Plenty going on at the club tomorrow
AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to end their fourth successive season in the Football League with a victory that would make it 10 games unbeaten at home and tickets are still left to cheer on the Dons.
We have had good ticket sales for the final game of 2014/15 at home to Cheltenham, but we still have availability in the Your Golf Travel terrace.
The picture above shows Jack Smith receiving congratulations from team-mates after his last-gasp winner versus York and the Dons will be hoping to celebrate another home victory tomorrow.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match day details:
to buy now. Supporters can buy in advance until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Tickets for the Your Golf Travel terrace are expected to be available on the day.Cheltenham TicketsThe Paul Strank and Nongshim Stand are both sold out, along with the Chemflow End. However, we still have tickets left in the YGT terrace. These can be purchased in advance from our online ticket shop. Click on
All the bars will open from 12 noon tomorrow and supporters can watch two Premier League football matches either side of the Dons versus Cheltenham. Leicester v Newcastle will be shown on TV screens from 12.45 pm with Man United v West Brom from 5.30 pm. Ales available will be Hogs Back TEA in the back bar with Plough Lane Ale and Black Sheep’s Holy Grail in the middle bar. All bars will be staying open indefinitely to make the most of the final day this season. Cheltenham supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas.
Fixture dedicated to “Know the Score”
Players will be wearing T-shirts during the pre-match warm-up as part of a campaign organised by the AFC Wimbledon Foundation. This fixture is dedicated to supporting the Bowel Cancer charity and the message it delivers with the aim of encouraging more people to get tested.
The victorious AFC Wimbledon ladies first-team will be doing a lap of honour at half-time after winning the Surrey Women’s Cup recently. AFC Wimbledon Girls U-13s will also be presented to the crowd after winning the Surrey Girls Premier League title for a third successive season. Sports Therapist Amy Todd and her cheerleaders will be doing a display, providing the weather is dry, and new AFC Wimbledon academy recruits will be introduced to supporters by Mark Robinson.
As we announced earlier this week, parking will be severely restricted at Saturday’s match with the Weir Archer Academy staging an open day at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre. Priority for remaining parking spaces at the Cheltenham game will be for our own disabled supporters and club players and staff. We strongly recommend arriving early for parking, making use of nearby residential areas, or using public transport to get here.
Packed with news, features and interviews, your final-day match day programme is available at the usual price of £3 for 72 pages. Tomorrow’s offering features an interview with club photographer Paul Willatts, who has decided to take a step back from being our snapper, a role he first started in 1977. Under-18s manager Mark Robinson and Senior Professional Development Lead Coach Alan Reeves are interviewed after a season of progress for young players coming through the ranks. Michael Hamilton also tells us why it is an exciting time for the AFC Wimbledon College Academy.
Season Ticket renewals
for more details.announcementST holders who wish to guarantee the same seat or place for 2015/16 must hand in renewal forms before 5.30 pm tomorrow. Please see our earlier
Player of the Year awards
The awards for Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year, along with the WDON accolade, will all be made after the Man of the Match presentation has taken place in the middle bar.
The only honour to be presented before the game will be the Junior Dons Player of the Year, which will be made at approximately 2.55 pm on the pitch after the players have come out.
Match day raffle
Two fantastic mementoes from the Dons versus Liverpool are up for grabs tomorrow. A signed, framed photograph of Bayo Akinfenwa starting his celebrations after scoring in the FA Cup match against is one of the prizes. The other prize on offer is a framed match day programme, signed by Bayo and Steven Gerrard. Look out for raffle ticket sellers around the ground on Saturday with tickets available at £1 each. All proceeds will be donated to the We Are Wimbledon Fund. The draw will be made and announced at half-time.