Tickets still left to get behind the Dons
Wimbledon will be aiming for their first home win of 2014 against Exeter City tomorrow and we are expecting more great backing from the Dons support with all seat tickets now sold out.
A very limited number of tickets still remain in the EcoHouse End, but tickets will still be available on the day for the Your Golf Travel Terrace.
Last season’s home match against Exeter was one of the games of last season at The Cherry Red Records Stadium with Wimbledon coming from behind twice to earn a 2-2 draw, thanks to a Luke Moore double, and the Dons will be aiming to go one better tomorrow.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other items of interest for supporters.
As mentioned above, all tickets for the Paul Strank Stand and the Nongshim Stand are sold out. A small number of tickets still remain for the EcoHouse End, but these must be booked in advance. Your Golf Travel terrace tickets will be available to buy on the gate before this game. Advance tickets can be booked up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.
. Packed with news and features, the programme is priced at £3.Oliver Ford and an academy feature on producing our own talent by Professional Development Phase Coach Aaron Morris (pictured above) features in our extensive player interview and he tells us about his determination to recapture his flying early season form after three months out with injury. “I want to get back to the level I was at earlier in the season, running at defenders and getting crosses into the box,” said Chris. There’s also an interview with Dons new boy Chris Arthur
Both bars will be opening from 12 midday and live coverage of the FA Cup fourth round tie between AFC Bournemouth and Liverpool will be shown on TV screens. Our hot Rekorderlig Premium Winter Cider will be on offer to warm you up and there’s also a selection of ales available. Fans of Exeter City, a club that shares a lot in common with AFC Wimbledon as it is run by a Supporters’ Trust, will be welcomed into the bar areas.
Dons Trust members earlier this season voted on the charities they felt most warranted matchday collections after an appeal on the official website. Tomorrow it’s the turn of Kingston Hospital Radio and we will be raising funds on their behalf at the Exeter match. Kingston Hospital Radio has plenty in common with AFC Wimbledon because a dedicated team of volunteers make a vital contribution. That team helps to put smiles on the faces of patients by providing a free 24-hour radio service. Please give generously if you possibly can to help maintain the radio station’s studio facilities, which rely heavily on fundraising and donations.
Oxford United tickets
The Dons visit the Kassam Stadium on Saturday, 1 February, and advance tickets for our supporters are available after tomorrow’s match. These can be purchased from the complimentary tickets window for a limited time after the final whistle.
This will be severely restricted by major gas main replacement works being undertaken in residential areas near to The Cherry Red Records Stadium. Rosebery Road, off Cambridge Road, is affected by the disruption, along with other areas close to the ground. We therefore advise supporters to consider using public transport to get to the match.