Hereford United Fans & Legends v Kidderminster Harriers FansTeam


This Sunday the Kidderminster Harriers Fans Team will make the short journey to take on a Hereford United Supporters & Legends side.
The Hereford United Supporter’s Trust called a boycott at the start of the season in response to the running of their football club. An alternative fixture list was set up and so far fans have come out in great numbers to support the team. A Harriers side will travel over in support of our local neighbours this Sunday and will include a number of current KHFC staff and former legends. Players continue to be confirmed but already lined up are former Harriers players Dean Bennett, Adie Smith, Delwyn Humphreys, Leroy May and Steve Guinan to name a few.
Kick off is 3pm at Pegasus Juniors FC in Hereford (HR1 1EX), with a fully stocked bar, and entry will be just £2.
Chris Oleksy from the Hereford United Supporters Trust talks in more details about what is happening to their club.
‘Supporting Hereford over the past year has been like no roller-coaster even Alton Towers could muster.

From the euphoria of Aldershot, to the complete shambles of the selling of the club, conference AGM and the resulting relegation to the Southern League. I’ve met so many friends through football, mostly at Edgar Street, but over the years fans of other clubs, including yours, Kidderminster Harriers. A club that has faced difficulties of it’s own, but non I’d imagine (thankfully) like what we currently face. Owners that on the face of things, simply want the land. We lie 18th in the southern league with a team, according to our owners, that are good enough to win the league. Results would suggest otherwise, and with crowds down to below 500 quite a few fans would agree with me.

Onto Sunday, and our third game against the Harriers fans team, this time with a slight difference. Both teams will contain ex legends and a game to show all who are trying to ruin football clubs across the country, that the football family is much stronger then anything they can muster. Fans will win this and many other battles, and the great friendship we have struck up with Kidderminster Harriers and it’s fans, shows that strength.

Hopefully one day, we will be playing at Aggborough once again, but until then, I wish you the very best of luck this season, and will hopefully see a few of you at a Kiddy game during the season.’