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Dons v York for £10

18 November 2014

Match is not all-ticket

Wimbledon will tonight be looking to secure an FA Cup second round place by beating York City and supporters can get behind the Dons for just a tenner.

This match is not all-ticket and supporters can pay on the gate.

The FA Cup has offered an opportunity for players to emerge as unlikely heroes over the years and maybe Barry Fuller (pictured celebrating his winner against Dagenham) can get on the score sheet again after ending his seven-year goal drought. 

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information:


. Supporters can collect tickets from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.York TicketsWe still have availability for the Paul Strank Stand, Nongshim Stand and the Chemflow End (Adults £10, Concessions £5). The Your Golf Travel terrace will not be open for this match. Tickets can be booked online until 3.00 pm today by clicking on 


These will be from 5.00 pm and York City supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. The Rekorderlig hot cider was well received last year and this will be available in both middle and back bars. Ales available will be London Pride in the middle bar and Hogsbacks Hop Garden Gold in the back bar. The Scotland versus England game will be shown live on TV screens in the bars from 8.00 pm.

Oxford Tickets

Tickets for this away match on Saturday will be on sale (£3 cheaper than on the day) after tonight’s match from the complimentary tickets window. The club will be running a supporters’ coach for this game at the Kassam Stadium and places are still available (price £13). It will pick-up from opposite South Wimbledon tube station at 11.00 am and from the Cherry Red Records Stadium at 11.30 am. Contact 020 8547 3528 for more information.


Tonight’s offering will be priced at £2 for 48 pages. It includes news, features and interviews, including a behind-the-scenes insight from physio Stuart Douglas.

Man of the Match presentation

This will take place shortly after the game with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.

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