Aldershot Town have amended admission prices for all female supporters for our International Women’s Day event on Saturday 4 March, making tickets even cheaper across most pricing categories.
To ease congestion at the turnstiles as The Shots host Lincoln City, adult admission is now £10 and £8 for seating and terrace tickets respectively, with concessions priced at £7 and £6. Girls aged 11 to 16 will be charged £3 and £2.
The day will also feature a girls’ five-a-side tournament, with the final played at the EBB Stadium at half-time as The Shots host The Imps, as well as an all-girls Junior Takeover of the Club.
16 teams, featuring players aged 7 – 11, will participate in the tournament. All players will then attend the 3pm kick-off, with some forming a Guard of Honour for the first-team and others acting as ball-girls during the match.
The Junior Takeover will offer vital matchday roles to girls and young women under the age of 18, including Chairwoman, Press Officer, Scoreboard Operator, PA Announcer and Groundswoman. Applications – specifying any preferred role and with any supporting information – should be emailed to email@example.com with Junior Takeover as the subject.
That is followed, on International Women’s Day itself, Wednesday 8 March, by an event at the EBB Stadium co-ordinated by Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Aldershot Town FC and the Community Matters Partnership Project. Picking up the international theme of ‘Be Bold For Change’, the event will encourage attendees – female Year 10 students from schools across Aldershot, Fleet and Farnborough – to forge a more inclusive, gender-equal world. Featuring workshops covering topics including Employability, Personal Brand, Confidence, Speed Networking, Apprenticeships and Fitness and Nutrition, the event will open with a keynote speech by a female sports personality.