Here are 20 of the best things about being a Harrogate Town AFC supporter

There are so many reasons why we should be proud to be Town - from the warmth and friendliness of the supporters, to the community atmosphere of the club.

Friday, 25th January 2019, 11:35 am
Updated Friday, 25th January 2019, 11:40 am
Growing success: Harrogate Town.

Here are just 20 of these reasons - we'd love to know what you enjoy the most about supporting Harrogate Town!

Harrogate Town is like one big family - it's a community club that has the friendliest fans around. And the Harrogate Town Supporters Club are a big part of this - their energy and enthusiasm is infectious!
We've lost count of the number of away games we've been at when you can hear our Town fans way more than the larger crowds of home supporters!
You can't be a true Town fan without knowing who Brody Pattison is, surely?! Brody is one of Town's greatest ambassadors - he does fantastic vlogs and interviews about all things Town. Search YouTube for Chief Brody.
From small beginnings, to where we are now, our club has grown so much. And for fans who have been there right from the early days, it's been one heck of an emotional journey...
The connection between the fans, the players and Simon and Irving Weaver is lovely to see. Every win is a win for all the dedicated supporters.
Town fans don't do anything by halves - if there's a chance to show support and get behind the club in a big way, we'll take it. At the unforgettable game where Town was promoted, families dressed up and went all out.
Fans who've been with the club from the early days will remember what the stadium looked like before its changes and developments. Through every win and every defeat, come rain or shine, Wetherby Road's been a true home.
Town players are good sports both on and off the pitch. We see some amazing football from our players, and even when we lose a game, they come bouncing back more determined than ever.
We have a thriving Harrogate Town Ladies side, who are continuing to go from strength to amazing strength - another important part of the Town family.
Harrogate Town has a thriving Community Foundation that offers a raft of opportunities for people to get involved in the daily life of the club. There's even a dedicated Community Development Manager.
Our mascot is a hit with the younger fans - what's not to like about a charismatic football-mad alligator?
Daring to dream and always standing by your team goes a long way... to the National League, in fact!
Harrogate Town does a lot of outreach work with schools and often welcomes community groups to the stadium. The club organises a soccer camp for young people every year too.
There's a real sense of community ownership at the CNG stadium - young fans and older fans alike enjoy sharing that special match-day experience.
Come rain or shine, the Nineteen Nineteen venue is a popular base for fans to have those post-match discussions.
Harrogate Town was formed for the 1919/20 season to play in the West Riding League. The first competitive game was a 1-0 win at the Starbeck Lane Ground on Saturday August 30 1919 against Horsforth.
Even when there isn't a league game on, there always seems to be plenty of other things going on for fans to watch - including fun charity games like this!
Harrogate Town's managing director, Garry Plant, remembers well the days that you would rarely see a yellow and black strip around town, but now the support just keeps on growing and growing.
The Harrogate Town Supporters Club do a great job organising away coaches. The banter is second to none.
Today the National League, tomorrow, who knows?!