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Dons v United match details

28 November 2014

Terrace tickets still left for tomorrow's game

Wimbledon will be aiming to build on an impressive recent home run by beating Cambridge United on Saturday and tickets are still available for this match.

Bayo Akinfenwa (pictured), who is the focus of our player interview in tomorrow’s match day programme, has scored six goals in the last six home league games and he will be hoping to add to that tally.

  anniversary of the start of the First World War, a minute’s silence will be held before tomorrow’s match.thAs part of the Football League’s initiative to commemorate the 100

A summary of ticket availability and other information is published below:


  or in person from the club office (9.30 am until 5.00 pm today). Online tickets can be purchased up until 11.00 am on Saturday morning and they can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild ticket shopThe Paul Strank and Nongshim Stand are both sold out, but terrace tickets are available in the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel section. Tickets can be purchased in the normal ways, either via our 


These will be open as normal from 12 noon on Saturday. The lunchtime Premier League match between West Brom and Arsenal will be shown on TV screens in the bars from 12.45 pm. Cambridge United supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. There will be a good choice of ales on Saturday with Shepherd Neame’s Masterbrew and London Pride in the main bar. The very popular Hogsback Hop Garden Gold will be served in the back bar. The popular Sunkist Orange promotion at 75p for a half pint continues and Rekorderlig hot cider will also be available. From 5.30 pm, Sunderland versus Chelsea will be shown on TV screens with the back bar closing at half-time of this match and the middle bar staying open until well after the final whistle.


anniversary of the First World War, we profile footballers who played for Wimbledon during those times. Packed with news, features and interviews, the programme is available to purchase at the usual price of £3 for 68 Bayo Akinfenwa tells us why he had to go all the way over to Lithuania to launch his football career as an 18-year-old and he talks about his time at Wimbledon so far. As part of our own tribute to the 100

Wycombe & Pompey tickets

Dons supporters can buy tickets for the away matches at Wycombe Wanderers and Portsmouth before Saturday’s game (12.30 pm until 3.00 pm from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way).

Places on the supporters’ coaches for these matches can also be reserved from the booth (£13 return for both matches).


 We would appreciate season ticket holders letting us know if they are not planning to attend this match as it will enable us to make additional tickets available for supporters. Please

Man of the Match presentation

This will be held in the middle bar shortly after the match with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.

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