The Club are aware a flare was ignited and thrown in the away end during our fixture at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday 2nd December.
It is a criminal offence to throw missiles or bring pyrotechnics to football and we are working closely with police to identify this individual.
For more information please see the EFL's ground regulations document - https://www.efl.com/documents/ground-regulations/
The Harrogate Town Independent Supporters Club have also released the below statement...
"The Harrogate Town Independent Supporters Club would like to express their disappointment at the behaviour of one of our supporters at our recent match against Bolton Wanderers.
"Over the past 10 years we have gained a reputation of being one of the most well behaved and family friendly group of fans in the country. On Saturday a flare was ignited and thrown by one of our supporters in the away end, ultimately hitting one of our own supporters and landing at the feet of one of our younger fans.
"Everyone involved with the Independent Supporters Club are committed to making our away trips enjoyable and family friendly. This behaviour is not acceptable, and we have already taken steps to identify and ban the culprit from travelling to any further away games on our supporters club coaches.
"To reiterate, this is not acceptable, and any behaviour which jeopardises our reputation will not be tolerated and will result in an instant ban. This applies to both home and away matches.
"Your Independent Supporters Club Committee.”