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Can I get an illegal feed? Formed in , the club entered the Northern League , but were unable to compete due to the outbreak of World War I.
They eventually played their first competitive fixture in the West Riding League in August They were a founding member of the Yorkshire League the following year and also entered the Midland League in They finished as Yorkshire League champions in —27, but were disbanded in They entered the Yorkshire League again in , before becoming founder members of the Northern Counties East League in and a founding member of the Northern Premier League 's First Division in They won the National League North play-offs in and then secured a place in the Football League for the first time with victory in the National League play-off final.
People in the town of Harrogate had tried to put together a football team as far back as but it took until for Harrogate A. They were entered into the Northern Football League in , and were set to play their home fixtures at the County Ground, but the First World War meant all fixtures were postponed.
Breare later became the secretary of the club, which entered into the West Riding League. Harrogate played their first competitive fixture on 30 August at Starbeck Lane Ground against Horsforth.
They won the game 1—0 and the scorer was L. Craven with a headed goal. Harrogate also won their first trophy, the Whitworth Cup, with a 4—0 victory against Ripon City.
For the —21 season they were one of the founding teams in the new Yorkshire League , yet they also continued to field a team in the West Riding League.
The club had relocated to a new ground: Wetherby Road. Around the holiday periods, they took part in friendlies against higher league opposition including Liverpool at their Anfield ground, and another at fellow Yorkshire side Sheffield United in front of 15, fans.
They moved league once again for their third season, leaving the West Riding League and moving into the Midland Football League.
The club remained in the Yorkshire League, fielding a reserve team. However, the club resigned from the Midland League after only one season and reverting to fielding a first team in the Yorkshire League.
League victory was secured in —27, as Harrogate became the Yorkshire League champions, with Bob Morphet scoring 44 goals. The club then moved into the Northern Football League.
The team disbanded in The town's club was brought back in as Harrogate Hotspurs. Harrogate Town joined the Yorkshire League again in They spent many years in the Yorkshire League during the s and s, and then became a founding member of the new Northern Counties East Football League in The club was looking to climb the newly instated football pyramid and so began to improve their ground, installing floodlights.
They played a friendly to mark the occasion against Leeds United , with Eddie Gray being the first to switch the lights on.
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.