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Match details for Gillingham

26 October 2012

Ticket update and match arrangements for tomorrow

We are expecting a big gate tomorrow for the visit of League 2 leaders Gillingham and tickets are still available in the North Stand and the East Terrace.


The Dons will be aiming to build on their first win under new manager Neal Ardley, but Wimbledon play-off hero Danny Kedwell and his Gillingham team-mates have to get back on track after their defeat at Torquay in midweek.


Below is a summary of match arrangements for tomorrow:


Availability of tickets for home areas 


This game is not all-ticket, but we recommend that supporters book in advance as we cannot guarantee entry on the day. The Tempest End and Paul Strank Stand are both sold out. However, we still have tickets left for the front row of the North Stand and tickets left for the East Terrace. If we still have tickets left for the East Terrace on the day, then supporters can gain entry via turnstiles five and six.


 before 11.00 ticket shopIf you wish to book tickets online and collect them here on the day of the game, then you must book through our 


Ticket Collection


Tickets purchased online can be collected from the kiosk in Jack Goodchild Way. Supporters wishing to book places on the supporters’ coach for the FA Cup tie at York City or the League 2 match at Exeter City can also do this at the kiosk. If you need to collect complimentary tickets or upgrade your season ticket you can do so at the window located next to the players’ entrance.

Visiting fans

Visiting supporters will not be allowed in the bar areas.Gillingham fans should enter the stadium via the access road, which is located about 100 yards east of Jack Goodchild Way and will be signposted.

We wish to point out that online orders will be checked against our supporter database to ensure that those attending are in the correct ends for home and away supporters. We may contact you if you are not on our database.  Supporters in the wrong end will be ejected with no refund.All away tickets were sent to Gillingham to sell and they have now sold their allocation.


Bars and catering

The bars will be open from 11.30 am. We still have places left for pre-match hospitality (price £25) when Neal Ardley will announce his starting 11 to diners.

Guests will enjoy all the benefits of the hospitality service, including:

-     A three-course carvery, including tea and coffee

-     Drinks service directly to table

-     Complimentary programme and team sheet

-     Sky Sports/ESPN on the HD screen

-     Pre-match briefing from Neal Ardley

phone on 020 8547 3336.   by e-mail or by commercial team, or contact our hospitalityTo book a place at the carvery, click on

Crossbar Challenge

Our Community Football Scheme staff will once again be running the inflatable shoot-out again outside the bar area from 1.00pm until 3.00pm before tomorrow's Gillingham match. For just £1, you could earn the chance to take part in our crossbar challenge at half-time. Those who score with one of their three attempts will be entered in our draw at half-time with the winners having the opportunity to hit the crossbar on the pitch in front of our supporters.



As usual, parking will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is availablen local streets, but please be considerate when doing so.i
Proof of eligibility for reduced price tickets

Fans are reminded that you may be asked to prove your entitlement to a concession or under 16 ticket - if you can't do this, you will be charged full price for admission. It is important that the evidence you provide clearly relates to you and, for example for student cards, is current.


As usual, the programme is £3 for 68 pages. Our player interview this week focuses on fit-again right-back Curtis Osano. In an interesting interview, the summer signing reveals that he came so close to joining Brighton after impressing Gus Poyet. We also have a feature on our Academy squad and the girls Under-18s team, plus all the usual features and interviews.




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