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Get behind Dons v Oxford

10 April 2015

Ticket details and other important information

Wimbledon could tomorrow set a club record for a highest points total in a single season since returning to the Football League and there are still tickets left for you to cheer on the Dons.

At the current time of writing, we still have terrace tickets available in the Your Golf Travel section and the Chemflow End for the visit of Oxford United.

The Dons will be bidding for victory against Oxford at the tenth time of asking, but Neal Ardley’s men did earn a point at the Kassam Stadium in November.

Further intrigue is added to this contest with Dannie Bulman (pictured), Alfie Potter and Sean Rigg all set to face their former club, while Danny Hylton and Michael Collins – both on loan with the Dons last season – could be in opposition.

Below is a summary of ticket availability for tomorrow’s match and other important information:


  . The club office will be open until 5.00 today for those who wish to buy in person. Online bookings can be made up until 11 am tomorrow morning and tickets can be collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild ticket shopThe Paul Strank Stand and Nongshim Stand are both sold out at the current time, though tickets could become available through returns. To book terrace tickets for either the YGT or Chemflow End, visit our 


Priority for remaining parking spaces will be for our own disabled supporters and club players and staff. We strongly recommend arriving early for parking, making use of nearby residential areas, or using public transport to get here. This will be severely restricted tomorrow afternoon with the Surrey County Disability Championships taking place at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre.

Richard v Ivor in penalty shoot-out

Dons fan Richard Dorris will be aiming to get the better of our Commercial Director Ivor Heller at half-time of tomorrow’s game.

Richard, a passionate Wimbledon supporter who has a learning disability and attends High Path Day Centre in South Wimbledon, has challenged Ivor to a unique challenge.

.Penalty Challengepage to make a donation by clicking on    Richard will sprint from the half way line and blast the penalty and Ivor will have to run from the corner flag to defend his goal! Richard hopes to raise £500 for Merton Mencap, a charity which supports adults with learning disabilities. Visit Richard’s JustGiving


.Bars UpdateThese will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and Oxford United supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. Two Premier League matches will be shown on TV screens in the bars, starting with Swansea versus Everton from 12.45 pm. A wide selection of ales will be available in the bars. For more information, click on  


This will be available at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages and it is packed with news, interviews and features. An interesting feature this week focuses on long-serving Kit Man Robin Bedford after he signed up to join one of our founder members Marc Jones at the Football League’s London to Amsterdam bike ride, which will raise vital funds for Prostate Cancer UK. Chief Executive Erik Samuelson also provides an insightful article about the correlation between a club’s league position and spending on players’ wages in League 2.

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