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Harrogate Town FC
| 08 May 21 ||Cheltenham || ||4 - 1 || ||Harrogate Town|
| 30 Apr 21 ||Harrogate Town || ||5 - 4 || ||Cambridge United|
| 24 Apr 21 ||Carlisle || ||1 - 1 || ||Harrogate Town|
| 20 Apr 21 ||Harrogate Town || ||0 - 3 || ||Oldham|
| 17 Apr 21 ||Harrogate Town || ||2 - 1 || ||Bradford|
Harrogate Town Association Football Club is a professional association football club based in the spa town of Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. The club will compete in League Two, the fourth tier of English football from the 2020–21 season after winning the 2019–20 National League play-offs.Team Members
Formed in 1914, the club is nicknamed "Town" and also the "Sulphurites", due to Harrogate's famous sulphur springs. The club's colours are black and yellow and they will played their home games at Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster, which has a capacity of 15,321.
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Keepmoat Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Doncaster, England, with a capacity of 15,231. It cost approximately £20 million to construct, as part of the wider complex it resides within which in total cost approximately £32 million, and is used by Doncaster Rovers, Doncaster Rugby League Club and Doncaster Rovers Belles Ladies Football Club and Harrogate Town
The first match at the stadium was a Rugby league match on 27 December 2006, when Sheffield Eagles beat Doncaster 16–10.
The official opening of the Keepmoat Stadium was on 3 August 2007, with Doncaster Rovers playing a Manchester United XI in front of a crowd of 13,080. United won the game 2–0.
On 19 June 2012, it was confirmed that Doncaster Rovers had secured a 99-year operating lease from Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council to lead the management of the stadium with a view to improving operating results across the stadium sports partnership.
At the Stadium Business Awards 2010, the stadium received the award for Best Matchday Experience. Fanart