A limited number of prints of a painting of former Huddersfield Town manager Neil Warnock are on sale now to raise money for the Huddersfield Town Foundation and Leslie Sports Foundation.

Neil Warnock may have now left Huddersfield Town and a new era has commenced, but having carved himself well and truly into the history of the Club, he will be fondly remembered by everyone at Town for a long time to come.

Many Town fans will remember one of the iconic lasting images of the 2022/23 season when Neil helped to keep the Terriers in the Championship, where the former boss walked down the tunnel back to the changing room.

Local and Royal artist Richard Gower has beautifully captured this moment in a painting that fans will be able to cherish forever.

Richard and Neil have both agreed to donate all the funds raised on a 50:50 basis between the Huddersfield Town Foundation to help tackle the consequences of inequality by providing positive opportunities and support to the community of Kirklees alongside the Leslie Sports Foundation.

Graham Leslie, president of the Leslie Sports Foundation, commented:

“As an ex-chairman of Huddersfield Town, founder chairman of Kirklees Stadium Developments Ltd., and president of the Leslie Sports Foundation, I’m an avid supporter of sport within our community.

“I saw the photo of Neil and asked a great friend of mine, local and Royal artist Richard Gower, to recreate it in a painting to capture such a special moment.

“I’m delighted he did this and that we can sell the funds to raise money to help two great causes do more work locally. 

“I’m so grateful to Neil for giving his blessing in this project. People really can own a piece of sporting history!”

The Foundation thanks Neil for his generosity as he shows his connection with the local community once again after our ‘An Evening with Neil Warnock’ event to raise money for the Foundation.

Our Chief Executive Officer Siobhan Atkinson also said:

“Neil Warnock continues to show he totally understands and recognises the importance of the work the Huddersfield Town Foundation carries out.

“The print is beautiful and really captures a true moment of HTAFC history. I’m hoping that Town fans will want to snap these up and we will quickly then be able to use the funds raised to do more work across our community at a time when support is really needed.

“Keeping our breakfast clubs going is essential but it’s becoming increasingly difficult to raise funds and innovative opportunities like this are fantastic. I’m equally grateful to Richard Gower and Graham Leslie for their contribution to this unique fundraiser.”

A very limited print run has been completed with the grace of both Richard and Neil with only 100 in circulation.

Each limited-edition print is signed by Richard Gower along with a letter of authenticity and those purchasing can also request for Neil Warnock’s signature to be added to the print.

These prints are on sale now at a price of £105. For those wanting to get their prints framed See It Now Sports have offered to frame the prints for an additional £75. To access this framing offer please contact See It Now Sports via email

If you would like to buy one of these limited-edition prints and support the Foundation in the proceeding, then CLICK HERE to own a piece of Town history!