A GROUP of die-hard Harriers fans will be travelling overseas to witness their beloved club take on West Ham in the FA Cup on Saturday.

Nearly a thousand miles away from Aggborough Stadium, an admiration for the Sixth-tier Kidderminster Harriers has grown in Norway over the last few years. 

The Harriers of Norway is a group who are passionate about non-league football, with Premier League and glamour clubs leaving them unimpressed.

"It’s more fun because it’s grassroots football – there’s much harder tackles, not much diving," said Stig Morten from the group.

The group, based in Aalesund, also has its very own purpose built Aggborough stand.

A total of nine members of the Harriers of Norway group will be flying over to Worcestershire to witness the crucial fourth round fixture.

Kidderminster Shuttle: Harriers of Norway at the real Aggborough Harriers of Norway at the real Aggborough

Mr Morten believes another upset could be on the cards. 

He added: “It might happen. We have got good form for the season. If we can just sit tight, don’t concede, and score one goal. That’s the best scenario I can think of.

“It’s massive for the club. We love Kidderminster Harriers."