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Dons v Pools match details

30 October 2015

Arrangements for game that starts at 2 pm

The Dons will be aiming to make it three league wins in a row for the first time since September, 2013, tomorrow and tickets are still available to cheer on Neal Ardley’s men.

We have a limited number of seat tickets remaining, plus availability in terraced areas for the visit of Hartlepool United, which is a 2.00 pm kick-off.

For those who want to watch the Dons, but still catch all the action from the Rugby World Cup Final, we will be showing it live in all our bars from 4.00 pm.

Tickets will be available to buy on the day for the terraces, but it may be worth booking in advance if you wish to snap-up a seat ticket. 

Click on Hartlepool Tickets to book online.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:


The Paul Strank Stand is sold out, but we still have a limited number of seat tickets available in the John Green Stand. Terrace tickets are also available in the Your Golf Travel terrace and the Chemflow End. Click on  Hartlepool Tickets  to book online. You can buy in advance until 10.00 am tomorrow morning and collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.

Bars and Catering

The bars will be open earlier than usual at 11.00 am due to the 2.00 pm kick-off and there’s plenty of incentive to make a day of it. Chelsea versus Liverpool will be shown live from 12.45 pm on TV screens and after the game supporters can stay on to watch the Rugby World Cup Final (4.00 pm kick-off). The match between New Zealand and Australia will be shown in all three bars and they will be staying open indefinitely. 

Wimbledon Brewery’s Plough Lane Ale will be served in both bars.   to view details of changes we have implemented to ensure better quality products are served on a match day. We will be pleased to welcome Hartlepool United supporters into the bar areas.Bars ArticleHogsback TEA makes a return as the guest ale in the back bar and Elgood’s Cambridge IPA (4.7 per cent dark) will be featuring as our guest ale in the middle bar. Click on  


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.

Club Shop

This will be open from 11.30 am until 1.45 pm before the game tomorrow and after the match until 4.30 pm.

Forest Green Rovers FA Cup tie

Following on from our announcement  about reduced ticket prices for the FA Cup tie against Forest Green Rovers, supporters can buy tickets at tomorrow’s game. From 12 noon, season ticket holders can purchase tickets from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Following the match, supporters will be able to buy from the complimentary tickets window in Jack Goodchild Way. Tickets are also available to purchase for the away matches at Portsmouth and Leyton Orient with the same arrangements as above.

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. Click on  Your AFC Wimbledon  for more information.

Match programme

There’s plenty of interesting articles in tomorrow’s programme, priced at £3 for 68 pages. A feature by Rob Cornell about “The Crazy Gang” night at the club is included, along with an in-depth write-up on the Minithon. AFC Wimbledon Sports Scientist Jason Moriarty offers the inside track on getting the best out of the players after two successive away wins in five days. There’s also a new stadium update from Chief Executive Erik Samuelson.

Cake sale

A selection of sweet treats will be available to buy at tomorrow’s match outside the entrance to the Paul Strank Stand for a small donation.

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