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AWAY-DAY GUIDE | Aldershot v Wrexham

A trip to the Recreation Ground (again...)

8 November 2021

Wrexham AFC travel to Hampshire this week as we take on Aldershot on the back of our abandoned fixture a month ago.Our away day guide contains everything you need to know for travel, parking, tickets and more for your day following the Red Dragons on the road.

Key Info

Aldershot Town v Wrexham

Kick-Off: 19:45

Location: Recreation Ground

Tickets: Click Here

Travel: Click Here

Tickets

Tickets for Wrexham’s trip to Aldershot are on sale now from the home side's ticketing website.

Wrexham supporters can buy directly from the Shots ticketeting site.

Adults: £15
Concession (Over 65/Student/Disabled): £12
Under 17s: £5

Food & Drink

Food and drink is available in the away end from outlets with hot and cold refreshments.

Travel

Coach travel for this week’s game is still available for purchase. Click here to book now!

For directions travelling by car click here.

By Train: Aldershot is as little as 49 minutes from London Waterloo, with direct connections also made from Woking, Ascot and Guildford. The EBB Stadium is a five-minute walk from Aldershot Train Station.

Leave the station by the main entrance, towards the bus station, and turn right into Windsor Way. Pass Holy Trinity Church on your left and follow the road as it bends left. Turn right at the junction with Victoria Road and the EBB Stadium is in front of you. To reach the away turnstiles, turn right under the railway bridge and then left up Redan Road.

Nearby Car Parks

Supporters who have used Parsons Barracks Car Park should note that this land has now been sold to a private organisation and is no longer in use. Alternatives are available below:

  • The multi-storey car park on Wellington Avenue (GU11 1SD)
  • Westgate Car Park (GU11 1NY)
  •  A limited amount of street parking is available around the stadium outside of Parsons Barracks (however, we would like to remind supporters to be respectful of local residents and their parking spaces, such as disabled parking for those who need it)

 


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