After making it three wins from three at Leyton Orient on Tuesday night, we're back at The EnviroVent Stadium for a Bank Holiday weekend clash with Exeter City.
Tickets for the fixture are on sale now online through the below link, and are available from our Commercial Street Store during the week.
Tickets will be available online up until midnight on Friday 27th August at our advanced reduced rate, £2 cheaper than matchday prices.
On Saturday 28st August, tickets will be on sale from 9am until kick-off in our ticket office at The EnviroVent Stadium.
No programmes will be available to purchase at the ground on matchday.
As per EFL guidelines, this fixture is not available to stream via our streaming service.
The Envirovent Stand will be closed for both home and away supporters on Saturday.
This is due to operational difficulties around adequate stewarding number and the club making provisions to deal with the situation in advance of Saturday.
The club has contacted the people that have purchased tickets in that stand and the season tickets holder in the stand to offer alternative spaces in the Black Sheep Brewery Stand.
A reminder that the EnviroVent Stadium is now cashless, meaning all transactions within the stadium must be by card.
Harrogate Town Season Ticket Holders will enter the ground via turnstile one, which will be clearly signposted on arrival.
The following articles must not be brought within the Ground - knives, fireworks, smoke canisters, air-horns, flares, weapons, dangerous or hazardous items, laser devices, bottles, glass vessels, cans, poles and any article that might be used as a weapon and/or compromise public safety. Any person in possession of such items will be refused entry to the Ground.
Staff have been reminded that if anyone on site starts to ‘begin to feel unwell' they will be asked to leave the site immediately go home without using public transport where possible and book a PCR test.
Anyone with symptoms however absolutely must not attend the stadium and must be advised to book a PCR test.
While in the stadium, we ask under guidance from North Yorkshire County Council Public Health that if you can wear a face mask that would help. This is not mandatory.
We ask supporters to wear face masks when using toilet facilities, due to risk of less social distancing than other areas of the ground.
We also ask any supporters travelling to the fixture on public transport to wear a face covering to minimise the risk of spreading Covid-19.