Bars open at 11.30 am for earlier kick-off time
AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to extend an impressive home league run against Morecambe tomorrow and tickets are still available to get behind Neal Ardley’s men.
Seat and terrace tickets are currently remaining for a game that kicks off at the earlier time of 2.00 pm.
to book online.Morecambe TicketsThough tickets will be available on the day, it may be worth booking in advance if you wish to purchase a seat ticket. Click on
The picture above shows Ade Azeez getting in a shot as the Dons made it three wins out of four on home turf by beating Barnet.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
and they can be collected from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.online ticket shopA limited number of seat tickets are remaining for the John Green Stand. The Paul Strank Stand is sold out, though returns may become available. Terrace tickets for the Your Golf Travel section and the Chemflow End are also still left. Advance tickets can be purchased until 10.00 am from our
Packed with interviews, features and pictures, tomorrow’s match day offering is well worth buying at £3 for 68 pages. There’s a special feature inside on Safety Officer Phil Clark and his team after they received a coveted award from the police. There’s a nice contrast between turning the clock back and focusing on the future in tomorrow’s programme. Former Dons defender Ben Judge recounts the glory years when he played a key part in the club’s rise and Under-18s midfielder Reece Williams-Bowers tells us all about coming through the academy ranks. One player who has completed a rise up to the first-team, Ryan Sweeney, is also interviewed after representing Republic of Ireland U-19s twice last week.
Signed Crazy Gang books
Wimbledon favourites Dave Bassett and Wally Downes will be signing copies of their new book about the real story of the Crazy Gang before Saturday’s game.
For those not attending Friday night’s book launch at the club, Dave and Wally will be in the middle bar from around 12 noon on Saturday to sign copies of their book.
These will be opening at 11.30 am tomorrow and supporters can catch some of the action from Spurs v Liverpool, which will be shown on TV screens from 12.45 pm. Plough Lane Ale will be served in both bars. Wandle Ale will be served in the middle bar early on and will be replaced by Hogsback TEA later on.
for more information about this event, which raised funds for the AFC Wimbledon Foundation and the Academy.Minithon The third staging of this event takes place this Sunday at Morden Park (12 noon start) and you can enter tomorrow before the game at the Dons Trust kiosk. Click on
“Back in Two Ticks”
Dons Trust members are strongly encouraged to cast their votes this weekend with the deadline looming for the “Back in Two Ticks” campaign.
Tuesday, 20 October, is the final date for sending in proxy votes on the sale of the stadium with members urged to vote ‘yes’ in order to facilitate a return back to Plough Lane.
If you have a paper proxy to deliver, or want to fill in a paper proxy form on the spot at Saturday’s match, visit the Dons Trust kiosk before the match. Alternatively, you can pop into the back bar after the match and a Dons Trust volunteer will be there to assist.
Any Dons Trust members who have not received their invitation to vote, and who cannot make the match on Saturday, should email@example.com.
We can confirm that the supporters’ coach for Accrington Stanley on Tuesday, 20 October, will definitely be running.
There has been sufficient demand to run this service, but there are still places left at just £20 return.
Bookings will be taken at the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way before the match tomorrow and for a short time from the complimentary tickets window after the game.
Alternatively, contact 020 8547 3528 during normal office hours (9.30 am until 5.00 pm) to make a booking.
The coach will leave from opposite South Wimbledon tube station at 11.45 am and from the Cherry Red Records Stadium at 12.15 pm.
Dons Trust Board Elections
The closing date for submissions of nominations for the Dons Trust Board elections is tomorrow at 2.30 pm.
In view of the revised kick-off time for Morecambe (2.00 pm), the following arrangements will be put in place:
- John Dolan, Chair of the Elections Steering Group, will be in attendance at the Dons Trust Cabin at the ground to receive nomination forms from around 12 noon to shortly before kick-off.
- John will also be in attendance at the cabin after the match, from shortly after the final whistle until about 16:30.
- Between 13:45 and final whistle, nomination forms can be left at the club office (via the post box if closed).