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Away Days: Harrogate Town vs Stevenage

13 January 2023

Stevenage return to Sky Bet League Two action tomorrow with a trip to North Yorkshire to face Simon Weaver’s Harrogate Town…

Last weekend saw one of the biggest matches in the club’s history as Boro shocked the entirety of English football by knocking Premier League side Aston Villa out of the FA Cup at Villa Park.

Steve Evans’ side were 1-0 down with five minutes to go before Jamie Reid’s penalty and a late Dean Campbell strike completed a miraculous comeback. But now, the focus is solely on the league, with promotion being the ultimate goal.


Harrogate Town are currently enjoying their third ever campaign in the football league after promotion from the National League in 2020. The Sulphurites currently sit nineteenth in Sky Bet League Two and just four points clear of the drop zone. The North Yorkshire side have picked up just six wins from just twenty-four league matches, drawing five and losing thirteen.

Harrogate have failed to win in their last three matches, with their most recent game ending in a 3-1 defeat at home to Colchester. Their last victory came on Boxing Day as Luke Armstrong’s brace was boosted by a late own goal in a 3-2 win at home to Grimsby. Armstrong is Harrogate’s top scorer this season, netting nine goals in all competitions.

Simon Weaver took over as Harrogate boss in 2009, making him the current longest-serving manager in the EFL. Weaver was in charge for The Sulphurites’ two promotions from the National League North to the EFL in the space of three seasons.


Boro’s record against tomorrow’s opponents is rather impressive. The two sides have met on just five occasions, with Stevenage winning three and drawing two. Not only have Harrogate never defeated Stevenage, but they’ve also never scored against their Hertfordshire opponents.

Both times Harrogate have hosted Stevenage, the score has ended goalless. This season’s reverse fixture at The Lamex Stadium ended 1-0 to Steve Evans’ side as Dan Sweeney’s late header made the difference.


The EnviroVent Stadium has been home to Harrogate Town for just over century and has seen multiple renovations. The ground holds a capacity of 5,000 with 1,000 of it being seated.

The record league attendance is 3,000 when Harrogate defeated Brackley Town in the 2018 National League North Play-Off final.


Adam Herczeg has been appointed Match Referee for tomorrow’s fixture with Stephen Wade and Lee Freeman as Assistants, and Peter Gooch as Fourth Official. Herczeg has dished out fifty-three yellow cards and two reds in nineteen matches this campaign.


Match tickets for Stevenage vs Leyton Orient start at £18 Adults, £15 Concessions, £10 Under 18s and £5 Under 12s.

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Report: Harrogate Town 1-1 Stevenage

14 January 2023

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Boro pick up a point in North Yorkshire after a tough battle in challenging conditions...

After last Sunday’s FA Cup heroics, the focus swiftly turns to the league with a trip to North Yorkshire. Steve Evans opted for the same starting eleven which defeated Aston Villa, as new signings Jake Forster-Caskey, Daryl Horgan and Jonathan Tomkinson made the bench.

The opening ten minutes of the game was nothing short of scrappy as both sides attempted to get the ball down and play their football in the wet and windy conditions. Jake Reeves’ corner found the head of Carl Piergianni who nodded it down to Dan Sweeney, but the big centre-half could only tap it wide.

Soon after, Harrogate were applying pressure on the Boro defence and Luke Armstrong was able to latch onto a loose ball. The Sulphurites’ striker was through on goal with just the keeper to beat, but Taye Ashby-Hammond was quick off his line to deny.

Harrogate earned themselves a free kick just outside the area, as Jordan Roberts was booked for a reckless challenge. George Thomson got a shot off from the free kick, but his effort was fired way wide.

The majority of the first half saw very little action as the weather conditions appeared to get the better of both sides. The rain began to pour which made for a rather miserable afternoon. Danny Rose had a pop shot from twenty-five yards but fired over.

As the second half got underway, Both sides looked far more energetic as an opening goal began to look more likely to occur. Luke Norris skipped past two defenders before crossing it into Jake Taylor, whose flick-on found Luther James-Wildin at the back post, but he could only tap it into the side-netting.

A few moments later, Dan Sweeney collected the ball just inside the Harrogate half before trying his luck from distance, but his effort sailed wide of the post.

Just before the hour mark, the deadlock was finally broken after a challenging sixty minutes. Max Clark’s corner caused all sorts of problems for the Harrogate defence as Terence Vancooten’s header fell to the feet of Carl Piergianni who fired home to open the scoring.

Straight after the goal, Evans made four changes as new signings Jake Forster-Caskey and Daryl Horgan, as well as Dean Campbell and Jamie Reid replaced Luke Norris, Jordan Roberts, Jake Taylor and Jake Reeves.

Jake Forster-Caskey’s impressive corner-taking immediately became apparent as his delivery found the head of Carl Piergianni whose was well kept out by Pete Jameson.

With fifteen minutes to go, Harrogate levelled the scoring after a dominant spell for Boro. A superb cross found the head of the Sulphurites’ top scorer Luke Armstrong who nodded home to grab the equaliser.

Stevenage immediately looked to go back in front as they played it around the Harrogate area. Dean Campbell laid it off to Max Clark who fired low and hard from distance, but Pete Jameson stretched across goal to deny.

Harrogate also looked determined to find a winner as they were putting Boro under some real pressure. Danny Grant turned inside the box and fired on goal, but Carl Piergianni stood on the line to clear the danger and save his side from going a goal down.

In the near-freezing conditions, the fourth official revealed there would be four additional minutes. Neither side managed to carve out a decisive chance as the referee blew his final whistle. A point was picked up on the road ahead of a top-of-the-table clash next Saturday.


Match tickets for Stevenage vs Leyton Orient start at £18 Adults, £15 Concessions, £10 Under 18s and £5 Under 12s.

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Tickets & Travel: Harrogate Town

13 January 2023

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Match tickets are on sale for Boro’s trip to Harrogate Town on Saturday 14th January 2023…

Kicking off at 3pm in Sky Bet League Two, Steve Evans’ men make the 349-mile round trip to The EnviroVent Stadium to take on Simon Weaver’s Sulphurites.

Match tickets are available online at and from the Stevenage FC Club Shop (open Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays 10am-5pm).

Match tickets will also be able to purchase on the day of the game by clicking this link and choosing the Barclay LED Away Seating/Standing.


Disabled supporters are charged at the concession rate and are entitled to bring a carer free of charge.

Online ticket sales for delivery will come off sale at midday on Thursday 12th January, but will still be able to collect or purchase from the Stevenage FC Club Shop until 4pm on Friday 13th January.

Travel by Coach

The Stevenage FC Supporters Association coach will be departing The Lamex Stadium at 8:30am on the day of the game, so please ensure to arrive with time to spare in order to confirm a scheduled departure. Tickets cost £25 for SA members and £30 for non-members.

To book a seat, visit and book online.

Travel by Train

Purchase your train ticket to Harrogate at and keep up-to-date with latest travel info by following @nationalrailenq.

For more travel information to The EnviroVent Stadium, click here.


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