This article is about the original Harringay Racers. For other teams with the same name, please see Harringay Racers (disambiguation).

Harringay Racers
City: Harringay, England
League: English National League
British National League
Founded: 1936
Home Arena: Harringay Arena
Playoff Championships: ENL: 1938, 1949
BNL: 1955

The Harringay Racers were a hockey team in Harringay, England.

Founded in 1936, the Racers played alongside the Harringay Greyhounds for a while at the Harringay Arena as rivals in the English National League. The Racers won the ENL title in the 1937-38 season. The league paused its activities for the World War II; it resumed when the fire ceased, allowing the Racers to be champion once again in 1948-49. Following this championship, the Racers and the Greyhounds merged together.

In 1954, the ENL and the Scottish National League merged together, resulting into the British National League. The Racers won the inaugural championship of the league, but withdrew in 1958 to never come back again.

A new team named Haringey Racers was founded in 1990, playing at Alexandra Palace. It disappeared in 1992, although Haringey Greyhounds briefly adopted the name in 2002.

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