton||England||31 October 1978||23 December 1986||426||174||113||139||616||506||40.85|
|Steve Smith||England||23 December 1986||12 January 1987||5||2||3||0||9||5||40.00|
|Steve Smith||England||13 January 1987||6 October 1987||33||7||13||13||41||54||21.21|
|Jimmy Robson||England||7 October 1987||11 October 1987||1||0||0||1||1||4||0.00|
|Malcolm Macdonald||England||12 October 1987||4 May 1988||37||6||7||24||33||81||16.22|
|Eoin Hand||Ireland||5 May 1988||6 March 1992||216||83||57||76||284||278||38.43|
|Ian Ross||Scotland||6 March 1992||14 July 1993||71||31||16||24||104||92||43.66|
|Neil Warnock||England||15 July 1993||5 June 1995||120||51||37||32||177||143||42.50|
|Brian Horton||England||21 June 1995||6 October 1997||120||39||35||46||142||161||32.50|
|Peter Jackson||England||7 October 1997||10 May 1999||94||33||27||34||121||143||35.11|
|Steve Bruce||England||24 May 1999||16 October 2000||66||25||16||25||80||76||37.88|
|Lou Macari||Scotland||16 October 2000||14 June 2002||93||36||29||28||115||102||38.71|
|Mick Wadsworth||England||1 July 2002||26 March 2003||43||10||10||23||32||54||23.26|
|Mel Machin||England||26 March 2003||6 May 2003||7||2||2||3||10||11||28.57|
|Peter Jackson||England||27 June 2003||5 March 2007||197||81||52||64||292||271||41.12|
|Gerry Murphy||Ireland||6 March 2007||10 April 2007||6||1||4||1||6||6||16.67|
|Andy Ritchie||England||11 April 2007||1 April 2008||51||22||5||24||62||77||43.14|
|Gerry Murphy||Ireland||1 April 2008||3 May 2008||6||4||2||0||7||2||66.67|
|Stan Ternent||England||3 May 2008||4 November 2008||18||5||5||8||27||31||27.78|
|Gerry Murphy||Ireland||4 November 2008||15 December 2008||5||3||0||2||8||7||60.00|
|Graham Mitchell||England||13 December 2008||13 December 2008||1||1||0||0||1||0||100.00|
|Lee Clark||England||15 December 2008||15 February 2012||177||86||50||41||310||218||48.59|
|Simon Grayson||England||20 February 2012||24 January 2013||49||17||15||17||58||69||34.69|
|Mark Lillis||England||24 January 2013||14 February 2013||5||2||2||1||4||5||40.00|
|Mark Robins||England||14 February 2013||10 August 2014||68||23||14||31||87||101||33.82|
|Mark Lillis||England||10 August 2014||3 September 2014||6||2||1||3||11||14||33.33|
|Chris Powell||England||3 September 2014||4 November 2015||58||15||21||22||69||85||25.86|
|Mark Lillis||England||4 November 2015||9 November 2015||1||0||0||1||0||3||0.00|
|David Wagner||United States||9 November 2015||14 January 2019||154||51||33||70||164||225||33.12|
|Mark Hudson||England||14 January 2019||21 January 2019||1||0||0||1||0||3||0.00|
|Jan Siewert||Germany||21 January 2019||16 August 2019||19||1||3||15||12||42||5.26|
|Mark Hudson||England||17 August 2019||9 September 2019||3||0||0||3||2||6||0.00|
|Danny Cowley||England||9 September 2019||19 July 2020||40||13||11||16||46||57||32.50|
|Danny Schofield||England||20 July 2020||22 July 2020||1||0||0||1||1||4||0.00|
|Carlos Corberán||Spain||23 July 2020||48||12||13||23||52||75||25.00|
|Fred Walker||1908–1910||Election into The Football League|
|Ambrose Langley||1919–1921|| 1920 FA Cup Final |
1920 Second Division Runners-up
|Herbert Chapman||1921–1925|| 1922 FA Cup |
1922 FA Charity Shield
1924 First Division
1925 First Division
|Cecil Potter||1925–1926||1926 First Division|
|Jack Chaplin||1926–1929|| 1927 First Division Runners-up|
1928 FA Cup Final
1928 First Division Runners-up
1929 FA Cup Semi Final
|Clem Stephenson||1929–1942|| 1930 FA Cup Final |
1934 First Division Runners-up
1938 FA Cup Final
1939 FA Cup Semi Final
|Andy Beattie||1952–1956||1953 Second Division Runners-up|
|Tom Johnston||1964–1968||1968 Football League Cup Semi Final|
|Ian Greaves||1968–1974||1970 Second Division|
|Mick Buxton||1978–1986|| 1980 Fourth Division |
1983 Promoted Automatically from Third Division
|Neil Warnock||1993–1995|| 1994 Football League Trophy Final |
1995 Football League Second Division play-off Final
|Peter Jackson||2003–2007||2004 Football League Third Division play-off Final|
|Simon Grayson||2012–2013||2012 Football League One play-off Final|
|David Wagner||2015–2019||2017 EFL Championship play-off Final|
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