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.
The club house now re-named The 1919 Venue is a smashing function room, bar and pre-match facility for supporters. The Corporate Hospitality Suite provides excellent pre-match corporate entertainment for sponsors and guests.
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.