Neal Ardley’s men will be aiming to get back to winning ways in our final home game of 2016 and tickets are still left for you to cheer on the Dons.
We’ve had good ticket sales in the build-up to our last game before Christmas, but there is availability in the RyGas Stand (just £17 for adults).
Below is a summary of ticket information and match arrangements ahead of the game:
All seat tickets are sold out, along with the Chemflow terrace. However, you can buy from our online ticket shop in advance for the RyGas Stand up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning. Tickets will be available on the day. You can collect tickets booked in advance from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.
These will be open from 12 noon with the early televised match between Crystal Palace and Chelsea on TV screens from 12.30 pm.
Ales served in the middle bar will be Plough Lane Ale, Phoenix Smoked Porter and Wychwood Brewery’s Bah Humbug. Phoenix, PLA and Hogsback Tea will be on tap in the back bar.
The outside bar will be open for tomorrow’s game and Port Vale supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. The back bar will close at 6.00 pm and the middle bar an hour later to get ready for an event. The Presidents Lounge will be open indefinitely and we will be showing the early evening kick-off between West Brom and Man United on TV screens.
The London Hospices Choir will tomorrow be singing “The Living Years”, a song they’ve recorded with Paul Carrack (Mike and the Mechanics), on the pitch at half-time.
All funds raised from the release of the single will go to hospices in London and you can boost their bid to be number one at Christmas! Watch the video on You Tube .
You can buy a hard copy of the CD from Amazon or HMV for £2.99 or download from i-tunes or Amazon for 99p.
Football fun for women
Before tomorrow's game, there is a great opportunity for women over the age of 30 to enjoy a kickabout.
The sessions are run by Foundation coach Emma O'Connor before Wimbledon home games for women and Emma will be putting on a session tomorrow at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre between 12 noon and 1.00 pm.
It’s just £2 per session to get involved.
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place. Alternatively, contact Emma on 07824536545.
Tickets for Southend, Bristol Rovers
We will be selling tickets for these two away matches before tomorrow’s game from the complimentary tickets window and for a short time afterwards. Visit our online ticket shop for prices.
FA Cup tickets for Sutton
Season ticket holders should bring along Voucher A tomorrow if they wish to enter a ballot for tickets to attend this game. ST holders should drop them off at the complimentary tickets window. Please refer to our previous announcement for selling arrangements.
Live bidding will take place in the middle bar tomorrow for a great selection of items.
Click on Silent Auction to view the range of sporting memorabilia and you can get a bid in via e-mail first until 12 midnight. Bidding will close at 2.30 pm tomorrow.
Tomorrow’s edition is packed with news, interviews and features. Erik Samuelson provides an update on the new stadium in his notes and the subject of our player interview is Jake Reeves. There’s also an interview with match day steward Paul Fletcher in the latest of our features on dedicated volunteers at the club.
With tomorrow’s home match just eight days before Christmas, we advise supporters to allow plenty of time to get here for kick-off. A lot of traffic is expected in the vicinity of the Cherry Red Records Stadium with people doing Christmas shopping in nearby Kingston.
Leave early as you don’t want to miss the start of our final home game in 2016!