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Match details for Cheltenham

21 March 2014

Terrace tickets still left for tomorrow's game

We still have terrace tickets remaining for you to get behind the Dons against Cheltenham Town tomorrow afternoon.

Wimbledon will be aiming for their first win against the Robins since September, 2011, and tickets are still available for this match. It will be a dream occasion for Dons supporter Danny Wiggins (pictured above centre with Clive Yelf and Haydon the Womble) as he takes part in a half-time challenge with a difference for Sport Relief (see below for further details).

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details for tomorrow’s match:

Tickets

 up until 11.00 am tomorrow. Tickets booked online can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Cheltenham ticketsThe Paul Strank Stand and Nongshim Stand are both currently sold out, though returns may become available so please enquire in due course. We still have tickets available for the EcoHouse End and the Your Golf Travel terrace. These can be booked in advance online by clicking on  

Bars

The main bar will be open indefinitely so people can stay after the match to watch the evening Premier League match.  Cheltenham supporters will be welcome in the bars. The back bar will be shutting at 6.00 pm to prepare for Kingsmeadow Live. There will be reduced space in the back bar after kick-off time as sound checks will be taking place. These will open from 12 noon and two live matches will be shown on TV screens (Chelsea versus Arsenal from 12.45 pm and West Ham v Man United from 5.30 pm).

Danny’s challenge

Dons fan Danny Wiggins has already got a trial run out of the way and at half-time on Saturday it’s the real thing as he races against his hero Haydon the Womble.

Danny, who attends High Path Community Resource Centre, which provides day care for people with learning disabilities, is aiming to raise funds for Sports Relief by racing against AFC Wimbledon’s much-loved mascot.

 .Sport ReliefThe sporting challenge set for the pair is for them to race from opposing goalmouths and be the first to kick the ball from the centre spot. For more information and to sponsor Danny, click on 

Programme

 We have plenty of exclusive interviews, news and features in tomorrow’s offering, which is on sale for £3. Aaron Morris and Tom Richards are the focus of our player interviews and there’s an in-depth feature on last Saturday’s volunteers’ away day.

Tickets for Northampton and Mansfield

   to view our earlier announcement this week. Places on the supporters’ coach can also be booked tomorrow before the match from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.away ticketsSupporters can purchase tickets for both of these away matches from the complimentary tickets window after tomorrow’s match. Fans should note that the Mansfield game is all-ticket. Please click on  


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