After the disappointment of Tuesday’s postponement against Altrincham, Moors make the long trip to Kidderminster looking to improve their tally of away points in 2019/20.
Moors have won just two of their 13 games on the road in the National League North this season, with wins over Alfreton and Kettering being accompanied by six draws, a league high.
Our last victory away from home was on November 2nd courtesy of a Rob Ramshaw double at North Street, but two defeats and three draws since have played a part in Moors being pegged back by the chasing pack.
The trip to Aggborough on Saturday pits together two sides at the lower end of the form guide, with Harriers desperately searching for a win after defeats to Brackley Town, Hereford and Blyth Spartans. Moors lost out to Kettering at The Brewery Field before a late postponement against Altrincham on Tuesday.
Despite taking the lead via Ashley Chambers during the reverse fixture in September, Moors fought back in a spirited second half display, levelling thanks to a Ramshaw header, before Glen Taylor netted a last gasp winner.
Kidderminster manager Jimmy Shan has been active in the transfer window this week, bringing in striker Austin Samuels and midfielder Samir Nabi.
0 percent of Kidderminster’s league goals this season have been scored by Ashley Chambers. Moors and Kidderminster have picked up a combined total of seven points from a maximum of 30 in their previous five respective games.
Aggborough Stadium is the finest football arena in the local area and, as such, offers fantastic facilities for anyone looking to come and support their team.
If you’re planning on visiting Aggborough as an away fan, here is some of the information you’ll need to know:
Kidderminster Station (0.5 miles from Aggborough Stadium). Walk down Comberton Hill towards the town centre and take the left turning just before Motorway Tyres near the bottom of the hill. Walk up Hoo Road for approximately half a mile to Aggborough Stadium.
Distances from Kidderminster
For the vast majority of matches at Aggborough, away fans will be seated in the East Stand, an all-seated stand that runs the length of the pitch, offering fantastic views of the pitch.
Where a large travelling contingent is expected, away supporters will also then be housed in the South Stand terrace, which is behind the goal to the right hand side of the tunnel as you enter the pitch.
Visiting Aggborough to support Harriers? Head to the North Stand terrace or the seated EBC Main Stand or East Stand.
As stated above, away fans will most times be housed in the East Stand seating only. In accordance with league rules this means you’d pay:
In the event that away fans are given the choice of either seating or standing, the price for seating increases to £17 and £12 respectively with U16s at £5, those under 5 still being free.
There are refreshment facilities within easy reach for away fans at Aggborough wherever they’re housed, so make sure you sample some of the legendary Aggborough Soup or maybe the Cottage Pie. We strongly recommend leaving plenty of room before tucking in!
Programmes at Aggborough are £3 and are packed with details covering both teams plus plenty of other great content.
Car Parking is available at either end of the stadium, at the South Stand Car Park (£5.00 per car, £10.00 per mini bus and £15 per coach), and Stadium Close Car Park (£3 a match day). No other parking around the area of the stadium is permitted.
In compliance with national law, Aggborough Stadium is a fully non-smoking venue within all enclosed and semi-enclosed areas. This includes the use of e-cigarettes.
Your entry into Aggborough Stadium is subject to the acceptance of the National League’s Ground regulations and adherence to the Smoke No Joke policy. Both documents are clearly visible and available on entry turnstiles but are also available for download below.