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NON LEAGUE DAY: Your guide to visiting Aggborough Stadium...

Posted: Mon 01 Sep 2014
Author: KHFC

Come and see us this weekend...


Not been to Aggborough before? Then Non-League Day is the perfect way to be introduced to one of the finest non-league days out in the Midlands....

Kidderminster Harriers have reduced the prices for the visit of fellow promotion-chasers Gateshead on Saturday 6th September as part of Non-League Day. 


You can watch top flight Non-League football at Aggborough at reduced prices for all areas, as we aim to pack the stadium. Admission to the terraces for adults will cost as little as £10 and, on top of this generous discount, we will be admitting two under 16's (with a paying adult) for just £1 each. The full price list is shown below.

The stadium is easily accessible by car; with limited parking available at either end of the ground and plenty of spaces just a short walk away in the town centre. Kidderminster train station is just a five-minute walk away. The official club website’s 'Visiting Aggborough' page will give you further information and can be found at:

Making your trip even easier, almost all of the local amenities you could need are situated within a five minute walk of the ground on Comberton Hill. Tucked away behind Aggborough Stadium is the Harriers Supporters and Social Club, which welcomes both home and away fans on a match day for a small charge. It’s a hugely-popular venue and one of the go-to destinations for fans wanting the complete match day experience.  Further from the ground, simply walk away from the stadium across the main car park and follow the road and then alleyway adjacent to the Severn Valley Railway to find many local facilities.

As a pre-match eatery, Captain Cod's Fish and Chips, opposite the Severn Valley Railway Station near the top of the hill, is popular with fans of all clubs and a little further down the hill you can find Our Plaice which has recently won plenty of local awards. If fast-food chains are more your thing then KFC is also present. Or for a quick snack there's a Tesco Express opposite the entrance to Hoo Road which also has a cashpoint. But make sure you leave room for the most famous food in football inside the ground at Aggborough! We've been making the best food in football for over 50 years and the cottage pies are not to be missed out on, not to mention the world-renowned Aggborough Soup.

There are plenty of places to grab a pre-match pint. The Railway Bell, next door to Captain Cod's, shows plenty of live sport. If you're a real ale connoisseur then be sure to drop in at the King and Castle, which is on the forecourt of the Severn Valley Railway Station, and the Weavers Real Ale House opposite Tesco Express serves only ales and ciders. If you take a stroll down into town the first pub you'll come to is the Boars Head, which also serves plenty of different ales, and The Swan, which is a further walk into the centre of town, is also worth a visit.

If you're making your way back up towards Aggborough Stadium then the Harriers Arms, which adjoins the Main Stand, is a popular pre-match haunt for home fans. If you're arriving from Worcester direction then you'll also pass The Viaduct on the way, which is another good place to grab a couple of pints before walking up the hill to the ground.

One of the best stadiums in Non-League football, Aggborough boats a capacity of 6,444 which includes 3,140 seats. Terracing is available behind both goals with the popular north stand holding Harriers most boisterous fans. The seated main stand sits behind the dugouts which is also where the players emerge from. Whilst opposite the newer and larger seated East Stand offers an excellent view.

We would love your feedback on Non-League Day and how we can improve our matchday experience at Aggborough. Please contact us at