AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to start November on a high with victory against Lincoln City tomorrow and terrace tickets are still available for you to cheer on The Dons.
With Glyn Hodges taking charge of his first match since being appointed as manager, it’s the start of a new era at AFC Wimbledon and your support will be very much appreciated in pursuit of another important win.
The picture above shows Terell Thomas applauding your support after the late victory versus Pompey in our last home game.
Please note that this game is all-ticket and you must buy before 11.00 am on Saturday morning.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements, ahead of the game.
Seat tickets are sold out, but there’s still time to snap-up a terrace ticket. With very limited availability for the Chemflow terrace, it’s worth booking soon to guarantee a place. Tickets are also available for the RyGas terrace (just £17 for adults).
To attend this game you must have a previous purchase history. This could be for tickets or merchandise from our online store.
Please note that the option to buy tickets for Lincoln will only become visible once you have logged into your account.
Follow the below link to our online ticket store and login to your account (top right-hand corner) before purchasing your tickets.
If you have an issue buying a ticket for this game online, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8547 3528 (09:30 - 17.00 Monday to Friday).
We will be operating a waiting list for any seat returns we receive, so please e-mail the above address to enquire about availability.
Saturday’s edition features an extensive interview with Max Sanders, who has made an impressive loan switch after moving to Wimbledon from Brighton & Hove Albion before the transfer deadline. There’s also an interview with Scott Wagstaff, who talks about making his mark as captain in the absence of Will Nightingale. Jeff Bryant is the subject of our ex-player interview, as he played for both Wimbledon and Lincoln City in his playing career.
Strong stance on the use of pyrotechnics
On the eve of next week’s Guy Fawkes celebrations, AFC Wimbledon and all other EFL member Clubs are again alerting supporters to the dangers surrounding the use of pyrotechnics within football grounds.
With a full schedule of fixtures across the Sky Bet Championship, Sky Bet League One and Sky Bet League Two set to take place this weekend, ahead of Bonfire Night, the EFL and its Clubs are re-issuing their commitment to tackling the use of pyrotechnics, which includes smoke bombs, flares and fireworks within EFL football grounds.
Any supporter that has been, or found to be, in breach of the terms of the Charter is subject to a minimum three-season Club ban. A number of Club bans have already been issued since the launch of the Charter, including an increase in Club bans for away supporters due to the ongoing co-operation between EFL Clubs.
See our previous announcement for more on this.
The bars will be open from 12 noon with a wide selection of drinks, including real ales, served. You can watch live Premier League football in the bars beforehand, as we will be showing AFC Bournemouth versus Man United on TV screens. The tea-time match between Watford and Chelsea will also be shown following the Wimbledon versus Lincoln match. We will be pleased to welcome Lincoln supporters into the bar areas before the game tomorrow.
AFC Wimbledon’s next away game is at Blackpool on Saturday 16 November and you can buy tickets tomorrow for this game. Purchase from the complimentary tickets window before the game, or for a short time afterwards.
Dons Trust Kiosk
Supporters interested in the work of the Dons Trust, can find out more by popping into the stall before tomorrow’s game. Hannah Kitcher and Anna Kingsley will be on hand to answer any of your questions. The DTB elections are coming up soon and you can find out more about them at the stall.