Terrace tickets for home areas still left
Wimbledon will be aiming to produce another impressive Tuesday night display at the Cherry Red Records Stadium and tickets for home areas are still available for the match against Plymouth.
Bayo Akinfenwa (pictured with Neal Ardley after scoring his first Dons goal versus Burton) got off the mark in that midweek home win last month and “The Beast” will be looking to recapture his formidable best after Saturday's defeat at Wycombe.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match details.
to make an online booking.Plymouth TicketsWe still have terrace tickets remaining in home areas, but the Paul Strank and Nongshim Stand are both sold out. Returns may become available in seated areas. Online bookings for the Chemflow End and the Your Golf Travel terrace can be made until 4.00 pm this afternoon and tickets can be collected from the complimentary tickets window next to the players’ entrance. Click on
These will be open from 5.00 pm today and supporters can watch the Champions League match between CSKA Moscow and Man City on TV screens (5.00 pm kick-off). Unfortunately, we are unable to welcome Plymouth fans into the bar areas.
for more details. announcementBeer drinkers are in for a treat tonight with Hogsback Brewery’s AVB Damson in Distress (5 per cent) among a choice of ales. Labelled as “smooth roasted flavours up front with damson and dark fruit in the finish”, this ale will be available tonight and for the Tranmere game on Saturday. Upham Punter will be served in the back bar tonight with London Pride in the main bar. Chelsea versus Maribor (7.45 pm kick-off) will be shown on TV screens in the bars. Bars Manager Mat Ansell has received hundreds of entries for our “Name the ale competition”, but any more ideas will be gratefully received. Please view our previous
This is available at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages and it’s packed with news, features and interviews. Dannie Bulman, who returns to the squad after suspension tonight, is the subject of our player interview and he recalls being a ball-boy at Plough Lane as a child. WDON commentator Rob Cornell also provides another of his interesting behind-the-scenes features.
Man of the Match presentation
This will be made shortly after the final whistle with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.