Match arrangements for home supporters
The FA Cup first round replay against York City will be televised and will now be played at the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Monday, 12 November, kick-off 7.45 pm.
AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley (pictured) will be aiming to guide the Dons into the FA Cup second round for the second successive season.
Season ticket holders
There is no limit to the number of tickets per application for this game.
Number of tickets per applicant
The game is not all-ticket and tickets are now on sale. Below is a summary of how to buy tickets for home supporters:
Season ticket holders who wish to book their usual seat or place on the terrace have until 3.00 pm on Thursday, 8 November to do so. Postal applications should include voucher A, a cheque for the appropriate amount, and a SAE if you wish your tickets to be sent to you.
Season ticket holders are reminded that their tickets are not valid for this game.
If you are a season ticket holder and you are keen to ensure your usual place is reserved, you can do so by phone between 4.00 pm and 7.00 pm on Wednesday, 7 November – see later in this note for details.
All other applicants
After that time they will be held for collection on the day of the game.
Tickets bought by online applications that are received before 3.00 pm on Thursday 8 November will be sent by post.
We have a limited number of tickets available in the Tempest End and we will allocate any unsuccessful on-line applications for that end to the East Stand. Non season ticket holders applying for seats will be allocated the best seats available for the particular stand that they have requested, but you will not be allocated a specific seat until after 8 November.
“the ticket shop” under the heading “How to buy online”. Terrace tickets and seats may be bought on line via the club’s web site, www.afcwimbledon.co.uk. You can buy online by hovering the mouse over the Tickets tab, clicking on “How to Buy Tickets” and then clicking on
If you are not a season ticket holder you are advised to apply immediately in one of the following ways:
Tickets will be sent at the risk of the applicant – in other words, we cannot issue replacement tickets for any that are lost in the post. Applicants who want more secure delivery of their tickets should not stamp the self-addressed envelope, and instead add a payment of £2 for a recorded delivery service; you should also state in a covering letter that you require secure delivery.
We will not post tickets if we receive your application after Thursday and instead we will hold them for collection on the day of the game. Postal applicants who want their tickets to be posted to them should enclose a self-addressed, stamped envelope and a daytime phone contact number should we need to contact you about your application.
Buying by post
Personal visitors will be able to buy tickets from the club office at The Cherry Red Records Stadium during normal office hours (9.30 am to 5.00 pm) starting from Wednesday 7 November.
Buying at The Cherry Red Records Stadium at other times
Please note that tickets which are sent by post are sent at the risk of the applicant - in other words, we cannot issue replacement tickets for any that are lost in the post. If you would prefer your tickets to be sent by recorded delivery, you should apply by post – see later in this note.
To buy your tickets this way, please call 020 8547 3528 between the specified times. In view of the short time before the game is to be played, we will be selling tickets by phone as a one off service from 4.00 pm – 7.00pm on Wednesday 7 November only.
(cheques to be payable to AFC Wimbledon) Prices
We remind fans that as you enter the stadium you may be required to provide proof of eligibility for any reduced price ticket that you buy. The best such proof is a photo id card - please note that student cards must include a date which proves that it is current. If you cannot provide suitable evidence, you will be asked to pay full price.
Ticket information for York City supporters will follow shortly on the official website.