The Shots final home game of the regular season comes against Boreham Wood on Saturday at 17:30, in front of the TNT Sports cameras.

A fantastic season at the EBB Stadium draws to a close on Saturday afternoon, with relegation threatened Boreham Wood looking to be only the fourth side to win a the EBB Stadium this year.


The Shots travelled to Meadow Park back in September 2023, and it was a great day out for the Shots. Cian Harries slid through Josh Stokes in the final minutes of the first half, and Stokes remained calm to open the scoring. Haji Mnoga scored a wonderful goal to double the lead, picking the ball up and driving towards the Wood box before powering the ball into the bottom left corner.

A man who loves a goal against the Shots Angelo Balanta had the lead down to one on 60, and the Wood had the ball in the net again, but a delayed flag from the official meant the Shots would walk away 2-1 winners.


The Wood’s first taste of victory following the fixture against the Shots came at home to Hartlepool, and their next victory was against Welling in the FA Cup, but their run was ended by Eastleigh. The side were eliminated in the third round of the FA Trophy by Bath.

The Wood have struggled for form since the turn of March, winning once against Wealdstone and drawing against Gateshead, losing the other six games they have played.



Boreham Wood manager Luke Garrard will be hoping to keep the side in the division as part of his last hurrah, with the club already confirming he will depart at the end of the season. Garrard has been Boreham Wood manager since 2015, almost taking the side to the Football League 2017/18, losing the playoff final to Tranmere. During his playing days Garrard made appearances for Swindon, Bishop’s Stortford, firstly Boreham Wood in 2005, Northwood, AFC Wimbledon, and rejoined Boreham Wood in 2009, where he has remained as either a player or manager until the conclusion of the 2023/24 season.


This Saturday marks the final home game of the regular season for the Shots. The EBB Stadium has created many memories this season, kicking off on the opening day as Josh Stokes and Lorent Tolaj announced themselves to the world in a 5-2 win over Oxford City.

Late goals against Barnet and Halifax, two goals in a minute against Hartlepool, turnarounds against Maidenhead and Ebbsfleet, and two massive wins against Altrincham and Oldham are just a few of the memories made at the EBB Stadium in the National League this season.

Of course, the EBB played its role in the FA Cup run, housing the 4-1 victory over Lewes and a hard earned replay in a 2-2 draw against Stockport.


Tickets for our next home game at the EBB Stadium against Boreham Wood are now on sale and can be bought online by clicking HERE

If you are unable to purchase tickets online, you can pop in to the Club Shop between 11-2 on Mon-Fri or call the Ticket Office on 01252 320 211.

Prices will remain the same.

We’d like to remind supporters that we have now changed Ticket Partners and are now working with Kaizen Ticketing.

Supporters will now need to create new accounts in order to purchase tickets online. We apologise for this inconvenience, but ensure supporters that whilst everything was done to try and avoid any inconvenience, matters out of our control led to this situation.


Live updates will be available from our social media platforms Twitter (@OfficialShots), Instagram (@aldershottownfcofficial), and Facebook. After the game, highlights will be available on our YouTube channel. The game will also be available for broadcast via National League TV in the UK, as the game doesn’t fall under the Saturday 3pm law. Moreover, the game has been selected for TNT Sports coverage, so will be available to watch on Discovery+ and the TNT Sports channels.