Tickets still left for home opener
The Dons start their home League 2 campaign by taking on Wycombe Wanderers tomorrow and this match is not all-ticket.
Tickets will be available on the day for supporters to get behind the Dons in their search for a first win of the season against a Wycombe side that earned a 2-2 draw in a thrilling match at the Cherry Red Records Stadium in January.
Our photograph above shows Sammy Moore celebrating his winning goal in the 1-0 win at Adams Park last season in front of the watching Stewart Castledine, who played for both clubs and will be a special guest at our pre-match hospitality (see later for details on how to book).
Below is a summary of match arrangements for supporters, which are correct at the time of writing.
Availability of tickets in home areas
and can be collected from the kiosk in Jack Goodchild Way.Wycombe tickets terrace. Tickets for all areas can be purchased online until 11.00 am on Saturday by clicking on Your Golf Travel. There are plenty of tickets left for the EcoHouse End then these will be available to buy from the turnstiles. No tickets will be sold on the day for the Nongshim Stand. These will be available to purchase from the ticket booth at the foyer. If we get more returns for the Paul Strank StandWe have a limited number of returned tickets available for the
Season Ticket holders
Supporters should have received their season tickets by now. If you have not yet received your season ticket then please contact 020 8547 3528 as soon as possible. Supporters who are collecting their season tickets tomorrow can do this from the complimentary tickets window at the Cherry Red Records Stadium and they must bring proof of identity.
Tickets for away supporters
Both seated tickets in the Nongshim Stand and standing tickets in the Your Golf Travel terrace can be purchased from the turnstiles on the day of the game.
Bars and catering
.Wycombe hospitality Wycombe supporters will be allowed in the bar areas. We still have a limited number of places left for match day hospitality, which can be booked online by clicking on The bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow with new Bars Manager Mat Ansell providing a friendly welcome for supporters.
Supporters are advised to come early if they wish to gain a space in the club car parks. It should be noted that road works at the junction of London Road and Cambridge Road are causing significant delays on the way to Norbiton.
Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the stadium and this includes the use of electronic cigarettes.
This will be open from 12.15 pm tomorrow and all of AFC Wimbledon’s new training range will be available, along with the official home, away and third kits and other merchandise.
A newly designed match day programme will be available at the same price as last season for £3. It includes an interview with Harry Pell and an article on the Football League’s 125-year anniversary celebrations, plus all the usual news and features.