• Harrogate Town are set for a week of firsts ahead of two important League Two fixtures.
  • Town travel to Bradford City for the first ever competitive meeting before hosting Barrow for their first ever League Two home match.

Harrogate Town are set for two historic fixtures in the space of a week as they look to continue their strong start to the League Two campaign.

Simon Weaver’s side travel to Yorkshire rivals Bradford City tonight for the first ever competitive meeting between the two sides, with the game set to feature live on SkySports.

Town then welcome Barrow to the EnviroVent Stadium on Saturday, for their first League Two match at their Wetherby Road ground.

Harrogate Town v Leicester

Harrogate Town come into the game against Bradford fresh from a cup win against Leicester U23’s. (Photo: TownPix)

Harrogate Town v Bradford City, Monday 12th October, Kick-off: 7:45pm, Sky Sports Football

Tonight’s clash sees Town visit the Utilita Energy Stadium, where they’ll take on Stuart McCall’s Bradford City in front of the SkySports cameras.

The two sides are just two places apart in the League Two table, having both accumulated 5 points so far.

However, Victory tonight would see Simon Weaver’s side climb to eighth in the standings.

Harrogate Town v Barrow, Saturday 17th October, Kick-off: 3pm, available to stream via Harrogate Town’s website

Harrogate Town had been forced to play their opening home fixtures at The Keepmoat Stadium, the home of Doncaster Rovers, whilst waiting for their new pitch to be ready.

However the pitch and newly named EnviroVent Stadium will be ready for the visit of Barrow on Saturday 17th October.

Town and Barrow are both newly promoted to League Two, however last season’s Wetherby Road meeting was cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions.

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