No tickets will be available on the turnstiles this season and we recommend that all supporters pre book online or over the phone.
Tickets will be available on the day from the ticket office.
2021-22 matchday admission prices-
|Concession (Disabled + Carer, Senior (over 65)||£16|
|Junior (17 & under)||£7|
|Family Ticket (2 Adults, up to 3 Juniors)||£45|
|Family Ticket (2 Concession, up to 3 Juniors)||£40|
For this season we have introduced a family ticket to replace our Under 11 goes free scheme.
Please note our updated concession categories.
Match tickets can be reserved in advance; full payment must be paid when booking match tickets. Methods of payment accepted – cash, debit/credit card and cheques (payable to Aldershot Town FC)
All tickets are non refundable.
£16 and include a carer admitted free in both Terrace & Seating. (Proof of eligibility for disabled ticket will be a requirement.)
Wheelchair Users: £16, carer admitted free – limited spaces are available, tickets must be purchased in advance by telephoning 01252 320211.
Directors Box seats are available at £30 each, with hospitality packages starting at £50.
*Please note that there is no wheelchair access available to the EBB Lounge and ELM Patrons Lounge*
Please see the Season Ticket page (under the heading of Tickets in the navigation bar at the top of the screen).
TICKET OFFICE HOURS
Monday- Friday (9.30am to 4.30pm)
Saturdays: 11.00am – 3pm
Midweek: through to 7.45pm
The following terms and conditions apply;
Spectators must purchase tickets for specific areas of the ground – tickets no longer give free access to any area of choice as they will be marked up with either a Terrace or Seat area and no deviation from that area specified will be allowed. This restriction for safety purposes will be managed by an increased team of match-day stewards. For example, if you want to watch the game from the ‘East Bank’, buy an East Terrace ticket from either the High Street Club Office or through the turnstiles on match-day.
ALL SPECTATORS MUST BE IN POSSESSION OF A VALID MATCH TICKET, IF CHALLENGED WHILST IN THE EBB STADIUM. FAILURE TO PRODUCE A VALID TICKET WILL RESULT IN EJECTION FROM THE EBB STADIUM. All seats are reserved hence ticket holders in seated areas must sit in the seat they have been allocated.
Away Supporters for unsegregated games will be housed in the Community Stand unless otherwise stated..
PRE-MATCH PURCHASED TICKETS
Tickets can be purchased online up to kick off, they can also be purchased from the High Street club office during opening hours.
ENTRANCE PROCEDURES/TURNSTILE ENTRANCE
ENTRY INTO GROUND – MATCHDAY
Turnstiles will open at 1:30PM (Saturday 3pm) and 6.30PM (Tuesday 7.45pm).
All seating areas are reserved. We ask all supporters buying stand seats to sit in the correct seats.
North Stand Seating is as follows;
Behind Dugout View
South Stand Seating is as follows:
South Seating Home
Away Seating (Segregated Games)
TERRACE AREAS – HOME SUPPORTERS
In the North Stand we have two terrace areas for home fans:
North West Central
We also have two other terrace areas at the Stadium for home fans:
East Bank terrace
South West terrace uncovered
There is no terrace area at the High Street end of the Stadium hence supporters will not be allowed to stand in this area of the ground.
For Unsegregated games away supporters will be housed in the Community Stand and will be asked to enter through Turnstile 4 from the High Street.
Visiting supporters for Segregated games or large away attendances will be located in the South East Corner of the Stadium and South East seats, situated in the South Stand.
The Club are issued with a Safety Certificate for the ground, by the Hampshire County Council which sets the capacity of all areas within The EBB Stadium. The capacity is 7,100.ONE OF THE CONDITIONS SET DOWN WITHIN THE SAFETY CERTIFICATE IS THE INDIVIDUAL CAPACITIES OF ALL TERRACE AREAS AND THERE CANNOT BE ANY MIGRATION OF SUPPORTERS FROM ONE AREA TO ANOTHER.
When you purchase a match ticket for the terraces, please check the area you wish to stand to see the match.
Home supporters will be able to enter via any of the turnstiles at the front of the ground.
This facilitates easier entry for spectators and should result in more efficient crowd management, less stress on turnstile staff and a shorter queue for spectators.
There is a late Turnstile and will be open until 5 minutes before half-time
Segregated AWAY REDAN HILL TURNSTILES
Visitor Terrace (Only for Segregated games)
Visitor Seats (Only for Segregated games)
Away spectators should follow external signs to the South side of the EBB Stadium where Redan Hill can be found adjacent to the railway.
The new area for Disabled Spectators is in front of the North Stand at the High Street end and access to the EBB Stadium is through the Parsons Barracks Car Park Gate.
You will be allowed to purchase your match ticket at this gate (This also applies to Season Ticket holders) and enter the ground.
Disabled supporters who are dropped off at the ground by car please ask your driver to go to Gate H4 where you will be able to drive to the gate entrance. A Steward will be available to assist you. Tickets are available form the Ticket Office (situated on the High Street end).
You can arrange to purchase your match ticket in advance.
Away Disabled Spectators will be situated in the front of the South Stand.
Access to the EBB Stadium will then be through the Gate at the High Street end of the EBB Stadium and nearest Turnstile 10.
It is mandatory that a NO SMOKING policy is strictly observed at ALL times and in ALL areas once the ground is open to public access.
Smoking will NOT be permitted in any area inside the boundary fences of the EBB Stadium, that includes all open areas, terraces, seating areas, bars, restaurants, toilets, car parks, staff only areas.
It will be an offence to smoke in cars or other vehicles too. OFFENDERS WILL BE EJECTED AND MAY FACE A SUBSTANTIAL FINE THROUGH THE COURTS.
Club employees or contract staff who breach this Ground Safety regulation will be DISMISSED on the spot in accordance.
Help to control your smoking habit can be found at: http://gosmokefree.nhs.uk
You can read the latest National League Ground Regulations HERE.
And you can also read the National League’s Policy on flares, smoke bombs and pyrotechnics HERE.