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Dons v York match details

6 March 2015

Kick It Out Day designated at tomorrow's match

AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to extend their unbeaten home run to five matches tomorrow against York City and tickets are still left for you to get behind the Dons.

.Kick It OutThere will be plenty going on tomorrow as this match has been designated as our “Season of Action” fixture in support of Kick It Out. To read more about how the club is doing its bit to tackle racism and discrimination in football, click on 

This match is not all-ticket and tickets will be available on the day.

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

Ticket availability

until 11 am tomorrow morning. These can be collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. online shop A limited number of tickets are remaining in the Nongshim Stand and we also have availability for the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel terrace. Tickets may become available in the Paul Strank stand via returns, but at the moment this area is sold out. Advance tickets can be purchased from our

Bars

The bars will be open from 12 noon and we will be showing the live BT Sport FA Cup tie between Bradford and Reading (12.45 pm kick-off on TV screens). There’s plenty of incentive to arrive early as we will have a great selection of drinks, including a wide choice of ales.

Plough Lane Ale (PLA), Hook Norton Lion and Hogsback England’s Glory will be the ales available for this game in the bars.

The middle bar and back bar will close at 6.00 pm with private functions taking place. However, the early evening FA Cup tie between Aston Villa and West Brom will be shown in the Presidents Lounge with supporters welcome to watch it in there.

York City fans will be welcomed into the bar areas.

Exeter and Mansfield tickets

  for prices and selling arrangements. Please note that the Mansfield match on Tuesday, 17 March, is all-ticket.Mansfield Tickets  and  Exeter TicketsTickets for these two away games can be purchased from the complimentary tickets window after the match tomorrow. Click on 

Programme

Alfie Potter is the subject of tomorrow’s programme interview and he tells us why he chose a return to AFC Wimbledon after interest from several League 2 clubs. Packed with news, interviews and features, the programme is priced at £3 for 68 pages.

Safe Standing campaign

The campaign is being run by The Football Supporters’ Federation.   with a banner at tomorrow’s game.campaignThe club will be supporting this 

Man of the Match presentation

This will take place in the middle bar shortly after the game with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.


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