MATCH PREVIEW: Solihull Moors

It’s 5th vs 4th at the EBB Stadium, as Solihull Moors and the Shots go head to head to solidify a top seven position in the National League.

The Shots have a good record at the EBB Stadium, the fourth best home in the National League, but the visiting Moors are very good on the road, with the second best away record of any side in the National League.


The Shots went up to Solihull Moors earlier in the season, at a time when the Moors were the only remaining unbeaten side in the National League. In the first of many emphatic victories this season, Aldershot beat the streak.

A close game at the ARMCO Arena was decided by one goal, by none other than Lorent Tolaj. His second half goal after some good work by Ryan Glover was the difference as Tommy Widdrington & co went back to Hampshire with three points.


Solihull Moors went on to qualify for the FA Cup first round the week following defeat to the Shots with a 4-1 win over Biggelswade Town, but were knocked out in the first round by Bolton. In the league, they have always remained in or around the conversation for the top seven.

The Moors are also still one of four people who remain in the FA Trophy, and will travel to Bromley in the semi-finals next month.



In the dugout for the Moors is Andy Whing. The former right back arrived at Solihull Moors last summer following a 3 year stint at Banbury United. Whing started his career with Coventry, spending time at Brighton, Chesterfield, Leyton Orient and Oxford United before making the step into management. He joined Banbury in 2020, and guided the side into the National League North, and following keeping the side in the division he resigned from his post, and moved to the ARMCO Arena to join Solihull Moors. In his first season at the ARMCO Arena, Whing has guided the Moors into a position where they now once again have a strong chance at making the Football League.


Earlier this week the Shots were delighted to announce the addition of Jonathon Page until the end of the season. The former Fulham midfielder comes in to add some fresh legs into the midfield, with Dejan Tetek’s recent injury.

Page played 41 times in the National League South for Farnborough last season, scoring five times. Welcome to the Shots, Jonathon!


Tickets for our next home game at the EBB Stadium against Solihull Moors 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 is a midweek fixture.