Kidderminster Harriers set to bring huge following for Worcester City clash

More than 1,000 fans will be backing Kidderminster Harriers as they head to fierce rivals Worcester City on Boxing Day.

FA Cup Fourth Round QualifyingStourbridge v Kidderminster Harriers24 October 2015
Kidderminster will bring more than 1,000 fans to their way clash against Worcester City.

Harriers supporters have been quick to snap up two allocations of tickets for the National League North clash at the Victoria Ground, where Worcester moved to at the start of the season and share with Bromsgrove Sporting.

The last load of tickets from the final batch were sold ahead of the Christmas weekend.

Harriers are flying high in the division after being relegated from the National League last season.

Under boss John Eustace and head of coaching Matt Gardiner, they are second having picked up 43 points from 21 games.

For Gardiner, it will be his first time going up against Worcester since leaving them to take up his role at Harriers.

He spent six years at Worcester, firstly as assistant and then as joint-manager alongside Carl Heeley.

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