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Stamford AFC's FA Trophy clash with Kidderminster Harriers will be played behind closed doors




Stamford's FA Trophy clash with Kidderminster Harriers on Tuesday night will be played behind closed doors.

The Daniels are due to host the National League North high-flyers in the second round of the competition following their victory at Kidsgrove Athletic on Saturday.

With Stamford being in a tier three area and Kidderminster being classed as an elite team (step two or above of the National League System), Football Association rules mean the game must be played without supporters.



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