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Match details v Bury

10 October 2014

Terrace tickets still on sale for tomorrow

The Dons will be aiming to build on Tuesday night’s excellent JPT win when they host League 2 leaders Bury tomorrow and terrace tickets are still available for this match.

It is well worth making a day of it at the Cherry Red Records Stadium tomorrow as we will be showing a full re-run of the victory at Milton Keynes on TV screens in the bars from 12.30 pm (Barry Fuller is shown saluting Wimbledon's travelling support after the memorable win).

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information about tomorrow.


  . Online tickets may be ordered until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and these can be collected from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. We would appreciate ST holders letting us know if they are planning to miss tomorrow’s match so that we can make these tickets available to other fans. Please e-mail Bury TicketsWe have sold out of tickets for the Paul Strank Stand and the Nongshim Stand. However, we do have availability in the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel terraces. Bookings can be made from our online ticket shop by clicking on 


As mentioned above, the full 90 minutes of Tuesday’s win will be shown on TV screens in the middle and back bars tomorrow from 12.30 pm. The bars will open from 12 noon. Unfortunately, we are unable to welcome Bury supporters into the bar areas.

  to view our previous announcement on this.Dons AleBars Manager Mat Ansell is looking for your ideas to name a new AFC Wimbledon ale, which will be launched soon. Click on  

Walking Football Exhibition

 in the summer and some of this victorious team will be showing off their skills during a match staged at half-time tomorrow. Walking football is on the increase nationwide due to both the physical and social benefits it provides for participants of an older age. AFC Wimbledon’s Community Football Scheme has worked hard to promote Walking Football and numbers for its regular Wednesday evening sessions at Tooting & Mitcham FC have grown significantly.tournamentAFC Wimbledon’s veterans won a  

Dons Trust raffle

The Dons Trust will be holding a match day raffle on Saturday with a great first prize on offer. In a change to our previous announcement, fans can win a signed photograph of Jack Midson’s superb diving header at Milton Keynes in the FA Cup tie from December, 2012. The second prize will be a signed Callum Kennedy number three shirt (yellow away top).

Tickets for the raffle (priced £1 each) will be available before the Bury match and the draw will be made at half-time. Proceeds will go towards the Dons Trust.


Packed with news, interviews and features, the programme will be on sale at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages. A special feature will focus on former AFC Wimbledon scholar Matt Cunnington, who overcame a cardiac arrest to continue playing football and his story is detailed in a new book called The Fear.

Man of the Match presentation

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

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