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Harrow Borough FC

Harrow Borough FC

Harrow Borough Football Club was founded in 1933. It competes in the Isthmian League Premier Division and play at Earlsmead Stadium. Its nickname is The Boro or The Reds.

Harrow boss would swap cup success for survival

League is the priority for Baker, whose side could be in three finals

Wealdstone promote youngster to first-team as Cronin leaves on loan

McDonnell handed first-team contract as defender opts to leave

Harrow teacher takes to wrestling ring for showdown

Harrow teacher and bodybuilder takes to the ring for the LDN Wrestling 10th anniversary event

New boss sends warning to his Boro troops

Saturday's game may be the only chance Harrow players get to shine

Goalkeeper James Shea commits future to AFC Wimbledon

New long-term Kingsmeadow contract for former Harrow Borough shot-stopper

Baker appointed as new Harrow Borough manager

Former Chipstead boss will take over from Dave Anderson


Anderson signs off as search for new Harrow boss intensifies

Borough man's final game ends in 2-1 defeat by Hampton & Richmond


Harrow Borough manager sees Margate game as a freebie

Dave Anderson vows to give it a go but reckons any points will be a bonus


Harrow Borough manager makes case for the defence

Reds working hard to address ‘alarming’ number of goals conceded this term

Earlsmead feels like a second home for Howard Hall

Harrow Borough utility man knows stadium well from his past days

Harrow Boro V Bury Town

Harrow Borough boss 'desperate' to improve league form

Dave Anderson urges side to build on previous victories against Bury Town tonight

Harrow Borough's new 'Mr Versatile' pleases his manager

Dave Anderson points to new signing Carl McCluskey’s quality of field

Harrow Borough to field strong side for Middlesex Senior Cup clash with Northwood

Reds boss Dave Anderson wants to build on momentum of Saturday's victory

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Reds seeing red: Harrow players told to show responsibility

Darron Wilkinson pleads with Borough squad after five dismissals in six games

Harrow Borough down to bare bones for Tonbridge clash

Injuries, suspensions and unavailability have taken their toll ahead of tonight's game

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Injury-hit Harrow Borough ready for second FA Cup crack against Basingstoke Town

Assistant manager Darron Wilkinson says side have earned another chance to progress to first round of competition

FA Cup draw produces lipsmacking derby provided...

The 17th tie out of the FA Cup perspex container was the one to catch west London interest.


Wealdstone winger didn't hesitate when crossing the divide

Former Harrow star Lucien had no worries about switching from red to blue

Harrow Borough in turmoil on the eve of FA Cup clash

Reds show the door to striker after two dismissals in as many games

The only way is Jupp for ex-Barnet keeper Nicky at Harrow

Former Bees shot-stopper returns to Earlsmead after leaving back in 2011

Harrow Borough Football

FA Cup fourth qualifying round draw: Away trips for Barnet and Harrow Borough

The Bees and Boro will both be hitting the road on November 8

Harrow's FA Cup journey continues after Waltham Abbey win

Boro manager Dave Anderson pleased to be in the hat for the next round

Harrow Borough pay the price for calamitous six minutes

Sloppy spells sees Peacehaven & Telscombe grab the points on Saturday

Harrow Borough adopt cautious approach to handling striker

Boss Dave Anderson says the club must manage Lewis Driver's fitness

On-loan Wycombe Wanderers keeper pleased to have an understanding boss at Harrow Borough

Horlock says Anderson gives him advices after errors - not punishment

Driver at the double as Harrow bounce back against Leiston

Striker grabs a brace to help Reds get over Maidstone loss, reports James Keith

Tigers roar on in the FA Cup after last-gasp winner

Dimitri Kondonis rounds up the first qualifying round action

FA Cup: West London first qualifying round preview

Bedfont & Feltham and AFC Hayes out to cause upsets, Uxbridge and Harrow Borough out to avoid them

Hundreds attend charity football match and fun day

The Rotary Club of Harrow organised a game between a squad of former Tottenham Hotspur players – the Spurs Legends – and its own Charity XI side made of up local businessmen, supporters and celebrities.

Spurs Legends to play Rotary Charity XI in fundraising match in Harrow

Spurs Legends to play Rotary Charity XI in fundraising match in Harrow

The Rotary Club of Harrow has organised the game between a squad of former Tottenham Hotspur players – the Spurs Legends – and its own Charity XI side made of up local businessmen, supporters and some celebrities on Sunday at 2pm at Harrow Borough FC’s Earlsmead Stadium in Carlyon Avenue, South Harrow

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