Kidderminster Harriers: Club Profile
With Kidderminster Harriers, our time is defined by our epic Conference title battles and FA Trophy history among other things. Who could think that our first-ever meeting back during the early stages of the 1985-6 FA Cup would lead to such tales? We lost that day, by the way; our Conference opponents too strong for us as an Isthmian League Division Two north side. But it wouldn’t always be the case.
Both of us suffered the indignity of winning the Conference in the mid-1990s – only to be denied promotion. After we were kept down, the 1996-7 season saw our home game with Kiddy attract more than 6,000 fans; an incredible number for that time. They won the race to the Football League, however; promoted – finally – in 2000. Six years later, they were back down with us. A year after that? The historic FA Trophy Final at the ‘new’ Wembley.
In recent times, things have gone awry for Kiddy. After coming second in the Conference in 2012-3, the club now finds itself down another division; falling short in the playoffs as they sought an immediate return from National League North in 2017. Since then, league positions tumbled and the days of being a Football League side are now long gone.
Kidderminster Harriers: Record vs Boro'
* league points only
Kidderminster Harriers: Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)
Saturday 17 April 2010
Saturday 20 March 2010
Saturday 13 March 2010
Saturday 05 December 2009
Tuesday 21 April 2009
Saturday 04 April 2009
Thursday 13 March 2008
Friday 24 August 2007
Saturday 12 May 2007
Tuesday 03 April 2007
Saturday 25 November 2006
Saturday 01 April 2006
Saturday 12 November 2005
Saturday 04 March 2000
Saturday 04 September 1999
Saturday 24 April 1999
Saturday 26 September 1998
Saturday 04 April 1998
Saturday 13 September 1997
Saturday 25 January 1997
Monday 16 September 1996
Monday 22 April 1996
Saturday 16 March 1996
Saturday 25 February 1995
Saturday 26 November 1994
Saturday 07 September 1985
Players For Us... and Them
Kidderminster Harriers Ground Information
Away Fans’ Stand
Facilities for Disabled Fans
Kidderminster Harriers Travel Information – Distance: 111 miles
Make your way across to the M1 and head north. At Junction 17, peel off and join the M45 towards Coventry. When the M45 comes to an end, keep going on the A45; going over the next three roundabouts. You’ll end up on Stonebridge Highway on the edge of Coventry.
At the junction with the A46, keep in the left lane in order to join the A46 south. After about 10 miles, you should reach the M40. At this point, go left as if to come back on yourself at the roundabout. You want to join the M40; this will take you under the A46 from where you just came. Go along the M40 for about 11 miles until you reach the M42.
Merge onto the M42 and keep going for a further 10 miles. At a junction for the A38, come off and take the second exit at the roundabout for the A38 – passing The Forest Harvester on your left. After just half a mile more, take a right turn onto Birmingham Road. Go over one roundabout and then continue onto Market Street (A448).
In 0.4 miles, you’ll reach another roundabout. Take the second exit (to go right) and follow the A448 some more. In nine more miles, you’ll approch a roundabout. But don’t go onto it! Turn left onto Hoo Road just before it. This is just after the Severn Valley Railway. The ground will be on your left 0.4 miles down this road.
You can park at either end of the stadium (if you get there in good time). For the South Stand car park, it’s a fiver per car and a tenner for a minibus. In the Stadium Close Car Park, meanwhile, it’s £3 on a matchday. Local street parking is NOT an option.
Services to: BIRMINGHAM (for PETERBOROUGH, LONDON EUSTON)
Aggborough is around half a mile from the station. Walk down Comberton Hill towards the town centre. Turn left just before Motorway Tyres at the bottom of the hill and walk through an industrial-looking area. It’ll narrow into a pathway through residences – but does bring you out at the ground.