List of Huddersfield Town A.F.C. managers

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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.

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Information correct as of matches played up to and including 8 May 2021. Only competitive matches are counted.

NameCountryFromToPWDLGFGAWin% [1] Notes
Fred Walker Flag of England.svg  England August 190826 November 19109240124018317343.48 [2] [3] [4]
Dick Pudan Flag of England.svg  England 26 November 191024 April 19126621133210611531.82 [2]
Leslie Knighton Flag of England.svg  England 24 April 191227 April 1912110040100.00 [2] [5]
Arthur Fairclough Flag of England.svg  England 27 April 191223 December 1919281125579944234944.48
Ambrose Langley Flag of England.svg  England 23 December 191923 March 1921653313191017350.77 [2]
Coaching Staff24 March 192130 March 1921220062100.00
Herbert Chapman Flag of England.svg  England 31 March 192110 June 192519495534628216648.97 [2]
Cecil Potter Flag of England.svg  England 3 July 192516 August 19264424119936454.55 [2]
Jack Chaplin Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 23 August 192627 May 192914162384127720943.97
Clem Stephenson Flag of England.svg  England 27 May 19298 June 194255623513218998083342.27 [6]
Ted Magner Flag of England.svg  England 8 June 194220 September 19434225981167159.52 [7]
David Steele Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 20 September 194316 June 194716773247032229943.71 [8]
George Stephenson Flag of England.svg  England 21 August 194711 March 1952213624510425938029.11
Board of Directors12 March 195217 April 19527322101242.86
Andy Beattie Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 18 April 19523 November 195619684456731428842.86
Bill Shankly Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 5 November 19561 December 195913751365021120037.23
Eddie Boot Flag of England.svg  England 2 December 195918 January 19609432221144.44 [5]
Eddie Boot Flag of England.svg  England 19 January 19602 September 196421779588030330436.41
Ian Greaves Flag of England.svg  England 3 September 196425 October 196412417172433.33 [5]
Tom Johnston Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 26 October 196413 May 196817073415622418942.94
Ian Greaves Flag of England.svg  England 11 June 196825 June 1974281898810430633831.67
Bobby Collins Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland June 197423 December 1975762418348210631.58
Tom Johnston Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 24 December 197522 April 197774351821987247.30
John Haselden Flag of England.svg  England 22 April 197729 September 197718111613225.56
Tom Johnston Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 29 September 197729 August 197844151217625534.09
Mick Buxton Flag of England.svg  England 30 August 197830 October 197812435151533.33 [5]
Mick Buxton Flag of England.svg  England 31 October 197823 December 198642617411313961650640.85
Steve Smith Flag of England.svg  England 23 December 198612 January 198752309540.00 [5]
Steve Smith Flag of England.svg  England 13 January 19876 October 19873371313415421.21
Jimmy Robson Flag of England.svg  England 7 October 198711 October 19871001140.00
Malcolm Macdonald Flag of England.svg  England 12 October 19874 May 1988376724338116.22
Eoin Hand Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 5 May 19886 March 199221683577628427838.43
Ian Ross Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 6 March 199214 July 1993713116241049243.66
Neil Warnock Flag of England.svg  England 15 July 19935 June 199512051373217714342.50
Brian Horton Flag of England.svg  England 21 June 19956 October 199712039354614216132.50
Peter Jackson Flag of England.svg  England 7 October 199710 May 19999433273412114335.11
Steve Bruce Flag of England.svg  England 24 May 199916 October 200066251625807637.88
Lou Macari Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 16 October 200014 June 20029336292811510238.71
Mick Wadsworth Flag of England.svg  England 1 July 200226 March 200343101023325423.26
Mel Machin Flag of England.svg  England 26 March 20036 May 20037223101128.57 [5]
Peter Jackson Flag of England.svg  England 27 June 20035 March 200719781526429227141.12
Gerry Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 6 March 200710 April 200761416616.67 [5]
Andy Ritchie Flag of England.svg  England 11 April 20071 April 20085122524627743.14
Gerry Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 1 April 20083 May 200864207266.67 [5]
Stan Ternent Flag of England.svg  England 3 May 20084 November 200818558273127.78
Gerry Murphy Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland 4 November 200815 December 200853028760.00 [5]
Graham Mitchell Flag of England.svg  England 13 December 200813 December 2008110010100.00 [5]
Lee Clark Flag of England.svg  England 15 December 200815 February 201217786504131021848.59
Simon Grayson Flag of England.svg  England 20 February 201224 January 201349171517586934.69
Mark Lillis Flag of England.svg  England 24 January 201314 February 201352214540.00 [5]
Mark Robins Flag of England.svg  England 14 February 201310 August 2014682314318710133.82
Mark Lillis Flag of England.svg  England 10 August 20143 September 20146213111433.33 [5]
Chris Powell Flag of England.svg  England 3 September 20144 November 201558152122698525.86
Mark Lillis Flag of England.svg  England 4 November 20159 November 20151001030.00 [5]
David Wagner Flag of the United States.svg  United States 9 November 201514 January 201915451337016422533.12
Mark Hudson Flag of England.svg  England 14 January 201921 January 20191001030.00 [5]
Jan Siewert Flag of Germany.svg  Germany 21 January 201916 August 201919131512425.26 [9]
Mark Hudson Flag of England.svg  England 17 August 20199 September 20193003260.00 [5]
Danny Cowley Flag of England.svg  England 9 September 201919 July 202040131116465732.50 [10]
Danny Schofield Flag of England.svg  England 20 July 202022 July 20201001140.00 [5]
Carlos Corberán Flag of Spain.svg  Spain 23 July 202048121323527525.00 [11]

Managers with Honours

NameTenureHonours
Fred Walker 1908–1910Election 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 1964–19681968 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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References

  1. Win% is rounded to two decimal places
  2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Secretary of the committee that chose the team
  3. With the exception of the first 10 matches in the 1910–11 season, all Walker's managerial records took place while Town were playing non-league football.
  4. Walker is the only player-manager in the history of Huddersfield Town.
  5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Caretaker Manager
  6. These includes 3 seasons in the Wartime League, but it doesn't include the 3 league matches expunged from the 1939–40 season.
  7. All Magner's matches were played in the Wartime League.
  8. The first 3 seasons that Steele was in charge were played in the Wartime League. Only the 1946–47 season was played in the Football League.
  9. "Huddersfield Town appoint Jan Siewert from Borussia Dortmund as new manager". 21 January 2019. Retrieved 21 January 2019.
  10. "Danny Cowley: Huddersfield Town appoint Lincoln City boss as manager". 9 September 2019. Retrieved 9 September 2019.
  11. "Carlos Corberan: Huddersfield Town appoint Leeds United assistant as new head coach". 23 July 2020. Retrieved 23 July 2020.