Tickets still left for the visit of League 2 leaders
Wimbledon will be aiming to cause a surprise against League 2 leaders Chesterfield tonight and tickets are still left for you to get behind the Dons.
bulletin and the Dons will be attempting to repeat their 1-0 victory from the opening day of last season (Jack Midson is pictured above striking the winner).team newsNeal Ardley has almost a fully fit squad to choose from as we highlighted in yesterday’s
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information about tonight’s match.
to book online. These tickets must be bought before 3.00 pm today to allow for collection, which will be from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Chesterfield ticketsWe expect to have some returns for the Paul Strank Stand and these will be available from an hour and a half before the match. These are expected to be mainly single tickets and they will be available for purchase from the foyer near the entrance to this stand. Tickets are also still remaining for the Nongshim Stand, along with the Your Golf Travel terrace and the EcoHouse End. Click on
You can buy a pre-match drink at the club from 5.00 pm today and Chesterfield supporters will be welcome in the bar areas.
Tonight’s offering features first-team player interviews with Danny Hylton and Jake Nicholson. There’s also an interesting update from Chief Executive Erik Samuelson and Stephen Crabtree’s feature focuses on the events of 1974 when Wimbledon battled back from oblivion. Plenty of other news and features are also included at a price of just £3 for 68 pages.
The grass car park will be open for tonight’s match so there is likely to be plenty of space for parking.
Tickets for away matches
Supporters can purchase tickets for the away matches at Northampton (Tuesday, 25 March) and Mansfield (Saturday, 29 March) before and after tonight’s game. The booth in Jack Goodchild Way will be open for supporters that wish to purchase tickets before the match and after the game they can be bought from the complimentary tickets window. Supporters should note that the Mansfield match is all-ticket. Places on the supporters’ coach for both matches can also be booked tonight.