PREVIEW | Kidderminster Harriers vs Chester

    The quick turnaround of the Bank Holiday Weekend in the National League North sees the Blues off to Kidderminster on Monday.

    Chester battled back well on Saturday, snatching a draw against Gateshead courtesy of a last minute own goal. Already with injury woes and recent covid troubles, Bern and Jonno were also without their talismanic skipper George Glendon for the game, again due to injury.

    Despite the circumstances, the Blues put in a committed performance and their fighting spirit to the end brought reward deep into stoppage time.

    Kidderminster have got off to a strong start this term. They backed up an opening day victory at York City with a convincing home win against Blyth Spartans. Coming into this one, they also drew 1-1 on Saturday – at Haig Avenue against Southport.

    The Blues got their first win of last season at Aggborough with an opening day victory last October. Declan Weeks was the matchwinner against his former club that night, and – having played Saturday – post match Anthony Johnson confirmed he will ‘probably miss Monday’ due to a groin injury.

    It is backs against the wall stuff for the stricken Blues at present, so they will need all of your support down at Kidderminster.


    Kidderminster Harriers | 3rd in NLN. W:2 D:1 L:0. F:6 A:2

    vs York City (a) | Won 2-1 | Scorers: Ashley Hemmings, Sam Austin

    vs Blyth Spartans (h) | Won 3-0 | Scorers: Ethan Freemantle, Sam Austin, Ashley Hemmings

    vs Southport (a) | Drew 1-1 | Scorer: Ashley Hemmings (pen)

    Chester | 17th in NLN. W:0 D:2 L:1. F:3 A:6

    vs Farsley Celtic (a) | Drew 2-2 | Scorer: George Waring (2)

    vs Curzon Ashton (h) | Lost 0-3 | Scorers: –

    vs Gateshead (h) | Drew 1-1 | Scorer: Louis Storey (OG)


    The game on Bank Holiday Monday is a 3pm kick off at Aggborough Stadium. The ground postcode is DY10 1NB.


    Chester fans should be aware that there is no longer the facility to pay cash at the turnstiles at Aggborough.

    You can still pay on the day of the game at the Ticket Office, but this incurs a £2 increase on our standard match day prices, so your best bet is to purchase in advance of the day if you can – as this will also potentially save you some queueing!


    Again, it is still possible to buy your tickets at the Ticket Office (up to 15 minutes after kick-off), but you can’t pay cash at the turnstile.

    The below price list is as set on the online ticketing platform but, as above, these prices below increase by £2 if you buy at the Kidderminster ticket office.


    Adults: £16.00
    Over 65: £12.00
    *Student/Young Adult (age 16-21): £10.00
    U16s: £3.00

    *Proof of ID will be required upon entry to the ground for tickets purchased at this price.

    Buy tickets today


    Adults: £18.00
    Over 65: £14.00
    *Student/Young Adult (age 16-21): £12.00
    U16s: £4.00

    *Proof of ID will be required upon entry to the ground for tickets purchased at this price.


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