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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.

Pre-season starts with a double swoop at Aldershot Town

Boss Barry Smith landed 6ft 7in centre-back Luke Oliver to the ranks - and then agreed a one-year extension with midfield ace Sam Hatton

Dalai Lama returns to Aldershot to cheers, and protest

The Buddhist spiritual leader was in Aldershot to open the town's Buddhist Community Centre, but hundreds of protesters were heard during his address

Aldershot prepares for Dalai Lama return to open Buddhist centre

The Buddhist spiritual leader will revisit Aldershot Town FC's stadium to address the crowds, but a protest is also likely

Sleepout success as charity event surpasses £50k mark

Some creative cardboard shelters and onesies were on display at the annual sleepout

Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith closes in on second new striker

Sam Hatton could be leaving Aldershot Town after rejecting terms but midfielder Damon Lathrope has signed for another season

New shots striker delights in signing for 'massive club'

Former Luton Town Charlie Walker says he is pleased to have signed for the Shots, having developed his game in League Two last season

Aldershot Town new boy Matthew Barnes-Homer is back on Cloud 9

New striker Matthew Barnes-Homer is relishing another season after being handed his favourite No.9 shirt

Night under the stars in aid of homelessness charity

Dozens of people will 'sleep rough' at Aldershot Town FC on Friday (June 19) in aid of homelessness charity Step by Step

Triple whammy of signings is just the start for Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith

New Aldershot Town boss has added new faces to his squad - and more are likely to follow as striker targeted

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Brett Williams leaving Aldershot Town FC with a heavy heart

The 27-year-old is talking to three League Two clubs after scoring 43 goals in 99 appearances for Aldershot Town

Aldershot Town ace Jordan Roberts helps England C to victory in Ireland

Jordan Roberts scored a 30-yard wonder goal to help England C earn a 2-1 victory over Republic of Ireland Under 21s

Joanna Lumley at the High Court with the Gurkhas as part of the ongoing campaign for equality in the British forces, and right to British citizenship

Nepalese investment in Aldershot Town pours scorn over Joanna Lumley 'racist' taunt

Chairman Shahid Azeem has formally invited the actress to see the relationship between the football club and Nepalese community after her recent controversial comments

Aldershot Town sign two - but miss out on a third

Goalkeeper Phil Smith and defender Sean McGinty have both agreed new deals - but interest in Welling United midfielder Jake Gallagher has ended over compensation

Out with the old and in with the new for Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith

New Aldershot Town manager Barry Smith says the departure of first-team coach Matt Gray this week was 'amicable' and by 'mutual consent'

Pub of the Year: Historic Crimea Inn's popularity soars

We are featuring a different Pub of the Year hopeful every week in the News & Mail. Pick up a copy of the paper for a voting slip to back your local

Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith admits he faces a fight to keep Jordan Roberts

Homegrown talent Jordan Roberts has attracted the interest of at least two Football League clubs after making 100 appearances for Aldershot Town

Aldershot Town boss Barry Smith offers deals to popular loan duo

Sean McGinty and Jim Stevenson have become crowd favourites at Aldershot Town since joining from Rochdale and Luton respectively

Aldershot Town can follow AFC Bournemouth's lead, outgoing Mark Molesley predicts

The 34-year-old spent the majority of his professional career with either the Shots or the Premier League-bound Cherries

Chelsea FC vs Liverpool Under 21 clash will raise cash for Nepal disaster fund

Last year nearly 4,000 people watched the game between the exciting young players from Premiership rivals Chelsea and Liverpool

Vigils to honour victims of Nepalese earthquake disaster

Two vigils will be held in Aldershot this bank holiday week, while relief efforts have been supported by Chinooks from RAF Odiham

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