Seat tickets available
The Dons will be aiming to extend their winning run to four games tomorrow as they embark on this season’s FA Cup campaign and tickets are still available to cheer on Neal Ardley’s men.
We will be holding a minute's silence for Remembrance Day before the game. We will be having a minute's applause for Brian Lomax at the following home game, against Wycombe Wanderers (Saturday, 21 November).
It was announced earlier this week that Brian had sadly passed away and he was widely recognised for starting the supporter ownership structure in the UK.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
to book online. Forest Green Tickets Seat tickets are available in the John Green Stand and at the front and outer blocks of the Paul Strank Stand. Terrace tickets are also available in the Your Golf Travel terrace and the Chemflow End. Click on
Bars and Catering
Ale lovers attending Saturday’s game will be in for a treat as our partners at Wimbledon Brewery will be launching a new drink.
Named as “Quartermaine IPA” after one of the original owners of the Wimbledon Brewery called William Quartermaine, it will be served as the guest ale in the middle bar on Saturday.
All of the bars will open at 12 noon on Saturday and Forest Green supporters are welcome with the match being back to a 3.00 pm kick-off.
Plough Lane Ale will be served in both bars on Saturday with Hogsback TEA in support in the back bar.
There will be a double bill of Premier League football shown on TV screens in the bars on Saturday. AFC Bournemouth versus Newcastle United will feature from 12.45 pm with Stoke City v Chelsea from 5.30 pm.
Please note that the second match will start in all the bars, but the second half will only be shown in the Presidents Lounge as the other bars will be getting ready for evening functions.
Wimbledon supporters can now buy tasty pies on a match day. Priced at £3, these are available from the tea hut on the corner of the Your Golf Travel Stand and the Chemflow End.
This will be open from 12.15pm until 2.45pm on Saturday and until 5.30pm afterwards.
after the game. Tickets will be available to purchase for the away matches at Portsmouth and Leyton Orient from the complimentary tickets window
Back in Two Ticks
The Dons Trust is urging members to get their votes in for the second round of a crucial vote to sell the Cherry Red Records Stadium. Another thumbs-up from DT members could facilitate a move to a new stadium back at the club’s spiritual home in Merton. Visit the Dons Trust kiosk before or after the match tomorrow to cast your vote.
There’s plenty of interesting articles in tomorrow’s programme, priced at £2 for 40 pages, including Chief Executive Erik Samuelson’s “From The Boardroom” column and the latest “From The Dugout” with manager Neal Ardley.