Ticket availability and news for tomorrow's match
Wimbledon host promotion contenders Burton Albion tomorrow and the club has experienced high demand for tickets ahead of this match.
Supporters who need to collect tickets booked online can do so from the portable booth in Jack Goodchild Way. to book in advance. This must be done before 11.00 am tomorrow morning to allow collection before the game. Burton ticketsSeat tickets are almost sold out for this match with only a very limited amount of places remaining in the Nongshim Stand. Click on
Our picture above (taken by club photographer Paul Willatts) shows Michael Smith saluting Wimbledon's fans after the thrilling 3-2 win against Scunthorpe United, a match when he netted his first Dons goal (an interview with Michael will be in tomorrow's match day programme).
Below is a summary of ticket availability, along with match arrangements and events taking place at the club tomorrow:
Paul Strank Stand
hould any returns become available, then they may be purchased from the booth in the foyer of the Paul Strank Stand from 1.30 pm.This is now completely sold out. S
A very limited amount of tickets remain at the time of writing and these can be booked using the link above for our online ticket shop.
This popular terrace with Dons supporters is now sold out.
Your Golf Travel terrace
There is still tickets left for this area of the ground and they should be available on the day.
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The bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and we will welcome Burton Albion supporters into the bar areas.
.HospitalityPlaces are still available and can be booked by clicking on
We wish to let supporters know that parking will be limited tomorrow outside the ground. The Weir- Archer Academy, based at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre, are staging an open day and they also need extra space because members of the Wheels for All team are leading off riders for the Tour of Britain race at Epsom tomorrow.
National Blood Testing Awareness Week
Siobhain McDonagh, MP for Mitcham & Morden, AFC Wimbledon first-team management, club captain Alan Bennett and Commercial Director Ivor Heller will be among those attending.The club will be encouraging supporters to get their blood pressure checked as part of this national campaign. A team of NHS Live Well members will be on hand at the front of the stadium providing checks from noon until kick-off. This event is being run in collaboration with NHS South West London to increase awareness of high blood pressure, which increases the risk of heart disease.
Papa John’s Pizza have made a special offer to Wimbledon supporters for Saturday’s match against Burton Albion.
If the Dons score twice, then the Football League’s official pizza partner will offer 50 per cent off on the price of pizzas. This applies when you spend over £15 and supporters must register online by clicking on Papa John’s . Supporters need to register their team and use the offer code STHP72.
This week’s offering is packed with 68 pages of news, features and interviews for just £3. George Framcomb and Michael Smith are the first-team players chosen for this edition’s player interviews. George reveals why he chose a move to Wimbledon over League 1 clubs and Michael talks about leading the League 2 scoring charts. There is also an update from Erik Samuelson about a potential move to a new stadium and an interview with Vice-President Ian McNay about winning a music award recently.