Update on tickets and other important details
Wimbledon bid to make it a treble of wins at the start of 2013 tomorrow and tickets are selling fast for the visit of Wycombe Wanderers.
Both the Tempest End and the Paul Strank stand are sold out for a match that is expected to attract a big gate, but it is not all-ticket and supporters will be able to buy on the day.
Below is a summary of match arrangements for tomorrow:
Availability of tickets for home areas
before 11.00 am.online ticket shopThe North Stand is close to selling out and any tickets remaining on the day are likely to be in the front row. We still also have tickets left for the East Stand. If you wish to book tickets online and collect them here on the day of the game, then you must book through our The Tempest End and the Paul Strank Stand are both sold out..Wycombe returnsSupporters should e-mail us, stating your seat number, by clicking on Season ticket holders who do not wish to attend tomorrow’s match against Wycombe Wanderers can return their tickets by contacting the club.
Tickets purchased online can be collected from the kiosk in Jack Goodchild Way. Supporters wishing to book places on the supporters’ coach for Accrington Stanley 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.
Wycombe Wanderers supporters should enter the stadium via the access road, which is located about 100 yards east of Jack Goodchild Way and will be signposted. Wycombe have been selling tickets for their away allocation, but any remaining tickets can be bought at the turnstiles. However, we recommend that Wycombe supporters should arrive early if they have not already purchased tickets.
Bars and catering
The bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and visiting supporters will be allowed in the bar areas.
We have experienced high demand for our hospitality packages and we are now sold out.
As part of AFC Wimbledon’s sponsorship deal with South Korea’s number one noodle manufacturer, supporters will have the chance to sample Nongshim products before the Wycombe Wanderers match.
n local streets, but please be considerate when doing so.iAs usual, parking will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking is available
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 offering features an interview with young full-back Jim Fenlon about his rise through the Wimbledon ranks. We also have an update from chief executive Erik Samuelson on our potential move to a new stadium. We also have all the usual features and reports in the programme, which costs £3 for 68 pages.
The above picture shows Simon Bassey saluting Wimbledon’s fans after the 1-0 win at Adams Park in September when our first-team coach was caretaker manager.