The biggest game ever in Harrogate

Harrogate Town Ladies FC players

5:39pm 5th December 2017
(Updated 4:42pm 8th December 2017)

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Sunday 10th December sees the biggest Harrogate ladies football match EVER at the CNG Stadium. Harrogate Town Ladies FC will take on Harrogate Railway, but will be the result?

Kick-off 13.30 Sunday 10th December 2017... game on. 

Since the creation of the CNG Stadium and its new 3G all-weather pitch the team have been able to train and play matches more frequently, have recruited more players and have had a pretty impressive season so far, currently sitting second in the league. With a high team spirit they're ready for the match this weekend. 

You can find out more about Harrogate Town LFC here.

Harrogate Town Ladies FC players huddling

There has never been a game between these two teams before and, not only are they both from the same town, interest has also been spiked by a huge number of younger teams who are coming along to try out playing at the CNG stadium before watching the game. 

There is also a very special opportunity for a local young team to come along on Sunday to enjoy a training session for the club with top quality coaching staff.  Ged Maloney, Commercial Director of Harrogate Town has a question for you...

Who is the captain of the England Ladies International Team?

If you'd like your team to be in with a chance email ged.maloney@harrogatetownafc.com with your answer!

Harrogate Town Ladies FC player

With thanks to Caught Light Photography. 

Beth Parsons talked to Harrogate Town LFC captain Lindsey Whitton, manager Jonathon Maloney and Harrogate Town Commercial Director Ged Maloney on Stray FM's Family Show. 

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