A summary of match arrangements for tomorrow
Wimbledon will be aiming to extend a four-match unbeaten league run at home to Notts County tomorrow and tickets are still left for you to cheer on the Dons.
Neal Ardley’s men host the Football League’s oldest club in our first League 2 home match for three weeks and the picture above shows George Francomb scoring in the 2-1 win against Exeter City on 29 August.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
Seats - The Paul Strank Stand is sold out and at the time of writing, a limited number of seat tickets are available in the John Green Stand.
Terrace – We still have terrace tickets remaining in the Chemflow End and the Your Golf Travel terrace.
to buy from our online ticket shop.County TicketsTickets can be purchased in advance online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and they can be collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Click on
Alternatively, tickets can be purchased from the club in person until 5.00 pm today or tomorrow at the turnstiles. The match is not all ticket.
Rugby World Cup
With this tournament starting tonight and continuing over the weekend, rail stations (particularly Twickenham, Kingston and Waterloo) will be much busier than usual. It may therefore be worth allowing more time to get to the match if you are travelling by public transport. There will also be road closures around the Twickenham and Whitton area towards the end of Saturday’s game.
There’s plenty of news from around the club in tomorrow’s programme, which is priced at £3 for 68 pages. Lead Youth Phase Coach Michael Hamilton tells us how the academy is nurturing U-16s players to follow in the footsteps of home-grown talents who have broken into the first-team squad recently.
AFC Wimbledon Foundation Sports Development Manager Joe Robertson reports on our thriving Walking Football programme, a format of the game for older players that has grown in popularity. We also feature an interview with former Dons player Chris Gell, who was a vital part of AFC Wimbledon’s success during the early managerial reign of Dave Anderson.
Tickets can be bought online, but you can also purchase tickets after tomorrow’s game from the complimentary tickets window. Tickets for our away game at Oxford United can also be bought at the complimentary ticket window after tomorrow’s game. previously, the match at Luton Town on Saturday, 26 September, is all-ticket for Wimbledon fans.announced As we
There’s plenty of incentive to enjoy a drink in the club bars at Saturday’s game against Notts County with a double bill of Premier League action on TV screens and a wide selection of ales.
The bars will open at 12 noon in plenty of time for the early TV game on BT Sport with Chelsea hosting Arsenal at 12.45 pm. Notts County supporters will be welcomed into the bar areas. Plough Lane Ale will be served throughout in the bars with Hogsback Brewery’s Surrey Nirvana starting out in the middle bar, followed by Sambrook’s Wandle Ale later on.
Following the Man of the Match presentation, Man City versus West Ham will be shown uninterrupted in the back bar as the middle bar will be hosting “The Beat Goes On” – a popular Kingsmeadow Live event.
Man of the Match presentation
This will take place shortly after the match has ended with Commercial Director Ivor Heller interviewing a player or two.
for more information.HospitalityWe still have places left for you to make the most of the match day experience. Click on