Harrogate Away Travel Advice

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1st August 2022

Throughout the 2022/23 season, as the Crawley Town Supporters Alliance, we will be providing you, the fans, with a number of ways that you can get to the away games. 

For our second away match of the season, we will be travelling to Harrogate Town in Yorkshire. Having come away with three points the last time we visited following goals from Aramide Oteh, Nicholas Tsaroulla and Tom Nichols, we hope to be able to come back with another three points. The town of Harrogate is a lovely place to visit with a wide range of pubs, restaurants and things to see. It is well worth the visit. Still undecided how you will get there? Look no further as we delve deeper into some of the ways that you can.



The number one way to get to the game is with our friends, GH Coaches. GH coaches have been around for a number of years and are the official CTFC travel provider for the club Departing from the Broadfield Stadium at 7:00am, with a comfort stop at Watford Gap, followed by a buffet-style lunch closer to Harrogate. They will then be coming straight back after the game. You can get all of this for as little as £30 which is an absolute bargain. At the time of writing, 29 people have signed up to travel with GH. To find out more information about this, visit their website here: https://ghcoaches.co.uk/



Unfortunately, due to strikes, it is looking impossible to be able to get to this match by train. You may want to look at travelling up on the Friday, staying two nights, and coming back down on the Sunday! Make the most of it.



The 250-mile journey will take you around 4 to 5 hours if you were to leave from the Football Stadium. This journey will take you around the M25, followed by a journey up the M1, pass A1(M) via the M18  before rejoining the M1. You will then reach Harrogate.  You can look at this journey here.



Reuben Watt

Reuben Watt

Reuben has been a Crawley supporter since 2011 and has been on the CTSA board since 2022. He is currently the chair of the CTSA. When he is not travelling home and away, he is working in Nuclear Security.