A summary of ticket availability and other information
Wimbledon will be aiming to maintain their 100 per cent home record this season with victory against Fleetwood tomorrow and we still have tickets remaining in various areas of the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Of course, the match will bring back memories of Wimbledon’s great escape on the final day of the 2012/13 and our picture above by Paul Willatts shows Luke Moore leading the post-match celebrations.
Below is a summary of match arrangements for supporters, which are correct at the time of writing.
Availability of tickets in home areas
to book via our online ticket shop. Tickets for the Nongshim Stand and the Your Golf Travel terrace can purchased from the appropriate turnstiles tomorrow. If any returns become available for the Paul Strank Stand, then these will be available to purchase from the booth in the main lobby at the ground. Fleetwood tickets This match is not all-ticket and tickets can be bought on the day. Only the Paul Strank Stand is currently sold out, but we expect the EcoHouse End to sell-out in advance of this match. Tickets can be booked online in advance of this match up until 11.00 am on Saturday morning and collected before the match. Click on
Chesterfield tickets on sale
to view our previous ticket update on the official website earlier this week.Chesterfield tickets Advance tickets for this away game on Saturday, 14 September, can be purchased for 15 minutes after tomorrow’s Fleetwood match from the complimentary tickets window. Chesterfield recommend that away supporters buy in advance for games at the Proact Stadium as cash payments at the turnstiles will not be taken on the day. Click on
The bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow. Fleetwood Town supporters will be allowed in the bar areas.
Supporters are advised to come early if they wish to gain a space in the club car parks.
Inflatable shoot-out competition
Our friendly Community Football Scheme staff will be on hand tomorrow afternoon for the return of this popular competition.
Saturday’s match day programme can be purchased at the usual price of £3. It contains interviews with Andy Frampton and Chris Arthur, along with all the usual features and news.