Aldershot Town are delighted to announce our Community Stand plans for the 2019/20 season with the launch of our ‘Tomorrow’s Supporters’ initiative.
The initiative, overseen by the Shots Foundation, will focus on engaging with ‘Tomorrow’s Supporters’ and the club are particularly keen to work in partnership with local schools, junior sports clubs, charities and community groups.
An excited Shots Foundation Trustee Paul Marcus said: “As someone who was taken to their first Shots match at the age of six-years old, I am determined to help our club reach out to young supporters. With the benefit of planning and modern ticketing facilities, we should be able to make real progress with filling the stand with future supporters.”
Around 200 tickets will be distributed each weekend home league fixture and will be led by Paul Marcus and Shots Foundation Manager John Monday. The tickets will be allocated to groups of people numbered between 20 and 100 with further information included on request in our terms and conditions.
The club’s modern ticketing system will ensure guests in the Community Stand are able to receive their tickets in advance to the matchday.
Shots Chairman Shahid Azeem is also backing the initiative: “We want to build strong relationships with as many local schools and junior football clubs as possible. We all want to help the club bounce back from last year’s disappointments and having noisy supporters in the Community Stand will help to build a great atmosphere for Danny Searle and the team!”
We invite teachers, coaches and community group leaders to email email@example.com if they request Community Stand tickets and we look forward to having you at the EBB Stadium for the 2019/20 season.