The EnviroVent Stadium has been home to Harrogate Town AFC since the formation of the club.
Over the decades the ground has evolved under the stewardship of hard working and dedicated directors, supporters and volunteers. In 2012 a new custodian and current Chairman, Irving Weaver set out ambitious plans to develop the ground to a standard that President, George Dunnington, could only describe as "a dream".
The dream started to become a reality in 2013, with the construction of two new stands at the stadium.
After promotion to The National League in 2018 and the required ground developments that go with it, three new stands were built during the 2018/19 season, taking the capacity to over 4,000.
A standing terrace in front of The 1919 Venue and changing room end and a seperate standing terrace next to the Family Stand were both opened on Monday 22nd April as Gateshead visited The EnviroVent Stadium, with a seated stand next to the Envirovent Stand completed in the Summer of 2019.
Following promotion to the EFL in August 2020, a grass pitch was installed to comply with EFL regulations, replacing the existing 3G pitch.
In addition to this, a new Main Stand was constructed with close to 1,000 seats, boosting the capacity of the stadium to 5,000.
Following the conclusion of the 2021/22 season, it was announced that £3.5m would be invested off the pitch, including the installation of a new seated stand taking the number of seats available in the ground to over 2,000.
Coming from York - Trains from York are every hour and the journey takes approximately 30 minutes. Hop on the 7 bus at the bus station and show your match ticket to the driver to get your discounted fare.
The EnviroVent Stadium is roughly a 25 minute walk from Harrogate Station - HG1 1TE. (1.1 Miles)
Coming from Leeds - Trains from Leeds depart every 30 minutes from arrive at Hornbeam Park Station 30 minutes later. The EnviroVent Stadium is a 25 minute walk from Hornbeam Park Station - HG2 8BW. (1.3 Miles)
Harrogate Train Station and The Bus Station are next to each other. Harrogate Train station connects directly with Leeds and York which have direct links with the main centres across the country Manchester, London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Liverpool.
Getting to the ground early means you can make the most of your day at Harrogate Town. We recommend you plan to arrive at the ground at least 45 minutes before the start of the game.
There is no parking inside The EnviroVent Stadium. Parking is subject to local restrictions on most of the residential streets around the ground, including Wayside Crescent and St Nicholas Road.
Matchday parking can be accessed at Cedar Court Hotel on Park Parade, HG1 5AH, for £5 per vehicle on a first come first served basis.
Anyone wishing to park at Cedar Court Hotel, which is a five minute walk from the ground, must enter their vehicle details and card details on the iPads in reception.
There are other roads close to the ground where parking is possible, but we would ask you to be respectful of local residents and ensure that you do not block or infringe driveways. For more information on parking in Harrogate please click here.
Alternatively, We are only a short minute walk from the Town centre where a number of car parks are available.
Food and Drink
We have options to suit all budgets at Harrogate Town, with a number of kiosks around the ground where you and your family can pick up traditional matchday food and a mixture of hot & cold beverages before and during the match.
Alternatively if you wish to enhance your matchday experience, then why not have a look at the variety of hospitality packages that we offer. For more information on these packages please contact one of our team on 01423 210600 or email [email protected]
Stadium Security & Safety
All our matches are manned by fully trained SIA Security Stewards who can be easily identified by their uniform. We have trained medics in attendance, two Defib Units on site and first aiders to attend to minor issues.
We would urge you not to bring bags to the stadium as we do have a Stop & Search Policy which is generally overseen by the local police outside the stadium at the turnstiles.