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Vital cause at Pompey game

20 March 2015

Match arrangements including details of PCUK day

Wimbledon host Portsmouth tomorrow in a match both sides will be desperate to win, but it’s also an important day off the pitch too with the club supporting Prostate Cancer UK.

As part of our annual PCUK match day, there will be bucket collections around the ground to support this important cause of the Football League’s official charity partner.

Through its “Men United” movement, PCUK has raised awareness about this disease and launch events at football matches are paramount to reaching its target audience.

 There is plenty of incentive to stick around after the game too with Tony Jameson’s “Football Manager Ruined My Life” stand-up show starting in the back bar at 7.00 pm.

We still have terrace tickets remaining for tomorrow’s all-ticket game versus Pompey and below is a summary of match arrangements.


At the current time of writing, we still have tickets left for the Chemflow End and the Your Golf Travel terrace. The Paul Strank Stand and Nongshim Stand are both sold out.

The match versus Portsmouth is all-ticket and no tickets will be sold on the day. Supporters are limited to three tickets per applicant.

Tickets can be purchased by:

• Season ticket holders

• Dons Trust members

• PLC Shareholders

• Those who have registered for the Fans’ register

 .Pompey TicketsTo buy online (until 11.00 am tomorrow morning), click on 


These will open at 12 noon. The ales will be Plough Lane Ale and Chuffin ale in the main bar and Hogs Back Surrey Nirvarna in the back bar. We will be showing the Man City versus West Brom game in all bars (12.45 pm kick-off)

We will be showing the England v France Six Nations match in all bars. The main bar will close straight after the rugby for a function, but the back bar will stay open. Unfortunately, we are unable to welcome Portsmouth supporters into the bar areas.

Stand-up comedy show

  for more details.Comedy ShowPlenty of supporters will identify with comedian Tony Jameson’s “Football Manager Ruined My Life” comedy show and there’s an opportunity to watch his hilarious stand-up routine after the game tomorrow (back bar from 7.00 pm). Click on 


The partnership between Prostate Cancer UK and The Football League aims to reach over 16 million fans across the terraces up and down the country, raising awareness of the disease which affects one in eight men sometime in their life and kills over 10,000 men a year. Dons fans can donate to this valuable cause tomorrow by looking out for bucket collections around the ground.


On sale at the usual price of £3 for 68 pages, tomorrow’s edition features an update from Erik Samuelson on AFC Wimbledon’s bid for a new stadium at Plough Lane. The programme is also packed with other club news and features including “125 years of the Dons”.

Back the Dons at 6/4 to win

  .Your AFC WimbledonThe Football League’s title partner Sky Bet make the Dons slight favourites to win tomorrow. The Sky Bet Transfer Fund is offering fans around the country a chance to win £250,000 for their club to spend on new players. Supporters can also win a cash prize by collecting tokens through Sky Bet. Betting with Sky Bet earns money for your club. For more information, click on 

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