Aldershot Boys & Girls FC


The Aldershot Boys & Girls FC welcomes children of all abilities, offering training from Nursery (4 years +) to U16's. Matches are played from U7+. They also have a Ladies team for girls aged 16+ offering training and matches for all ability levels. Please visit the website for details of all the groups and training sessions available or for more information, please contact via email/online form on the website.

-Summer training is held 5.30-6.30pm on Friday at Aldershot Park.
-Winter training is held 5.30-6.30pm on Friday at the Garrison Sports Centre (3G Pitch).

ABGFC Ladies:
-Summer Training is held 7.15-8.30pm on Monday & Thursday at Aldershot Park.
-Winter Training is held 7.30-8.30pm at the Garrison Sports Centre (Grass Pitch).

-Summer Training is held 7.15-8.30pm on Thursday at Aldershot Park.

About Aldershot Boys & Girls FC

Aldershot Boys and Girls FC was established in 1984. Its purpose is to provide a fun and safe environment for all players from Aldershot and the surrounding areas. They aim to develop the player and the person at their own pace, whilst having them enjoy the game and hopefully make some lifelong friends. All their coaches hold qualifications from the FA and meet all the DBS (CRB) requirements for their status as an FA Charter Standard Football Club. Their coaches deliver age-appropriate coaching to support long-term player development. The Club is based at Aldershot Park and they also have access to the Aldershot Park Pavilion in partnership with Aldershot & Fleet RUFC.

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Aldershot Boys & Girls FC




Aldershot Park
Guildford Road
Hampshire GU12 4BP

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