Ticket update and information for supporters
The Dons will be aiming to extend their impressive 100 per cent home record this season at home to Northampton tomorrow and we still have tickets left for this match.
Tickets purchased online for terraced areas today will need to be collected from the portable booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Online tickets must be purchased before 11.00 am tomorrow to allow for collection before the game. However, all seat tickets are sold out for Wimbledon’s fifth home match of the season at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Our picture above shows Alan Bennett receiving congratulations from Jack Midson after his goal in the 1-1 home draw against Northampton last season.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details for this match:
Paul Strank Stand
This section is sold out. Should any returns become available, then they may be purchased from the booth in the foyer of the Paul Strank Stand from 1.30 pm.
Also sold out, but supporters may enquire about returns in the same way as above.
to book online.Northampton ticketsA very limited amount of tickets remain at the time of writing. Please click on
Your Golf Travel terrace
There are still tickets left for this area of the ground and they should be available on the day. Supporters who need to collect tickets booked online can do so from the portable booth in Jack Goodchild Way.
The bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and we will welcome Northampton Town supporters into the bar areas.
Northampton supporters will be able to buy tickets on the day for the Nongshim Stand and the Your Golf Travel terrace. These can be purchased from turnstiles seven and eight.
to sign-up for the promotion.Pizza offerPapa 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 four home matches so far this season. Click on
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.
This week’s offering is packed with 68 pages of news, features and interviews for just £3. Callum Kennedy is the focus of this week’s first-team player interview. We also include a feature on the AFC Wimbledon Legends Golf Day and an update from Erik Samuelson on the club's plans to move back to Plough Lane.