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Kidderminster Harriers F.C.

However they reached the final in 1989. Therefore by losing to Swansea City by (5–0).
Kidderminster Harriers In Conference North

Although founded in 1886 Kidderminster Harriers Football Club it is a professional association football club. It was established in Kidderminster, Worcestershire, England. In addition to this, it is, therefore, a part of National League North.

Ground For The Club

Most notably the Kidderminster club is known by the different nicknames as Kiddy, Harriers, and  Carpetmen. They have been playing at the Aggborough stadium since they were formed. Therefore is the only club from Worcestershire to perform in the Football League.

Kidderminster Harriers

While Kidderminster Harrier playing against Salford City.

They have therefore been competing from 2000 to 2005.
Performance in different leagues
1. Southern League

Above all Kidderminster had the chance to perform in Southern League in 1983. They were able to play only two games because of the World War II. They made it back to the grounds in 1948.

Consequently, their first game with Chingford Town was a 1-1 draw so far. 

2. Conference

Therefore Kidderminster Harriers introduced their first Youth training scheme (YTS) in 1989. Hence being the first club playing as the non-league football in Conference.

Moreover, they became the Conference champions in 1994.
3. Current Squad

According to the National League North, the current squad of Kidderminster Harriers  is given below:

1- Brandon Hall
2- Tom Palmer
3- Fraser Horsfall
4- James O’Connor
5- James Pearson
6- Lee Vaughan
7- Josh Webb
8- Dan Bradley
9- Ryan Croasdale
10- James McQuilkin
11- Elton Ngwatala
12- Liam Truslove
13- Declan Weeks
14- Sam Austin
15- Andre Brown
16- Joe Ironside
17- Emmanuel Sonupe
18- Andre Wright

Cup Success of Kidderminster Harriers
1.Welsh Cup

As a result, Harriers consequently made to the Welsh Cup final in 1986, and lost to Wrexham by (2–1).

However they reached the final in 1989. Therefore by losing to Swansea City by (5–0).
2. FA Trophy

Hence in 1987, Harriers went to Wembley Stadium for the FA Trophy final against Burton Albion.

 As a result the game came out to be a 0–0 draw.
Kidderminster Harriers

While Kidderminster Players after their first goal

3. FA Cup

Consequently, Kidderminster had some success by beating the League’s Two side Newport County.

   As a result they made it to the FA cup in 2013-14.
Official Stats

Therefore the management team of Harriers is as follows:
1- Chairman Colin Gordon
2-Manager John Eustace

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