Tickets left to cheer on the Dons
Wimbledon will be aiming to get off the mark for 2015 with a bang by ending their barren run against Accrington Stanley and tickets are still left to get behind the Dons.
Exciting prospect Craig Tanner became Neal Ardley’s fifth January signing yesterday and the new-look Dons will be aiming to earn a first win for AFC Wimbledon against Accy since returning to the Football League.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
to book online.Accy TicketsClick on The Paul Strank Stand is sold out, but a limited number of seat tickets are still available for the Nongshim Stand. Tickets are also still remaining in the Chemflow End and the Your Golf Travel terrace. Advance tickets can be booked online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way and not the complimentary ticket office.
Disruption to rail services
Engineering works have caused disruption for train journeys in the Wimbledon area during January and this will continue tomorrow. There will be no services to Norbiton station, and all services in the Wimbledon area will be suspended, from Kingston, Surbiton and Chessington South to Clapham Junction. There will be replacement bus services, but journey times will be considerably longer.
.http://www.southwesttrains.co.uk/wimbledonengineering.aspxA possible option for supporters travelling on the train from central London to Wimbledon is to get a taxi to the Cherry Red Records Stadium. From Wimbledon to the Cherry Red Records Stadium involves a fare of just over £20 and sharing with friends will keep costs down. To check the current situation with trains visit:
Help Bring the Dons Home
for more information. http://bringthedonshome.org/If you haven't yet sent in a letter to Merton Council in support of the club's bid for a new stadium then a team of volunteers will be on hand tomorrow to help you do so. Volunteers will be in the middle bar from 1.00 pm to compile letters that will be sent online to the council before the deadline of 2 February. Alternatively, visit
.Bars UpdateThese will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and Accrington supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. For drinks available and other information, click on
Boys from the Backroom
.Your AFC WimbledonTickets for this fun event starring “Bayzo”, Simon Bassey, Stuart Douglas and Jason Moriarty will be available before tomorrow’s match from the Dons Trust table next to the booth in Jack Goodchild Way. For more information about this event, including how to buy tickets online, click on
Packed with news, interviews and features, this is available at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages. Sean Rigg is the subject of our player interview and he talks about his days leading the line for Bristol Rovers alongside England international Rickie Lambert. Development coach Alan Reeves also tells us why he thinks Will Nightingale could be a future captain of the club.
We wish to make a request for season ticket holders to let us know if they cannot attend Saturday’s match against Accrington Stanley so that we can make their tickets available to other fans.
Please inform the club if you are a ST holder planning to miss tomorrow's game by e-mailing us firstname.lastname@example.org .