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Sell-out crowd possible

23 December 2015

We recommend booking in advance for Rovers

The club has had high advance ticket sales for our home match against Bristol Rovers and there is the possibility that it could be a capacity crowd.

. Supporters can buy in advance until 11.00 am on 26 December and any remaining tickets will be available on the ticket pageWe therefore strongly advise supporters to book in advance if possible from our  

Lyle Taylor (pictured) fired home a superb double to salvage a draw at Newport County and the Dons will be aiming to build on that against play-off hopefuls Rovers.

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


  to book online. Tickets can be collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Rovers TicketsSeat tickets are currently sold out for the Paul Strank and John Green Stand. We will announce in due course if any returns become available. We still have terrace tickets left, starting at just £16 (Your Golf Travel), and for the Chemflow End. As mentioned above, advance tickets can be purchased until 11.00 am on Boxing Day. Click on 


These will be open from 12 noon on Boxing Day and we will be showing the early kick-off between Stoke City and Manchester United (12.45 pm, Sky Sports). Plough Lane Ale will be served in both bars with Hogsback TEA in the back bar. Ale lovers are in for a treat with Four Chimneys made by Sambrook’s Brewery served in the middle bar. It comes with a roast chocolate aroma and is flavoured with a dry toffee malt finish. Surrey Nirvana will also be available in the middle bar. Bristol Rovers supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas.


Our Boxing Day offering is well worth buying as it is packed with exclusive news and features. Chief Executive Erik Samuelson has a two-page update for us about the new stadium after the club’s planning application for a move back to Merton was approved. There’s also an interview with Lyle Taylor after his two goals at Newport County rescued a valuable point for the Dons. The programme also contains match pictures from Stevenage and Newport County, along with a report of a brilliant win for the Under-18s at Watford.


We would advise arriving early if you wish to park at the ground. Access to the grass car park will be available, weather permitting.

Returns would appreciate season ticket holders letting us know if they are not planning to attend.This will enable us to make returns available for supporters to buy tickets for the game. If you are a season ticket holder not planning to attend the Bristol Rovers game please e-mail    .

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