Tickets still left to cheer on the Dons
AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to extend a fine recent run in the league when Wycombe Wanderers visit tomorrow and tickets are still available for this match.
With both sides in the top half of League 2, it promises to be another keenly-contested battle and Dons manager Neal Ardley will be aiming to get the better of his old pal Gareth Ainsworth, who is still a favourite with Wimbledon supporters.
The picture above shows Barry Fuller getting in a block during the 1-0 home win against Wycombe in August, 2013, which was his home debut for the Dons.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
to buy from our online ticket shop. Advance tickets can be purchased until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.Wycombe TicketsThis is not an all-ticket match and supporters will be able to buy on the day from the terraces. There is currently availability in the Chemflow End and Your Golf Travel terrace. Click on
AFC Wimbledon Ladies and Girls Day
We will tomorrow welcome AFC Wimbledon Ladies and Girls at tomorrow’s match against Wycombe Wanderers – and you can help them raise funds for two vital causes.
As part of a designated day for the Ladies and Girls section, players and staff will be doing a collection to help purchase a defibrillator for Archbishop Tenison’s School, home of the development and girls teams.
The collection will also raise funds for the charity Momentum, which is supported by Haydon the Womble.
Remembering Brian Lomax
Shortly before kick-off, there will be a minute’s applause in memory of Brian Lomax, who died earlier this month. Brian was instrumental in setting up Supporters Direct, and it was with his encouragement that the Dons Trust and AFC Wimbledon were established. A tribute to Brian’s achievements will be in tomorrow’s match day programme.
The bars will be open from 12 noon on Saturday for you to enjoy a pre-match drink and take in the early Premier League kick-off on TV screens. Watford take on Man United from 12.45 and you can also stay on after the Wycombe game to watch Manchester City v Liverpool (5.30 pm kick-off).
The middle bar will shut at around half-time of the latter match, but supporters can watch the game in the Presidents Lounge or the back bar. We have a great selection of drinks available, including a guest ale in the middle bar made by Hydes Brewery called Alsace. Hogsback Tea will be served in the middle bar with Plough Lane Ale in both bars.
Wycombe supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas.
A great selection of interviews, features and news from around the club is in tomorrow’s programme. An interview with Ben Wilson on extending his loan stay at the club is included, along with a great feature with our Foundation team called “A Day in the Office”. A Wimbledon favourite from the 1980s also talks about the club’s rise as Mark Morris – nicknamed “Guppy” recollects those great times.
Leyton Orient tickets
Wimbledon’s next away game is at Orient on Saturday 28 November. Supporters can buy tickets for this match after tomorrow’s game from the complimentary tickets window.