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With support from. After a West Riding County Cup win in , and five seasons in the Northern Counties East League, they became founding members of the Northern Premier League 's new First Division in —88, after having been invited to join the new league.
In the club became a limited company to fund construction of a new main stand, and in the same year the club won the Northern Premier League First Division Cup.
They spent 15 seasons in this league, twice narrowly avoiding relegation back to the Northern Counties East League. However, they won promotion to the Premier Division in —02 after finishing as champions.
During their first season in that division they finished sixth, and for the first time in the club's history they reached the first round of the FA Cup , losing 5—1 to Farnborough Town of the Football Conference.
Town also won the West Riding County Cup in both the —02 and —03 seasons. After finishing fifth in the Premier Division in —04, the club became founders of the newly established Conference North in During their FA Cup run in the —06 season, Harrogate were drawn to play at Torquay United , their first cup game against Football League opposition.
After drawing 1—1 at Plainmoor , they lost 6—5 on penalties after a 0—0 draw in the replay. At the end of the —10 season the club finished bottom of the Conference North and were due to be relegated.
However, after Northwich Victoria were demoted due to financial problems, the club were reprieved. Before the start of the —12 season, Bill Fotherby handed control of the club to Irving Weaver, father of manager Simon Weaver.
Tad Nowakowski, father of player Adam, also joined the board to help improve community links. The —12 season ended in a relegation dogfight, Harrogate saved on the last day thanks to a 5—0 away win at Corby Town.
The —13 season saw the team's best run in the FA Cup. On 3 November they beat League Two team Torquay United 1—0 to go beyond the first round for the first time.
However, Town lost 5—4 on penalties. After a good start placing them in the top five at the beginning of the —17 season, the team went on a long run of bad form.
As a result, Weaver and other club officials decided that the players at the end of the season should be given full-time contracts to improve chances of promotion.
Near the end of the —17 season, the club announced that they would be going full-time the following season. Many players left the club following the club's change to professionalism, and the club signed multiple midfielders and defenders before their pre-season home match against Leeds United.
They began training as a full-time club on 3 July On 13 May , they won the National League North play-offs for the —18 season beating Brackley Town in the play-off final earning promotion to the National League.
The club finished sixth in their —19 National League campaign, qualifying for the play-offs. They were beaten 3—1 by AFC Fylde in a play-off eliminator.
As the —20 National League season was curtailed due to the COVID pandemic , table positions were determined on average points-per-game, of which Harrogate Town had 1.
In the semi-final, they beat Boreham Wood 1—0. On 2 August , at Wembley Stadium , the club faced Notts County in the final and won 3—1, earning promotion to the English Football League for the first time in their history.
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In , Harrogate had the highest concentration of drink-drivers in the UK. Media related to Harrogate at Wikimedia Commons.
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