Important information for supporters
The final home match of 2012/13 against Fleetwood Town tomorrow is now a sell-out with Wimbledon’s supporters getting right behind their club’s bid for survival.
With it being such a big game and an athletics meeting taking place at Kingsmeadow Athletic Centre, parking space is likely to be at a premium. We therefore advise supporters to arrive early if they wish to secure parking or, alternatively, use public transport.
Our picture above shows Kevin Sainte-Luce receiving the congratulations of his team-mates after scoring in the victory against Morecambe and the Dons will be aiming to recapture that winning feeling tomorrow.
Below is a summary of the match arrangements for this game:
Availability of tickets for home areas
The extra tickets we put on sale this morning have all been snapped up and we have no further tickets available. No tickets will be sold on the day.
All tickets ordered online have been posted out to supporters, apart from those purchased today (Friday). These can be collected from the kiosk in Jack Goodchild Way.
Season ticket renewals
The deadline for completed forms is tomorrow and supporters can hand these in at the club tomorrow.
Keep off the pitch
The club recognises that the huge majority of its fans are well behaved on matchdays. But in view of the fact that tomorrow’s match may see emotions running a little higher than usual, we would ask all fans to stay behind the barriers at all times, including after the final whistle.
Supporters in terraced areas
Due to the importance of this match, we recommend that supporters in terraced areas arrive early for this game. The turnstiles will be open from 1.30 pm and supporters wishing for a good viewing point should get in early.
This will be open from 12.15 pm until 2.45 pm tomorrow and the shop has been re-stocked with Wimbledon home and away kits in a range of sizes.
Player of the Year Awards
These awards will be made after tomorrow’s match and we will make an announcement tomorrow afternoon about where this will take place.
Fleetwood Town supporters should enter the stadium via the access road, which is located about 100 yards east of Jack Goodchild Way and will be signposted.
The bars will be open from 11.30 am tomorrow and visiting supporters will be allowed in the bar areas.
As usual, parking will be on a first-come, first-served basis. As mentioned above, we expect tomorrow to be particularly busy so supporters wishing to park should arrive early. Parking is available in local streets, but please be considerate when doing so.
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.
Saturday’s programme will be priced at £3 for 68 pages and has all the usual features and club news. Tomorrow’s offering features an in-depth interview with club physio Mike Rayner about his nine years at AFC Wimbledon following his decision to step down from the role. The programme also includes a special feature on one of our dedicated volunteers, Mike Berry, and his hard work behind the scenes. There are also reviews of the season from AFC Wimbledon’s youth team managers and an interview with Olympic gold medal winner Sophie Hosking.