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Aldershot Town FC

Aldershot Town FC

Aldershot Town FC was formed in 1992 following the demise of the previous Aldershot FC. The new Shots worked their way up the non-league pyramid before regaining Football League status in 2008. They made the League Two play-offs in 2010 and played Manchester United in the Carling Cup before being relegated back to the Conference.

 

Hampton defeat fires up Aldershot Town boss Waddock

Gary Waddock says his new-look Aldershot Town troops will need to perform better when League One MK Dons visit the EBB Stadium on Saturday

New boy Reynolds is ready to lead Aldershot Town to glory

Gary Waddock has landed Boreham Wood captain Callum Reynolds to his squad - now he could be looking at adding former Brentford goalkeeper Mark Smith

Aldershot Town face 446-mile opening day trip to Barrow

Gary Waddock's men will clash with rivals Woking on Boxing Day and New Years Day

Rendell: I'm back fit and raring to go for Aldershot Town

Striker Scott Rendell admits every game is a bonus after his injury hell, while Jack Saville says the current crop at Aldershot Town are the fittest he's ever played alongside

Aldershot Town launch new retro kit for 2016-17

Kit manufacturers Adidas have based Aldershot Town's brand new home and away shirts on the classic red and blue colours from the good old days of Aldershot FC

Homeless charity volunteers sleep in Aldershot Town's stadium to raise cash

40 volunteers from across the town grabbed their sleeping bags for a night of sleeping rough

Aldershot Town sign Woking star striker Scott Rendell

Scott Rendell is fit and raring to go for a second spell at Aldershot Town after missing the whole of last season with an anterior knee ligament injury

Euro 2016: Local managers put their necks on the line with tournament predictions

Who thinks England can reach the final, and who believes the stage is set for Dele Alli...? Find out who's backing who in France

Aldershot Town goal ace Walker agrees new deal

Charlie Walker scored 14 goals for Aldershot Town last season - now he's looking to extend that under Gary Waddock next season

'I aim to win over the fans', reveals new Aldershot Town signings

Defender Will Evans is looking to go from pantomime villain to terrace hero after completing his switch from Eastleigh

Aldershot Town boss will start new era against trio of former clubs

Football League sides Queens Park Rangers, MK Dons and Wycombe Wanderers - all former clubs of new Aldershot Town manager Gary Waddock - will be turning out at the EBB Stadium this summer

New boss Gary Waddock axes NINE at Aldershot Town

In his first week back in charge at Aldershot Town, manager Gary Waddock has released NINE of the first-team squad with only midfielder Jake Gallagher having so far committed himself to a new contract

Gary Waddock is back at Aldershot Town - and hungry for more success

Chairman Shahid Azeem said it was a no-brainer in re-appointing Gary Waddock as manager of Aldershot Town - he just listened to the fans

Aldershot Town re-appoint Gary Waddock as manager

Title-winning boss Gary Waddock says he has "unfinished business" to attend to after taking over from Barry Smith as manager of Aldershot Town

Barry Smith leaves Aldershot Town in bullish mood with a message of hope for the future

As the 42 year-old headed back to Scotland with his wife and young son, the departing Shots boss highlighted his own achievements across a frustrating season, and insisted that his successor will inherit a team on the up.

Barry Smith signs off at Aldershot Town with a smile

Former Farnborough manager Steve King sat among the Aldershot Town directors in the stand watching the departing Barry Smith sign off as Shots boss with a 3-1 victory at Bromley

'My family must come first', Barry Smith explains Aldershot Town exit

Barry Smith explains how a tough year off the pitch was behind his decision to leave Aldershot Town and head back north of the border after Saturday's season finale at Bromley

Barry Smith to leave Aldershot Town at end of season

The manager was offered a contract extension by Shots but has instead decided to head back to his native Scotland for "personal and family reasons"

Charity challengers cycling 50 miles in memory of Aldershot father who took his own life

The cyclists are hoping to raise as much as they can for Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice

Aldershot Town look to end on a high after a spot of bother

Jekyll & Hyde Aldershot Town suffered an 11th home league defeat of the season after a controversial late penalty helped Boreham Wood secure a 2-1 win on Saturday. The Shots will be hoping Southport don't make it 12 this weekend

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