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Cheer on Dons v Wycombe

17 April 2015

Tickets still left to get behind the Dons

Neal Ardley’s men aim to build on a creditable result at Plymouth by putting a dent in Wycombe’s promotion ambitions tomorrow and we still have tickets remaining to cheer on the Dons.

It is honours even so far between Wimbledon and Wycombe this season with Gareth Ainsworth’s side winning the league match at Adams Park, but the Dons emerged triumphant in an FA Cup second round clash at the same venue.

The picture above shows the moment when Sean Rigg struck that vital FA Cup winner to earn a memorable third round tie against Liverpool.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other details about tomorrow’s match:


  to book online. Though we have experienced good ticket sales, we expect that tickets will be available to buy on the day.Wycombe TicketsThe Paul Strank Stand is sold out, but we have a limited number of tickets remaining in the Nongshim Stand. Terrace tickets are also available in the Your Golf Travel section and the Chemflow End. To guarantee a ticket, you can book online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Click on 


.Bars Update These will be open from 12 noon and we are able to welcome Wycombe Wanderers supporters into the bar areas. We will be showing the live TV match between Wolves and Ipswich, along with Chelsea versus Man United, in the bars. We have a great selection of ales available at tomorrow’s game. For more details of drinks available, click on


  Packed with news, features and interviews, tomorrow’s offering is priced at £3 for 68 pages. An in-depth focus on the recent Volunteers’ Away Day features in the programme, including photographs and interviews with fans that make such a vital contribution to the club. There is also an academy focus on four pre-scholars with high hopes of following in the footsteps of Will Nightingale and Ryan Sweeney.


This will be restricted once again due to a meeting at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre. However, the scale of this meeting is not at the same level of the last athletics meeting, which coincided with our home game against Oxford United. We recommend arriving early if you wish to make use of parking at the club.

Tickets for Wycombe fans

The away allocation is now sold out and Wycombe Wanders have been informed that tickets will not be available to buy on the day. If any away fans are found to be in home areas during the game they will be ejected immediately.

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