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Accrington match details

11 October 2013

Extra spice added as part of AFC Wimbledon Korea Day

We have had good ticket sales for tomorrow’s match against Accrington Stanley and supporters can experience the delights of the Far East as part of our AFC Wimbledon Korea Day.

.Please see further down this page for more details about Korea DayIn association with the club’s partners at Korea Foods and commercial partners Nongshim, supporters can sample tasty treats from Korea’s number one noodle manufacturer and Haydon the Womble will be taking part in a dance-off as part of the day.

Tickets are still left for the Your Golf Travel Terrace (at a reduced price of £10), but all other areas are now sold out.

Below is a summary of match arrangements for tomorrow:

Ticket availability

 . Tickets booked online must be purchased online before 11.00 am on Saturday to allow for collection before the game.Accrington ticketsThe Paul Strank Stand, EcoHouse End and the Nongshim Stand are all sold out for home supporters. Tickets are still left in the Your Golf Travel Terrace for just £10. These can be purchased from turnstiles 4/5/6 on the day or online. Click on 

Ticket returns

 so that we can accommodate more supporters. Ticket Returns  It is possible we will have a very small number of returned tickets for seats. Any returns will be made available from the booth in the foyer from 1.30 pm. If you are a season ticket holder who cannot make the game, then please e-mail us by clicking on 

Free entry for kids

for more details.Kids Offer  This offer is available for Under-18s in the Your Golf Travel Terrace. Please click on 

AFC Wimbledon manifesto

The club has compiled a manifesto detailing the reasons why the club wants a new stadium back in Merton and these documents will be handed out to supporters before tomorrow's match.

Away supporters

Two options are available for Accrington Stanley supporters planning to attend the game. Away fans can purchase £10 tickets for the uncovered terraced area in the Your Golf Travel Stand or seated tickets (£19 adults, £12 concessions, £9 Under-18s). Tickets can be purchased from turnstiles seven and eight on the day.


These will be open from 12 midday and Accrington Stanley supporters will be welcome in the bar areas.

Korea Day

  .Our photograph above shows Korea Foods Manager Director Dan Suh (right) with Neal Ardley for more details about this event via Facebook and you can also enter the Nongshim Prediction competition on this page. Korea Day There will be a Nongshim tasting tent outside the main bar before the game for supporters to sample foods and our bars will stock Hite Korean Lager. Bulgogi burgers, a traditional Korean barbecue speciality of marinated sirloin, will be available to purchase on the day. Free food samples will also be available after the game at Jack Goodchild Way. Over 50 Koreans from our local New Malden community are expected to attend tomorrow's match. Click on

Pizza offer

Papa John’s Pizza are offering 50 per cent off pizzas if the Dons score twice tomorrow. This applies when you spend over £15. Supporters need to register their team and use the offer code STHP72. Wimbledon have managed to score at least twice in three out of five home matches so far this season. Click on Pizza offer  to sign-up for the promotion.

Man of the Match presentation

Join our Commercial Executive Ivor Heller in the middle bar for the man of the match award shortly after the game.

Hartlepool tickets

to view our previous announcement.Hartlepool tickets Supporters planning to attend this match on Tuesday, 22 October, can purchase tickets from the complimentary tickets window at the stadium after the game tomorrow. As we announced last month, tickets can be purchased in advance at a cheaper price. Click on 

Homophobia campaign

 .Dons campaignAFC Wimbledon will be the first British club to support the “Football Fans against Homophobia” initiative tomorrow and more details on this can be found by clicking on 


A decision will be made tomorrow morning on whether or not the grass car park will be open. Adverse weather conditions are expected tomorrow and a decision will therefore be made as soon as possible.


This week’s offering is packed with 68 pages of news, features and interviews for just £3. Barry Fuller is the focus of this week’s extensive first-team player interview. We also include an interview with Michael Hamilton about the AFC Wimbledon College Academy and an update on the Elite Player Performance Plan (EPPP). There will also be a “Where are they now?” feature on where the majority of last season’s Wimbledon squad are now playing their football.

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