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Match details for Rovers

4 April 2014

Tickets remaining to show your support

Neal Ardley has called on his players to finish the season on a high and we still have tickets left for you to get behind the Dons at tomorrow’s match against Bristol Rovers.

Seat tickets are sold out for Wimbledon’s third to last home game of 2013/14, but there are still a very limited amount of tickets in the EcoHouse End and availability in the Your Golf Travel terrace.

 . Rovers previewThe Dons will be aiming to get back to winning ways on home turf and if you missed Neal Ardley’s team update on the official website yesterday click on 

Our photograph above (taken by Paul Willatts) shows Jake Nicholson receiving the congratulations of his team-mates after his debut goal against Cheltenham Town.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information ahead of Bristol Rovers

Tickets

  to book online for the EcoHouse End or the Your Golf Travel terrace. Tickets must be booked online before 11 am tomorrow morning and they can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way prior to the match.Rovers ticketsThe Paul Strank and Nongshim Stand are both currently sold out. We have fewer than 20 tickets left for the EcoHouse End at the time of writing. These will only be available online and not on the day. Click on 

Returns

 for details of how to do this. There may be returned seat tickets on the day and supporters can enquire about this at the foyer in the main stand.Your AFC WimbledonWe encourage season ticket holders to make returns if they are not planning to attend this match. Click on 

Season tickets

Earlier this week we sent out season ticket renewal forms and if any supporters wish to return their completed applications then we will accept these at the complimentary tickets window tomorrow.

Programme

Darren Jones is the subject of tomorrow’s player interview in your matchday programme and there are plenty of features and news articles for you to enjoy. There’s a three-page spread on the launch of AFC Wimbledon’s charitable foundation and what this will mean for the club. The last home match against Cheltenham Town will be a tough one to match in terms of sheer drama and we’ve produced a special feature on this memorable occasion. Packed with other news and features, the Bristol Rovers matchday programme is priced at £3 for 68 pages.

AFC Wimbledon PCUK Day

for more information about this day.  PCUKTomorrow’s Bristol Rovers match is the club’s designated day of action for Prostate Cancer UK. The Football League’s official partner has launched its Prostate Cancer versus Men United campaign this season. As part of this, bucket collections will be held outside The Cherry Red Records Stadium and first-team management and staff will be wearing pin badges to promote the charity. Click on 

Bars

  .Mat’s updateThese will all be open from 12 noon tomorrow. Bristol Rovers supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. More information about the bars at tomorrow’s match is available by clicking on 

Golden Goal tickets

These will be available for £1 each from our friendly Golden Goals sellers based around the ground at tomorrow’s match.

Club shop

A wide range of AFC Wimbledon merchandise will be available to purchase from 12.15 pm until 2.45 pm and for a short time after the final whistle tomorrow.

Southend and Plymouth tickets

  for advance ticket prices.away ticketsTickets for these two away matches can be purchased before tomorrow’s game from the complimentary tickets window and for a limited period of time afterwards. Click on  

Man of the Match presentation

This will take place shortly after the game has finished tomorrow with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.


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