Tickets still left for first Dons home match of 2014
New boys Charlie Wyke and Aaron Morris could both make their AFC Wimbledon home debuts at home to Torquay United tomorrow and we still have tickets left for this match.
Wyke will be aiming to build on his stunning Wimbledon start last week in front of the home fans and he is likely to be joined in Neal Ardley’s squad by Morris, who we earlier announced had signed for the Dons.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information ahead of Torquay’s visit.
Tickets still remaining
. All remaining tickets will be available to purchase from the turnstiles. Tickets purchased online may be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way and the rest from the complimentary tickets window.Torquay ticketsAt the time of writing, seat tickets are still available in the Nongshim Stand, along with terrace tickets in the EcoHouse and Your Golf Travel terrace areas. However, we expect the Nongshim Stand and EcoHouse End to sell-out overnight. Tickets can be purchased online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning by clicking on
We feature an in-depth interview with Harry Pell (pictured celebrating his goal against Torquay on the opening day of this season). Harry talks about his return after injury, his career so far and why he’s been on the receiving end of plenty of jokes from his team-mates. There’s also an interview with new Wimbledon hero Charlie Wyke and a feature on former Wimbledon chairman Ron Noades, who sadly died before Christmas. Packed full of news, features and photographs, it’s a great read for just £3.
These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and Torquay United supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. We will be showing the Saturday lunchtime match between Hull City and Chelsea in the bar areas.
for more details.Travel information Dons supporters who usually travel in via the Coombe Road Flyover should be aware that works are taking place this weekend and alternative routes are advised. Click on
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place as soon as possible after the game with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.