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FA Cup special: Johnnie and Jake

Manager and Captain on tomorrow’s tie and much more

3 November 2023

Johnnie Jackson and Jake Reeves are eager to build on our impressive performances in knockout competitions when League One Cheltenham Town visit tomorrow.

Having seen off Championship opposition in Coventry City back in August, we then gave Premier League Chelsea a scare at Stamford Bridge before exiting the Carabao Cup. Attention now turns to the prestigious Emirates FA Cup, football’s oldest competition.

You can see an extensive interview with Johnnie Jackson and Jake Reeves below, along with a summary of the key points.

“The FA Cup is really important to this club,” said Johnnie, “It’s another opportunity for us to get another scalp. It’s not a Championship team, like Coventry, but it is a team in a higher division. They’ll be expecting to win, and we’ll be expecting to beat them. It’s a great test for my team.  

“It’s come at a great time, a little reset at a third of the way through the season, and a chance to focus on a different type of competition which is knockout football.”

“I wouldn’t expect it to be cagey, that’s not our style,” said Jake. “We are going to get up and at 'em – no matter who it is, no matter what competition or what level they play at. It doesn’t matter to us. We don’t really change our style and that’s what we’ll be looking to do.”

Johnnie, Cheltenham have had some unwanted attention with regards their start to the season, but under Darrell Clarke now they’ll perhaps think they’ve turned a corner with recent results?

They didn’t score for a long time, but Darrell went in there and they’ve had a reaction. They’ve won two out of their last three games and they’ve started to score. The timing of that is not brilliant, but as Jake has said – we concentrate on us. It’ll be about what we do.


Jake, I think we’re approaching a landmark of 150 appearances for the club over three spells for you soon. How much will that mean to you?

I didn’t know! I didn’t know that I was coming up close, to be honest. It’s massive. To play over a hundred games for any club is huge, it shows that I must have been doing well under a couple of managers to be playing. Over three different stints, it’ll be nice to make that 150 mark and hopefully there will be many more.

Your midfield partner Armani Little scored again last week, are we due another special from you soon – like against York City in 2016?!

That would be nice! I don’t think that type of goal will happen too often! The style that we play – everyone has different roles and different jobs, and it depends on how close in you get to shooting distances, as the gaffer has touched on, we’re getting into some really good areas. We’re a little bit wasteful at the moment, but we’re working on that.


Johnnie, the young Dons showed us the way in the FA Youth Cup this week. It was a great moment for Justin Clarke to come up with the winner and you were here to see it.

It was great for the young boys. I went down and saw them after the game, and Simon Clark as well – I’m delighted for him because I know how much hard work, he puts in. It was great to see them celebrate the way that they did, and I look forward to watching them in the next round now.

What sort of shape are we in and what team news do you have for tomorrow?

Really good. We’ve got a lot of competition for places. There are players that think they should be playing and expect to play. Just because it’s the FA Cup, doesn’t mean that you make wholesale changes.

Next Tuesday night will be a good opportunity to utilise the squad, but we want to go into this game as strong as we possibly can. The boys who missed out on last Saturday’s trip probably won’t make it, but you can name nine substitutes for the FA Cup which does give you a broader selection process.

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FA Cup General Sale: Special £10 ticket offer

Guarantee your seat for our big cup tie

26 October 2023

Those iconic Wimbledon FA Cup memories will never be forgotten - and Saturday 4 November offers the opportunity to create more magic in the famous competition.

On Saturday 4 November (3 pm kick-off) we host Cheltenham Town and tickets are now on general sale for this fixture, starting at the bargain price of £10 for Adults.

Revelling in the tag of underdog is certainly a treasured tradition in Wimbledon’s rich history - Dave going up to lift the cup in 1988 and Waggy slaying West Ham in 2019 spring to mind.

But we’ll only create more FA Cup headlines with a victory on 4 November, so make sure you join us for what could be the start of a journey we’ll never forget!

Following the end of the priority window for Season Ticket holders and Debenture holders, tickets are on general sale at the following prices:

Cappagh Stand

  • Adults - £15
  • 17 years and under - £5

All other stands

  • Adults - £10
  • 17 years and under - £5

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To make the most of your FA Cup matchday, book our fantastic hospitality service, which includes a selection of culinary delights – and the opportunity to watch the game from a prime location on a padded seat.

It’s the perfect way to mark that special occasion with friends and family, to entertain business clients, or simply to treat yourself on FA Cup first round day.

Sample the matchday atmosphere early and relax in one of our lounges, before enjoying the big game.

There's no priority window for hospitality, so you can book straight away!

The full list of hospitality options and prices are listed below:

Omnia Lounge:

  • Four course meal
  • Drink on arrival
  • Programme & team sheet
  • Padded seat directly outside the Lounge
  • Tea/coffee complimentary
  • Cheese & Biscuits post-match
  • Access to Networking Lounge

(Price £90, including VAT)

Viticult Lounge:

  • 2 course meal pre-match
  • Programme & team sheet
  • Tea/coffee complimentary
  • Centrally located padded seats

(Price £60, including VAT)

Flexi Ticket:

  • Padded corner seating on Hospitality Tier
  • Access to Networking Lounge

(Price £30, including VAT)

Book any of the options above by accessing our Seat Unique Hospitality website.

Boxes are also available for private group bookings, starting from £900 + VAT.

Please e-mail to find out more information.

Mascots & Match/ball/Programme Sponsorship:

We have a number of matchday sponsorship packages that come with a host of unique benefits – and offer experiences that you’ll never forget.

For more information, e-mail or visit our designated section on the official website.

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