Ground Name: Aggborough Stadium
Capacity: 6,238 (Seated 3,140)
Address: Hoo Road, Kidderminster, DY10 1NB
Telephone No: 01562 823 931
Fax No: 01562 827 329
Pitch Size: 110 x 72 yards
Team Nickname: Harriers
Club Founded: 1886
Year Ground Opened: 1890
Home Kit Colours: Red
Official Web Site: www.harriers.co.uk
Fans Forum Web Site: www.harriers-online.co.uk
On one side is the smart looking East Stand, opened in 2003. This single tiered, cantilevered stand, replaced a former terrace and has greatly improved the overall look of the ground. Perspex panels have been incorporated into the front of its roof allowing sunlight to reach the pitch. Opposite is the Reynolds Stand. This single tiered stand, built in 1994, is all seated and covered, with an executive area to its rear. Both ends are small covered terraces. Away fans are located in part of the seated East Stand on one side of the pitch and can also be given the South Stand Terrace.
There is a supporters club at the ground. Also behind the Reynolds Stand there is the Harriers Arms, a Banks's pub.
A five minute walk from behind the home end is Combert Hill, on which you will find some more pubs, plus the Captain Cod chip shop.
Leave M5 at junction 4 (signposted A491 Stourbridge). After approximately 5 miles, turn left onto A456 and follow towards Kidderminster. At roundabout on Kidderminster Ring Road, take first exit (signposted A451 Stourport). At next roundabout, take first exit (signposted A448 Bromsgrove), then take first turning on right into Hoo Road for the ground. There is a car park behind the away section at the ground.
Kidderminster train station is located half a mile away.
Terrace (North & South): Adults £14, Concessions £8, Under 16's £5, Under 8's Free
Seats (Hire-It and C&S Solicitors Stand): Adults £17, Concessions £11, Under 16's £8, Under 8's Free
Family Enclosure: Adults £17, Concessions £11, Under 16's £6, Under 8's Free
9,155 v Hereford, November 27th, 1948.
Located behind the East Stand is the Severn Valley Railway, which runs steam trains up to Bridgnorth. It is not uncommon to see during a game puffs of white smoke come up from beyond one side of the ground, which gives the ground some character. The station also has its own pub, which is popular with fans attending the match.
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