Aldershot Town have appointed Lewis Scard, Iain Ross and Stephen Mallett to its Board of Directors.
The club had been working with all three new directors for the past year and are hoping that their appointment, along with their skill sets that they bring to the roles, will bring the club forward.
Speaking about their appointments, Chairman Shahid Azeem said: "We have been working very hard with Lewis, Iain and Stephen for some time, and are always looking for new investors.
"We are also looking at all the work that needs to be done to take the Club forwards.
"This is the culmination of a year’s work, in helping them to understand what the Club is all about.
"With their investment and skill-sets, we are very pleased to welcome all three new members to the Board."
But who exactly are the new directors? We have all you need to know about them right here.
Scard has supported The Shots since 1958 and was part of the senior management team at British Airways for 30 years, spending recent years as a management consultant specialising in the creation and growth of businesses both in the UK and overseas.
A Shots supporter since watching Aldershot thrash Gateshead 8-1 in September 1958 Scard said: "I see enormous potential in a club that sits in a huge and wealthy area of population, but it needs a product and a facility suited to 21st century needs and that will be something I will focus on."
Ross is an experienced international businessman with more than 35 years’ experience largely in the life sciences and technology sectors.
His track record includes multiple financing transactions, both publicly and privately, and is currently Chairman and director of a number of companies in UK, USA and Australia.
He is also science graduate, a qualified Chartered Director, and is Vice Chairman of the Council of Royal Holloway, London University.
Ross, who has also recently become a shareholder in the club, said: "I am delighted to have joined the Aldershot Town Board and look forward to using my contacts in the business sector to assist the Club to achieve its ambitions both on and off the field."
Mallett, meanwhile, is an economics graduate, Chartered Accountant and sports enthusiast and has a business career which takes him worldwide, while he is also Chairman of a number of pension funds.
He said: "It is a privilege and an honour to be have been invited onto the Aldershot Town Board.
"These are exciting times for football and I can see great opportunities ahead for our Club.
"Football is a team game and I look forward to contributing to the team that leads the development and growth of the Club."