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Matchday arrangements

2 April 2015

Go on-line for tickets Dons fans

Wimbledon go on the hunt for points this Easter weekend, starting with a visit from Bayo Akinfenwa’s (pic) former club Northampton Town to the Cherry Red Records Stadium tomorrow.

The Dons, boosted by the return of manager Neal Ardley after a successful hip operation, will be looking for a much improved performance against the Cobblers. Northampton, under Chris Wilder, are just four points off the play-off places and beat Wimbledon 2 -0 back at the start of November last year.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:


as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. on-line AFC Wimbledon fans are urged to get

All seat tickets are sold-out in the Paul Strank and Nongshim Stands and there is limited availability in the ChemFlow End, although there is more space on the Your Golf Travel Terrace.


There’s plenty of opportunity to take in the new Plough Lane Ale (PLA) and re-live the story of this season so far on the big screens.

Opening times for Friday will be 12 midday throughout. The back bar will be shutting at 6pm, however the middle bar and the Presidents Lounge will be staying open indefinitely so people can really start to enjoy the long weekend.

Ales available are Boxsteam’s Chuffin’ Ale and PLA in the main bar with the Hogsback Brewery’s Surrey Nirvana in the back bar.


The AFC Wimbledon club shop has received a fresh stock of Admiral home kits and these will be on sale at Friday’s match.

The club shop will be open from 12.15 pm until 2.45 pm on Friday and for 30 minutes after the game.


Packed with news, interviews and features, this is available at the usual price of £3. Tom Beere is the subject of our player interview.

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