Aldershot Town play away to Yeovil Town on Tuesday 26th November at Huish Park in the National League, Kick Off 3pm.

Away sections available to buy on the Yeovil Town website, so supporters can buy online at or call on 01935 847 888.

Further information is available courtesy of the Yeovil Town Disabled Supporters Association’s Disabled Information and Facilities Brief, which offers more details on the match-day experience for all sets of Aldershot Town fans:

Arriving and departing Yeovil by train

The stadium is 3.4 miles out of Yeovil Town Centre and 5.1 miles from the train station, therefore, if you are arriving by train, we suggest that you book a taxi from the station and back to the station after the game, before your day of travel. This is because there is no guarantee that there will be a taxi at the station on your arrival plus no taxis are available outside the stadium after the game, unless pre-booked. Like most football grounds, getting away after the game can be a nightmare; therefore, we suggest that you book your return train travel time out of Yeovil, at least 1 hour & 30 minutes after the end of the game.


There is good parking onsite and easy access. Accessible parking bays are reserved for members of YTFC Disabled Supporters Association, who are allocated accessible bays behind the Main Stand (Gate A) and against the back of the Screwfix Stand (Gate B), after they have purchased a season parking permit. There are also a number of accessible bays at the top of the slope behind the Screwfix Stand, which are reserved for away disabled supporters (via Gate B) plus some on a first come first served basis. The drivers of ALL non-season parking permit holder cars will be charged £3 per match by the club, as they enter the stadium grounds. For help, look out for the DSA stewards in a red, white & grey hooped tabard. Any other Blue Badge holders, both home and away, are advised to contact Sharon Swain on 07790 375250, prior to the day of the match, for accessible parking bay availability. Access to the stadium is generally flat from the reserved accessible parking spaces behind the Main Stand but on a slope from the reserved & unreserved accessible parking spaces behind the Screwfix Stand.

Disabled Fan Segregation

There is segregation: Away disabled supporters sit in the away end with the away supporters.

Wheelchair Places

Wheelchair users are accommodated in 4 sets of bays set into the front of the Screwfix Stand at pitch level, all bays having room for around 5 wheelchairs. There is no provision for companions or assistants to sit alongside the wheelchair user but there is a companion’s row directly behind the bays. One companion with any disabled person using a wheelchair receives their admission to the ground free of charge. Visiting Disabled supporters are accommodated at the away end side of the Screwfix Stand and have 5 wheelchair places. We also provide 6 waterproof wheelchair covers and blankets for use during the match. For help, look out for and ask a Steward.

Wheelchair Hire

We have three adult & one child’s wheelchairs, plus 16 waterproof blankets and 6 waterproof wheelchair covers, available for free hire whilst at the match. Supporters wishing to use the wheelchair, blanket & waterproof wheelchair covers service are advised to contact the nearest Steward on arrival at the match and then return the equipment to the nearest Steward, after the match.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Fans

There are no specific arrangements in place for Deaf or hard of hearing supporters.

Blind and Partially Sighted Fans

There is NO “Soccer Sight” dedicated audio descriptive commentary service at this time. Until we find replacement commentators, we have 6 DAB radios & headsets to assist you in following the matchday commentary on BBC Radio Somerset, on 1566 kHz. Please ask a steward for a kit, if you require one and then return it to a steward after the match.

Fans with Learning (or Intellectual) Disabilities

There are no specific arrangements in place for supporters with learning (or intellectual) disabilities.

Ambulant Fans

Supporters with ambulatory disabilities on digression will qualify for a complimentary companion ticket, provided that they are in receipt of the middle or higher rate of the Disability Living Allowance (mobility or care component) and have access to seating nearest the entrances/exits. We advise you to contact the club for further details.

Toilets & Catering

1 accessible toilet (alarmed) is available in each covered stand in close proximity, which is entered by RADAR key. There are no dedicated catering outlets but they are handily sited behind the stands. Access to both snack-bars in the Screwfix Stand is level and flat and there is an accessible toilet beside the snack-bar nearest to the home end terrace.

Away Accessible Transport

There are no specific arrangements in place.

Ticket Information

Supporters requiring access to designated areas are advised to purchase tickets in advance if they do not hold a season ticket. For all the latest ticket information, please ring the Ticket Office or visit the club official Website.

The Club Shop, Bars and Other Facilities

The club shop is situated underneath the Main Stand opposite the Screwfix Stand and is only accessible via a small step. Beware of the camber of the ground outside the Main Stand; it tends to vary a bit.

The club’s bars and conference facilities are all situated on the first floor of the Main Stand and are accessible via a purpose-built lift situated next to the Green & White Supporters Club shop, at the far end of the stand.

The club have a temporary Marquee bar on the far side of the all-weather pitch at Huish Park, opposite the corner of the Main Stand and the Thatchers Terrace. The Marquee is wheelchair accessible and away supporters are catered for before the match but not after the match. Some visiting club supporters are excluded upon advice from the police. Otherwise for the thirsty disabled supporters the nearest pubs to the ground are The Arrow, The Airfield Tavern and The Bell, they are all around a quarter-of a mile from Huish Park. Happily, they are all wheelchair-friendly.