Get behind the Dons in second home match of season
Wimbledon will be aiming for their first home win of 2014/15 tomorrow and there’s still tickets left for you to cheer on the Dons against Hartlepool United.
George Francomb (pictured) was Wimbledon’s hero at Southend on Tuesday night and he believes the Dons have enough talent to put together entertaining performances at home this season after grinding out away wins.
, Francomb said: “When we get at home we are the team that has to be on the front foot. We can play more attacking football when the crowd is behind us.”Wimbledon GuardianSpeaking to the
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details ahead of tomorrow’s game:
and collection will be from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Hartlepool tickets The Paul Strank Stand is sold out for this match, but there is availability still for other areas. Seat tickets are still left for the Nongshim Stand and terrace tickets in the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel section. Supporters can book online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning by clicking on
for more details.Bars UpdateThe bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and TV screens will be showing live match action of Aston Villa v Newcastle before the Hartlepool game. Everton v Arsenal will also be shown live from 5.30 pm afterwards so there’s plenty of incentive to stick around for a drink after Wimbledon’s match. Hartlepool supporters are welcome into the bar areas. Click on
Saturday’s offering includes the second part of a feature on the new players in Neal Ardley’s squad for 2014/15 and is priced at £3 for 68 pages. It’s packed with news, features and match action photographs from the last three Dons games.
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place in the middle bar shortly after the match has ended with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.
Parking is available at the ground tomorrow afternoon, but we recommend arriving early to secure a place.