The Reynolds Stand was built in the summer of 1994 to replacing an old wooden stand that ultimately cost the club promotion to the Football League earlier that year due to an insufficient seating capacity.
The replacement stand houses the Aggborough Suite and a range of executive boxes, with disabled supporters accommodation at the front of this stand. Also included in this stand are the clubs offices, the club shop and the ticket office.
Directly opposite the Reynolds Stand is the new East Stand that was built during the summer of 2003 at a cost of £1.1 million to replace the very popular old stand affectionately called the Cowshed. A smart modern design it houses 2,040 seats for both home and away fans with refreshment bars in the concourse underneath along with large screens showing the news from other games being played that day.
At both ends of the ground are identical covered terraces with the North Stand reserved for home fans and the away South Stand for the use of away supporters. Visiting fans also have part of the seating area in the East Stand reserved for their use too.
Catering facilities at Aggborough are plentiful, excellent fast food bars that all serve the Aggborough soup that is renowned throughout football. The burgers, hot dogs and cottage pie are also highly thought of.
For a guide to pubs around Aggborough then click here
If you need somewhere to stay for the weekend then search for a hotel here.
Kidderminster Harriers Football Club
Telephone:(+44) 01562 823931
Fax:(+44) 01562 827329
M5 to jct.6, follow signs to outskirts of Kidderminster (A449).
At roundabout by high rise flats take right turn, then at Hoo Rd take left turn up the hill past flats.
Aggborough is about 1 mile on left.
M42 to jct.1 (Bromsgrove), go through Bromsgrove (avert your eyes, it's not pretty).
Follow signs for Kidderminster (A448), go straight over first roundabout at Mustow Green, then after 2 miles at next roundabout take left turn,along Spennells Valley Rd.
Turn left at third roundabout under viaduct, follow dual carriage way to next roundabout then go all the way round so you turn back the way you came.
Turn left at Hoo Rd then 1 mile further is the ground.
M6/M5 to jct.3, take A456 to Kidderminster.
At traffic lights at Land Oak turn left to next set of lights.
Turn right towards town centre, then left at junction before roundabout.
After 1 mile ground is on right.
Car parking is in short availability. There is some at the home end of the ground, this is free.
There is a small car park immediately behind the away end, but it is small and there is a fee.
Parking in near by residential streets is discouraged by the police.
Click here for map of the approaches to Kidderminster..
..provided by uk.multimap.com
And here for a closer view
British rail Kidderminster.
Next to S.V.R station and a short walk to ground.
(information) 0345 484950 (24 hrs).
Book online here: National Rail Enquiries