Ticket selling arrangements v Liverpool
The FA Cup third round tie against Liverpool will be played at The Cherry Red Records Stadium on Monday, 5 January (kick-off 7.55 pm).
We are publishing separate guidance for buying tickets seat season ticket holders, for terrace ST holders, and for priority applicants who are not ST holders.
This note is for applicants who are not AFC Wimbledon season ticket holders.
Liverpool FC will notify their fans of the arrangements for their ticket sales.
Other priority applicants comprise:
- Dons Trust members as at 7.00 pm on Monday, 8 December
- PLC shareholders
FundWe are Wimbledon- Direct debit contributors to the
- Anyone who joined the fans’ register before 7.00 pm on Monday, 8 December
In the event that neither option is possible we will give you the best available alternative. You can apply by post or, if you prefer, by leaving your application at the office. Please indicate where in the stadium you wish to be, with a second choice. Applications must be made no later than noon on Friday, 19 December but may be sent now.
When we have fulfilled ST holders’ applications, the remaining tickets will be allocated as follows:
·first to DT member and PLC shareholders
· fund and to registered fans.We are Wimbledonnext to direct debt contributors to the
and registered fans will be determined by a draw.We are WimbledonThere are likely to be more priority fans than there are tickets, so the allocation of tickets for
We are aiming to notify successful applicants by email by no later than the Monday, 22 December.
If you would like a seat in this stand you should indicate this in your application. Please note that we are exploring the possibility of installing additional seating above the Your Golf Travel stand.
We aim to publish a decision on the temporary stand no later than Monday, 15 December.
Arrangements will be published later if tickets become available. If any tickets are left after season ticket holders and other priority applicants have bought their tickets, they will be put on general sale.
If you are applying by post you should include:
·a cheque for the relevant amount, made out to AFC Wimbledon
·a stamped self-addressed envelope (unless you choose to register it – see later in this article)
·Please take care to print it legibly your email address.
·the nature of your eligibility, i.e. DT member, PLC Shareholder etc.
·where you wish to sit or stand and a second choice. Please enclose payment for the more expensive option and we will refund the difference if necessary
·whether you wish to collect your ticket or have it posted to you
Send your application to:
The Cherry Red Records Stadium
Jack Goodchild Way
422a Kingston Road
Kingston upon Thames
You may wish to consider using registered post.
Collection or posting of tickets
bring proof of identity to collect your ticket.mustYou In your application, please make it clear whether you wish to collect your tickets at a home game; you should specify whether you will do so at the Mansfield game on 20 December or the Exeter game on 28 December.
We advise you to add an extra £1.60 to your application for them to be sent by registered post. If you do not specify collection, they will be posted. Alternatively you may choose to have your tickets posted.
We are aiming to post all tickets no later than Monday, 22 December.
.Cup TicketsThese can be found by clicking on Normal matchday prices apply.
If we are able to erect a temporary stand, prices will be the same as for the central area of the Paul Strank stand, namely:
Adults £25 .
Concessions £15 .
Under 18 £11 .
Please note we will not be selling tickets over the telephone or via the online ticket system.
Can I apply for more than one ticket? Q
Tickets are strictly limited to one per priority applicant A
Am I eligible for a ticket? I joined the Trust/put my name on the fans’ register after 7.00 pm on Monday. Q
We will add you to the membership list/register and the next time we get a big game you will be eligible No, sorry. A
I can’t come to the game. Can I use it my priority to buy a ticket for a friend who is a Liverpool supporter? Q
For safety reasons you must not do this. Any supporter who is found in the wrong part of the stadium is likely to be ejected. No. A