Guarantee a seat by booking in advance
The Dons will be aiming to recapture their superb early season home form against York City tomorrow and we still have tickets left in most areas for this match.
Seat tickets are still left for the Nongshim Stand and places are still available for the Eco House End, but we recommend booking in advance for these popular sections.
Last season’s home match against York City was a hugely entertaining affair with Harry Pell (pictured celebrating his goal above) netting the winner in a 3-2 Wimbledon victory.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details for tomorrow’s match.
. Tickets booked online can be collected from the complimentary tickets window.York matchOnly the Paul Strank Stand is currently sold out. Tickets are still available for the Nongshim Stand, along with the Eco House and Your Golf Travel terrace areas. We expect tickets for these sections to be available on the day, but the best way to guarantee your place is to book in advance. Purchase from our online ticket shop by clicking on
. York City supporters will be welcome in the bar areas.Your AFC WimbledonAll bars will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and for more information click on
This Saturday’s offering features first-team player interviews with Will Antwi and Charlie Sheringham. There’s also the usual updates from Neal Ardley and Erik Samuelson, plus plenty of other news and features for just £3.
Tickets for away matches
Tickets will be on sale from the complimentary tickets window after Saturday’s game for the trips to Northampton (Tuesday, 25 March) and Mansfield (Saturday, 29 March). Supporters should note that the match at Mansfield is all-ticket. Places on the supporters’ coach for both matches can also be booked on Saturday.
Man of the Match presentation
This will be staged as soon as possible after the match with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.
.Dons newsIf you missed Neal Ardley's team update for the official website yesterday, click on