No tickets available on the day
We wish to remind supporters that tomorrow’s Sky Bet League 2 match at home to Portsmouth is sold out and no tickets will be available on the day.
The final tickets for this match were snapped up last weekend and we are advising supporters with tickets to arrive in plenty of time before kick-off with this game being a sell-out.
Below is a summary of match arrangements for Portsmouth
No tickets will be available on the day because this match is sold out.
These will be open from midday. Fans can pre-order drinks for half-time in the back bar. Unfortunately, we are unable to allow Portsmouth fans into the bar areas.
There will be a raffle staged by the Dons Trust tomorrow with the black goalkeeper shirt worn by former Wimbledon goalkeeper John Sullivan, who is now at Portsmouth, as the first prize.
The second prize is a signed photograph of AFC Wimbledon’s first captain Joe Sheerin in action during the club’s first match against Sutton United in 2002. Tickets are just £1 with all fund raised going towards the Dons Trust.
.Pizza offer Football League partner Papa Johns are offering 50 per cent off their pizzas if the Dons score twice tomorrow. You must sign-up first to be eligible. Please click on
Our friendly Community Football Scheme will once again be running this popular service. You could win a £50 voucher for the club shop for just £1 a go.
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place as soon as possible after the match with our Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.
My Dons Day Three
for more details. Dons Day Our picture above shows two young Dons fans on the day of a game last season and we want supporters to send in pictures that best capture their matchday experience tomorrow. Click on
Priced at £3 for 68 pages, this week’s offering is packed with club news and features. Midfielder Peter Sweeney tells us why there’s more to come from him after his man of the match display against Coventry City and we also feature an interview with in-form winger George Porter. There’s also a special feature on the six candidates for the Dons Trust elections and Stephen Crabtree catches up with former Portsmouth defender Noel Blake, who recalled his far from fond memories of playing against the Dons.