Vanarama Big Day Out 1

Be Part Of The BIG Day Out – And Make Money For The Shots!

Throughout February, Shots fans can secure their place at the Vanarama BIG Day Out – and earn money for the Club at the same time.

Aldershot Town will keep all proceeds from the purchase of discounted vouchers from the Club office, which guarantees supporters a ticket for the Vanarama BIG Day Out featuring the Conference Promotion Final at Wembley Stadium connected by EE on Sunday 17 May.

Each voucher, costing just £10 for adults and £5 for children, is redeemable at no extra cost, as part of an innovative new way to celebrate the culmination of nine months of thrilling Vanarama Conference action with an electric party atmosphere for all football fans.

In addition to these massive reductions, there will also be competitions and other opportunities to win tickets through Vanarama and EE, whilst at Wembley there will be pre-match entertainment for all the family – including one of the country’s biggest music artists – and a major chance for one fan to win money, not only for themselves but also their own Conference Club.

Further updates will be provided throughout the season as the race to the Football League, at the top of the Vanarama Conference, really hots up. With a family of four able to save £86 just by being first in the queue for a voucher, can you afford to miss out?

Early Bird Vouchers are on sale NOW but must be purchased by Friday 13 March, from the Club Office at the Electrical Services Stadium on the High Street. The office is open Monday to Friday from 9.30am – 4.30pm (closed 1-2pm), from 11am – 2.45pm for a Saturday home match, and until 7.30pm for a midweek home match.

Voucher numbers are limited, so buy now to make sure you don’t miss out on the best deal ever for a fabulous Venue of Legends experience. Wembley awaits you!

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Chappie's Challenge 2014

Shots Cyclists Support Chappie’s Challenge

The 2015 Chappie’s Challenge takes place on Saturday 18 April as eight cyclists – including Shots Commercial Manager and all-time leading goalscorer Mark Butler – ride from Wembley to the Electrical Services Stadium in honour of Steve ‘Chappie’ Chapman.

The Challenge, which last year raised over £1500, will again raise funds for Aldershot charity CSSEF, Chloe’s and Sophie’s Special Ears Fund which provides deaf awareness sessions for schools and youth groups. Donations can be made online via

The group will cycle the 50 mile route from the national stadium to arrive in Aldershot before kick-off at the ESS as The Shots host Chester at 3pm.

CSSEF hope to put some of the funds towards an outdoor sound system – costing £1000 – for a local school, to complement their work to improve the acoustics in classrooms across Hampshire and Surrey.

Also cycling from Wembley to Aldershot, as part of the group, is Paul Johnston Naylor, who will complete 10 races during 2015, including half-marathons and triathlons, in aid of CSSEF.

Founded in 2010 by the parents of Chloe and Sophie Jackson, CSSEF provides deaf awareness sessions and resources to schools, youth groups and businesses, including radio aids, soundfield systems and sound-proofing materials, as well as vibrating watches which help children keep track of daily activities. The Charity also provides financial support and advice to other families with children who experience hearing difficulties. For further information, visit or email

Chappie’s Challenge is an annual charity event established by Jackie Jones in honour of her fiancé Steve Chapman, one of The Shots’ best-known and most passionate fans, who died in 2011.

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