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Match details for Oxford

25 October 2013

Summary about everything going on at the club

The Dons will tomorrow be aiming for their first victory against Oxford United since returning to the Football League and we still have a limited number of tickets left for this match.

It could well be a record attendance at the Cherry Red Records Stadium and though this match is not designated as all-ticket, we recommend that supporters book in advance to avoid disappointment.

We below publish ticket information, along with events and offers at the club tomorrow:

Tickets

  Tickets must be purchased online before 11.00 am tomorrow to allow for collection before the game. Tickets can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Oxford supporters have taken up their full allocation of 850 tickets.  .Your AFC WimbledonSeat tickets for all home areas are sold out. We currently have fewer than 400 tickets remaining in the Your Golf Travel Terrace, and a very limited number for the EcoHouse End. Tickets can be purchased online by clicking on 

While there are currently no restrictions on who can buy tickets, we will refuse entry to any supporter who attempts to enter the opposition's section of the ground and no refund will be offered.

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 

Programme

This week’s offering is packed with news, features and interviews. Our main interview focuses on the impact of full-time goalkeeper coach Ashley Bayes since he joined in May, including an insight into his training methods. Peter Sweeney also talks about his return to action after a spell out of the team. Older Dons fans should not miss out on this edition as we feature an interview with Wimbledon favourite Steve Galliers, who may not have arrived at Wimbledon if it was not for the decision of an Oxford United legend. Stephen Crabtree tells us why.

Manifesto

    to view that previous news item. Volunteersto visit the section. The club earlier expressed its thanks to volunteers for helping us to deliver copies of the manifesto last night. Click on  Stadium Manifesto  If you never picked a copy of the club’s stadium manifesto up before the Accrington Stanley match, then you can do so at the complimentary tickets window after tomorrow’s match. Alternatively, print one off on the official website. Click on 

Bars and Hospitality

. The bars open at midday and the Crystal Palace versus Arsenal match will be shown live. Following consultation, we are unable to let away supporters into the bars.OxfordA few hospitality places remain and can be booked online by clicking on

Inflatable penalty shoot-out

Our friendly Community Football Scheme coaches will be on hand to offer you a chance to win a £50 club shop voucher for just £1 a go.

SkyBET

 for more information, including a link to the SkyBET website. Harry Pell (pictured above) is currently 14/1 to score the first goal tomorrow.Wimbledon OfferThe club will earn £10 for every supporter who signs up to an account through our designated link. So if you fancy a flutter on the game or regularly bet on other events, then click on 

Raffle

  to view our earlier announcement on the official website.RaffleSam Hatton’s shirt from that memorable play-off win in Manchester will be the top prize in a raffle with all funds going towards the Dons Trust. Click on 

Pizza offer

Supporters need to register their team and then use the offer code STHP72.   to register. Pizza OfferIf the Dons score twice against Oxford, then supporters can take advantage of half price pizza from Football League partner Papa Johns. You must sign-up to be eligible for the offer. Click on 

Golden Goals

As usual our volunteers will be offering fans the opportunity to pick a random scorer and a minute for just £1 a go. The holder of the correct ticket will win £100.

Club shop

This will be open from 12.15 pm until 2.45 pm and until 5.30 pm after the game. It’s fully stocked with new scarves and jackets to keep you warm at the match during the winter.

Away travel

The supporters’ coach for Rochdale on Saturday, November 2, is just £20 return. It leaves The Grove at 8.00 am and The Cherry Red Records Stadium at 8.30 pm. You can book a place from at the booth in Jack Goodchild Way before the game or from the complimentary tickets window afterwards. If places are still left, supporters can contact the club during the week (9.30 am until 5.00 pm on week days) on 020 8547 3528.

From the Jam

for more information on future events.Kingsmeadow Live  This popular musical act is now sold out for Saturday night. Click on 

Man of the Match presentation

This will be staged shortly after the game in the middle bar.


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