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29th Mar 17
Ten Things About Aldershot
From Liquidation to Buster the Dog

What/when/where: Solihull Moors V Aldershot Town.

Saturday 1st April 2017 3.00 pm kick-off @ The Automated Technology Group Stadium

Ticket prices:   £14 adults, £8 concessions and U12s free with a paying adult. Season ticket holders at Aston Villa, Birmingham City, West Bromwich Albion, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Walsall and Coventry City can also gain admission for £10. Adults producing the stub of their admission Ticket for Torquay United will only have to pay £8.00 for this game

Form     Moors  WWLLL 48 points (40 games)   – Aldershot   DLWWW 68 points (40 games)  

Current  League position:  Moors 16th    -  Aldershot 5th

   

Did you know?

  • Aldershot Town Football Club was born on Wednesday 22nd April1992 from the ashes of its predecessor Aldershot Football Club, which was liquidated earlier that same year. Aldershot F.C. became the first Football League team to fold during the football season since Accrington Stanley in 1962.
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  • In May 2007 Gary Waddock was appointed  manager but two months into the 2009–10 season, he accepted an offer  join Wycombe Wanderers. He returned to the “Shots” in May 2016

·         Aldershot  is a town in the county of Hampshire, about 37 miles southwest of London. The town has a population of 36,321,  while the Farnborough/Aldershot Built-up Area, a loose conurbation (which also includes other towns such as Camberley, Farnborough, and Farnham) has a population of 243,344, making it the thirtieth-largest urban area in the UK.

·          Aldershot is known as the "Home of the British Army", a connection which led to its rapid growth from a small village to a Victorian town

 

·         Sam Leach, their then agent, and wanting to become their manager, attempted to introduce The Beatles to London agents by promoting shows at The Palais Ballroom, on the corner of Perowne Street and Queens Road  in Aldershot on 9 December 1961. The show was not advertised properly and, as a result, only 18 people attended. However, the band and friends had their own fun after the show, including a mock funeral for Paul McCartney. Weeks after this Brian Epstein became the group's manager

 

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