Tickets still remaining for Boxing Day game
Wimbledon are in match action for just the second time during December when they take on Southend United tomorrow and tickets are still available for this Boxing Day clash.
Neal Ardley’s men will be aiming for their first win since 16 November against Phil Brown’s promotion chasers and they will be hoping to recapture the form that swept aside Portsmouth on that day (Sammy Moore is pictured celebrating his superb goal in that match).
With a capacity crowd expected, supporters should allow sufficient time to enter the ground because we will not delay the kick-off.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information about this match:
, but this must be done before 11.00 am tomorrow morning to allow for collection from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Southend ticketsWe have tickets still available for the Your Golf Travel terrace. A limited number of seat tickets are remaining for the Paul Strank Stand and the Nongshim Stand due to returns. The EcoHouse End is sold out. Supporters can still book online by clicking on
Should there be inclement weather, we will make a decision regarding the grass car park on the morning of the game.
This will be on sale at a price of £3 and we tomorrow feature an in-depth interview with George Porter, along with the usual features and reviews.
for more information on how you can help out. FoodbankClick on The Dons Trust will be collecting items to be donated to the Wimbledon Foodbank tomorrow, an initiative that helps those less fortunate at Christmas.
Bars and Catering
The bars will be open from midday. Southend supporters will be not be admitted to the bar areas. All pre-match hospitality is sold-out for this match.
We would like to remind supporters that there are no overground trains on Boxing Day.
This will be open on Boxing Day from 12.15 pm until 2.45 pm before the game and for half an hour after the match. Credit cards are accepted at the club shop.
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place shortly after the match has ended with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing Wimbledon’s man of the match.