Coming Home - a proposed new community stadium for Wimbledon's football club
AFC Wimbledon has enjoyed an astonishing rise since starting again in the ninth tier of English football in 2002, but the club now needs a new stadium for several reasons.
The Dons want to allow more people to watch our matches, to improve the matchday experience for supporters, to extend our potential revenue through sponsorship and corporate initiatives, and to provide much-needed facilities for hosting private events.
You can now view the online version of the Club's new stadium manifesto, which was handed out to supporters at the game against Accrington Stanley on 12 October 2013, and which was submitted to the local council as part of its 'call for sites' process.
The document summarises the business plan that was posted on Merton Council's website, and sets out the main reasons why AFC Wimbledon should be returning to Merton and the benefits we will bring to the community by doing so.
We want all our fans to have the facts at hand and to be in a position to explain them to anyone who wonders what we are trying to do, or who has concerns about the proposed move.
As new information becomes available over the coming weeks and months we will publish it in this section, so please keep an eye out for further announcements.
The most recent news item was about a public hearing that was held at Merton Civic Centre last month. Click on Stadium update to view this article.
New stadium manifesto
Find out more about the new stadium plans by reading our manifesto, Coming Home.