Harrogate Town fixtures for debut EFL League Two season

Harrogate's CNG stadium.  Picture: Tony JohnsonHarrogate's CNG stadium.  Picture: Tony Johnson
Harrogate's CNG stadium. Picture: Tony Johnson
Harrogate Town’s first game as an EFL club will be away at Southend United on Saturday September 12.

Their first home game brings a visit of Walsall.

Simon Weaver’s Harrogate will play their opening ‘home’ games at Doncaster’s Keepmoat Stadium while their 3G pitch, which does not come up to EFL regulations, is replaced by grass.

They are due to play their first game as a Football League club at their traditional home sometime in October; either against Bolton, Barrow, or Stevenage.

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A mouthwatering Yorkshire derby with Bradford City is set for Saturday October 10 at Valley Parade with the return at the CNG Stadium scheduled for Saturday Apirl 17, by which time fans will hopefully be allowed into stadiums again.


Sat 12 Southend United A

Sat 19 Walsall H

Sat 26 Port Vale A


Sat 3 Bolton Wanderers H

Sat 10 Bradford City A

Sat 17 Barrow H

Tue 20 Grimsby Town A

Sat 24 Colchester United A

Tue 27 Stevenage H

Sat 31 Newport County A


Tue 3 Tranmere Rovers H

Sat 14 Crawley Town H I

Sat 21 Leyton Orient A

Tue 24 Mansfield Town A


Tue 1 Scunthorpe United H

Sat 5 Forest Green Rovers H

Sat 12 Morecambe A

Tue 15 Exeter City A

Sat 19 Salford City H

Sat 26 Oldham Athletic A

Tue 29 Carlisle United H


Sat 2 Cheltenham Town H

Sat 9 Cambridge United A

Sat 16 Exeter City H

Sat 23 Salford City A

Tue 26 Tranmere Rovers A

Sat 30 Newport County H


Sat 6 Crawley Town A

Sat 13 Leyton Orient H

Sat 20 Scunthorpe United A

Tue 23 Mansfield Town H

Sat 27 Grimsby Town H


Tue 2 Barrow A

Sat 6 Stevenage A

Tue 9 Colchester United H

Sat 13 Forest Green Rovers A

Sat 20 Morecambe H

Sat 27 Southend United H


Fri 2 Walsall A

Mon 5 Port Vale H

Sat 10 Bolton Wanderers A

Sat 17 Bradford City H

Tue 20 Oldham Athletic H

Sat 24 Carlisle United A


Sat 1 Cambridge United H

Sat 8 Cheltenham Town A

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