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Match details v Stevenage

29 August 2014

Tickets still left to get behind the Dons

The Dons will be aiming to round off their fixtures for August with a win against Stevenage tomorrow and tickets are still available for this match.

Sean Rigg is pictured on the front of tomorrow’s matchday programme (more details below) and he will be bidding to double his Wimbledon account after he scored on his debut against Shrewsbury.

Tickets

 and collection will be from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Stevenage ticketsThe 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 

Returns

Due to IT problems at the club this week, season ticket holders will not have received the normal reminder ahead of a home game about returning tickets.

 We would therefore appreciate season ticket holders letting us know if they are planning to miss the Stevenage game. Please e-mailinfo@afcwimbledon.co.uk

Bars

  to see what ales are on offer tomorrow. Stevenage supporters are welcome into the bar areas.Bars UpdateThe bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and TV screens will be showing live match action of Burnley v Man United before the Stevenage game. Everton v Chelsea 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. Click on 

Programme

 Saturday’s offering includes an in-depth interview with new Under-21 coach Alan Reeves, who talks passionately about restoring a Wimbledon tradition of bringing players through the ranks. There’s also plenty of news and features, including a behind-the-scenes focus at the training ground from WDON commentator Rob Cornell. The programme is priced at £3 for 68 pages.

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.

Car parking

Parking is available at the ground tomorrow afternoon, but we recommend arriving early to secure a place.

Nongshim prediction competition

  for more details of how to enter.NongshimOur club sponsors have launched a fantastic new-look competition with £1,000 up for grabs for the winner. Click on 


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