Tickets still left including availability in Paul Strank Stand
The Dons will be aiming to get back to winning ways against Bury tomorrow and we still have seat and terrace tickets available for this fixture.
Danny Hylton (pictured) had a loan spell at Bury earlier this season and scored in the corresponding fixture in November, but he will be hoping to find the back of the net for Wimbledon on this occasion.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details for tomorrow’s match.
to book online. Tickets booked online may be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Bury ticketsWe have availability for all areas, including a limited number of extra tickets for the Paul Strank Stand that we’ve released for sale. The EcoHouse End is close to selling out. Tickets can be booked online for the EcoHouse End and other areas of the ground until 11.00 am tomorrow morning. Click on
for more information. Bury supporters will be welcome in the bar areas.Bars UpdateThese will all be open from 12 noon tomorrow with a wide selection of drinks and plenty of live TV sport before and after the match. Click on
Tomorrow’s offering (£3 for 68 pages) features player interviews with Charlie Wyke and captain Alan Bennett. Chief Executive Erik Samuleson also provides an update about an important issue debated at a recent Football League meeting. Youth and Community Director Nigel Higgs also brings us up to date with the Academy section and there’s plenty of other news and features from around the club.
AFC Wimbledon is proud to be supporting the “Football v Homophobia” campaign and tomorrow’s match against Bury has been designated as our match to support this important initiative.
The grass car park will be open tomorrow for supporters to use at tomorrow’s match, subject to availability.
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place in the middle bar shortly after the game has finished with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.