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Match details for Dagenham

26 November 2013

Tickets still left for We Are Wimbledon Night

Wimbledon’s first Tuesday home fixture of 2013/14 takes place tonight and the club are encouraging fans to make “We Are Wimbledon Night” an extra special occasion against Dagenham.

to view our previous announcement about this.We Are Wimbledon  Tickets are priced at just £10 in all areas for this match and supporters have the option of making donations to the We Are Wimbledon Fund, a successful initiative that has so far provided a big boost to Neal Ardley’s transfer fund. Supporters can make donations at the turnstiles tonight and 100 per cent of the funds will go towards the We Are Wimbledon initiative. Click on 

Our photograph above (taken by Paul Willatts) shows supporters in the EcoHouse End celebrating Michael Smith’s superb goal in the 4-0 win against Portsmouth.

This match is not all-ticket and tickets can purchased on the night, but below is a summary of ticket availability and other information about tonight’s match.

Tickets

to book online for this match.Dagenham ticketsDue to returns, there is a limited number of tickets currently available in the Paul Strank Stand and the Nongshim Stand. A very limited amount of tickets are also remaining in the EcoHouse End and there are plenty of tickets left for the Your Golf Travel terrace. Advance tickets must be booked before 4.00 pm today to allow for collection before this game at the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Click on

Bars

to view our latest announcement. Dagenham & Redbridge supporters are welcome in the bar areas.Bars update  Rekorderlig Premium Winter Cider, which is on offer for the first time at the club for just £2.50. Click on  The bars will be open tonight from 4.30 pm. Wimbledon supporters can warm themselves up in the bars by sampling

Programme

Tonight’s offering is packed with news, features and interviews at the usual price of £3. We focus on a valued member of the club’s first-team playing staff for our main interview with physio Stuart Douglas providing an insight into his busy role and how he aims to take Wimbledon’s medical department forward. Kaid Mohamed also tells us why returning to AFC Wimbledon has been so special and Academy Manager Mark Robinson talks about the season so far for the Under-18s. There’s also plenty of your favourite photographs from My Dons Day Three, which we launched for the last home game against Portsmouth.

Christmas Party at the club

 .Your AFC WimbledonSupporters can purchase tickets for this event on Saturday, 7 December, from the Dons Trust at tonight’s match. Tickets are priced at just £5 and for more information click on 

Wimbledon Foodbank

 .More InformationThe Dons Trust will be collecting food items for donation to the Wimbledon Foodbank at tonight’s match. For a full list of items and more on why the Dons Trust are supporting such a good cause, click on 

Bristol Rovers away match

Supporters can book places for the supporters’ coach to Saturday's match at The Memorial Stadium (return travel for £15). This can be done from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way prior to the match and from the complimentary tickets window next to the player’s entrance after the game. The supporters’ coach will pick-up from The Grove at 10.00 am and from The Cherry Red Records Stadium at 10.30 am.


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