End of season dinner has added significance
We are delighted to confirm that a host of Wimbledon greats will be attending the club’s extra special end of season dinner on Saturday, 11 May.
anniversary of the club’s FA Amateur Cup win and 25 years since the Crazy Gang’s famous FA Cup win against Liverpool.thThe event marks two hugely significant Wimbledon achievements with the 50
As part of those celebrations, FA Cup-winning manager Bobby Gould will be joined by the stars of 1988 with Dave Beasant, Andy Thorn and Terry Gibson, along with players from the 1963 success at Wembley. There will also be representation from the players and management of 2012/13.
The list of Wimbledon personalities confirmed so far is as follows: Neal Ardley, Bobby Gould (pictured above with the FA Cup), Andy Thorn, Terry Gibson, Dave Beasant, Joe Dillon, John Martin, Dave Willis, Bobby Ardrey, George Coote, Mike Kelly and Geoff Hamm.
The famous Player of the Year speech will be the pinnacle of what is set to be a fantastic evening that will live long in the memory. These celebrations will be combined with our end of season celebrations for the 2012-13 season.
Tickets (priced £70 per person) entitle you to the following:
Drinks reception •
A three-course dinner •
A half bottle of wine •
After-dinner speeches •
Auction of sporting memorabilia •
Dress Code: Lounge Suit
Timings for the evening will be announced in due course.
. Wimbledon celebrations To book your tickets, please contact the commercial department on 020 8547 3336 or e-mail us by clicking on
Tuesday, 14 May, at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. In a further celebration of 1988, we will be showing a full re-run of THAT FA Cup Final win on
Exactly 25 years since Wimbledon’s triumph at Wembley, Bobby Gould will be providing his thoughts and commentary on the game as it happened.
.online ticket pageTickets are £3 for this event. Supporters will have to secure their place by purchasing a ticket through our Each attendee will be able to redeem their ticket at the bar for a drink up to the value of £3.