Aldershot Town: Club Profile

The Shots spent five years in the Football League, until relegation in 2013 saw them back among non-league ranks. In earning promotion in 2008, Aldershot Town brought League football back to the town for the first time since Aldershot FC went bust in 1992. The club had taken just 16 years to achieve it, which isn’t half bad going.

Record vs Boro'

Pl W D L F A GD Pts* WR%
13 5 3 5 20 21 -1 15 38%

* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Saturday 16 April 2011

Saturday 28 August 2010

Sunday 17 February 2008

Saturday 06 October 2007

Monday 01 January 2007

Tuesday 12 September 2006

Saturday 04 February 2006

Saturday 17 September 2005

Saturday 19 March 2005

Tuesday 17 August 2004

Tuesday 30 March 2004

Tuesday 16 December 2003

Saturday 13 January 2001


Players For Us... and Them

Dipo Akinyemi Profile
Bruno Andrade Profile
Steve Berry Profile
Stuart Cash Profile
Owen Coll Profile
Jimmy Dack Profile
Michael Doughty Profile
Lee Endersby Profile
Johnny Goddard Profile
Paul Halbert Profile
Sam Hatton Profile
Albert Jarrett Profile
Ryan Kirby Profile
Matt Langston Profile
David Lee Profile
Dani Lopez Profile
Guy Madjo Profile
Clark Masters Profile
Josh McQuoid Profile
Junior Mendes Profile
Adam Miller Profile
Mark Molesley Profile
Darren Murphy Profile
Joseph N'Guessan Profile
Chris Nurse Profile
John Nutter Profile
Luke Oliver Profile
Adam Parker Profile
Dean Parrett Profile
Craig Reid Profile
Oliver Risser Profile
Tony Shields Profile
Tim Sills Profile
Robbie Sinclair Profile
Jamie Slabber Profile
Gary Smart Profile
Peter Vincenti Profile
Steve Watson Profile
Brett Williams Profile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:

Travel Information – Distance: 63 miles

By Road:
Exit the M3 motorway at junction four, and get into the right hand side lanes for the roundabout. This will enable you to take the A331 towards Aldershot.

Leave at the Aldershot South turnoff, and immediately turn right at the roundabout towards the Town Centre. At the traffic lights continue straight on, and you will pass Manor Park on your left. Continue under the railway bridge and The Rec is just past the bridge on the immediate right.

Turn right at the next roundabout into Ordnance Road, and the first right for the car park. Alternatively, continue forward at the roundabout where you will be confronted with a large multi-story. At the next roundabout, continue forward so that this multi-storey is on your left.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

There are two possible places to park for the Recreation Ground: Ordnance Road car park and Multi-Storey car park.

When travelling to Aldershot, the first car park may be the best bet, although both are pay and display. If coming for a midweek game, the Ordnance Road car park allows lorries to park, and these take up a bit of room, so if you are late, the multi storey (free in the evenings) will be your best bet.

Instructions are that you should not attempt to park on the grass or pavement on Ordnance Road, as the area has a reputation for wardens dishing out parking tickets.

By Rail:

The Rec is just a 10 minute walk from the station. From the station exit take the first right into Arthur Street, and then the second right onto Victoria Road (B3008). Go across the crossroads from here and you will meet the High Street - the ground will be located directly opposite.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner