Match Hub: Kidderminster Harriers


Saturday 30 October



National League North

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Spennymoor face Kidderminster for the first time in 21 months aiming to bounce back from Tuesday evening’s 2-0 defeat at AFC Fylde.

Moors has claimed one point from the last six available but still remain in third position and three points away from Brackley Town in second, with a trip to The Saints coming up in less than two weeks.

Kidderminster’s 1-1 draw at Chorley in midweek continued their recovery from three consecutive defeats against Gateshead, Fylde and Brackley. Harriers had previously thumped Bradford (Park Avenue) 5-1 last weekend – their first victory at Aggborough since late August.

Tommy Miller was without the injured trio of James Curtis, Carl Magnay and Mark Anderson – along with the suspended Stephen Thompson – on Tuesday night, with the Spennymoor manager hopeful of players returning to the squad in time for the trip to Worcestershire. 

Moors boast a strong record against Kiddy having suffered just one defeat in six meetings, with Rob Ramshaw netting in a 1-1 draw in January 2020 when the sides previously met.


You can listen to all the action from Aggborough on Durham OnAir from 2.50pm with Adam Hassell.

Download the station’s app to listen to Durham OnAir wherever you are in the country. Using the app, you can also listen in your car through your cars phone connection system.

Go to your Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for “Durham OnAir”, or click below.

how to follow the game

  • In-game updates on our Twitter page @SpennymoorTown
  • Full match report on our website and social channels
  • Post match reaction on Moors TV
  • Highlights on Moors TV Monday morning


Travelling Spennymoor Town supporters can now purchase tickets for Saturday’s game against Kidderminster Harriers via their website now.

There is an additional £2 surcharge to anyone purchasing their ticket in person at the box office on the day of the match.

Admission prices:

South Stand (Away)

Adults: £16.00
Over 65: £12.00
*Student/Young Adult (age 16-21): £10.00
U16s: £3.00

*Proof of ID will be required upon entry to the ground for tickets purchased at this price.

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East Stand.

Adults: £18.00
Over 65: £14.00
*Student/Young Adult (age 16-21): £12.00
U16s: £4.00

*Proof of ID will be required upon entry to the ground for tickets purchased at this price.

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The Supporters coach will be leaving from Durham Road at 8.30am.

The coach will depart Aggborough at 5.30pm.

Those who have purchased tickets must show them upon arrival to the coach.

how to get there

Postcode for Sat Nav purposes: DY10 1NB

Nearest railway station: Kidderminster (0.5 miles from ground)



There are refreshment facilities within easy reach for away fans at Aggborough wherever they’re housed.


Programmes at Aggborough are £3 and are packed with details covering both teams plus plenty of other great content. These are on sale throughout the ground.


Supporter parking at Aggborough is extremely limited at present. This is restricted to the South Stand where cars can park for £5 on a first come, first served basis.


We look forward to welcoming you, and ask that you keep the following in mind:

  • To arrive at the ground in good time before the match to help avoid any queues or delays, and enter via the Turnstile listed on your ticket.
  • Be mindful that some attendees may still be more comfortable wearing a face covering.
  • Scan into the Stadium using the NHS COVID-19 Test & Trace App wherever possible.
  • Use hand sanitiser which will be available at points around the ground.

For the avoidance of doubt, we would ask any supporter suffering COVID-19 symptoms to stay away from the ground and follow Government guidance.


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.

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