Huddersfield Town have their first Premier League game on Saturday when they take on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
And it's not just the team and the fans who are excited about the new season. Katie Oscroft has been to the town today to find out whether businesses are ready to cash in on its football club's new found status.
Athletes have been in action again today on day three of the Special Olympics in Sheffield.
They have been taking part in competitions at a number of venues across the city with events including aquatics, equestrian, cycling, basketball, netball, golf and tennis.
It's the country’s largest multi-sports event for athletes with intellectual disabilities and has seen around 2,600 athletes of all ages and abilities coming together from across the country.
They are being supported over the four days of competition by 800 coaches, 1000 volunteers, 200 officials and over 7,000 family and friends.
There's more action tomorrow, ahead of a closing ceremony in the evening.
The first full day of competition is getting underway at the Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield Town's captain Mark Hudson has retired ahead of the new Premier League season, to join the club's coaching staff.
The 35-year-old defender won his third promotion to the top flight in May - after going up previously with both Crystal Palace and Cardiff City.
Altogether he played nearly 500 games in his career - over 100 of them in three season with the Terriers.
Sheffield United's Bramall Lane will host the opening ceremony of the Special Olympics National Games tonight.
It is the largest disability multi-sport event in the country this year and will see athletes compete in 20 disciplines. Thousands of people are expected to descend on the city for the event.
More and more girls are taking up cricket - inspired no doubt by England Women's World Cup victory.
Cameraman Michael Newton spent the day at a special training session at Woodlands Cricket Club in Bradford where Yorkshire Diamond players were on hand to give a few tips.
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If any team at next week's Special Olympics National Games can claim home advantage it's the Yorkshire and Humber basketball team.Read the full story ›
The Special Olympics National Games in Sheffield will be the largest disability multi-sport event in the country this year.Read the full story ›