Tickets still left to cheer on the Dons tonight
AFC Wimbledon’s first home game under the lights is against Scunthorpe United tonight and Neal Ardley’s men will need all your support as they aim for a much-needed win.
Terrace tickets are still available in the RyGas Stand for a match against a team who are expected to challenge for promotion this season and Neil Cox believes great backing from the fans can push his side all the way to that elusive victory.
“It’s a Tuesday game under the lights and I’m sure the atmosphere will be good,” said assistant manager Neil Cox. “The fans have got to get behind us and they’ve done that since we’ve been at the club. The atmosphere the fans created against Bolton was unbelievable. Next it’s Scunthorpe at home and if we can start the game right I am sure they will get right behind us.”
The picture above (taken by Stuart Butcher, Pro Sports Images) shows Andy Barcham receiving congratulations from Lyle Taylor after his great finish against Bolton on Saturday.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other information:
and collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Alternatively, you can pay at the turnstiles, subject to availability. Other areas are sold out.ticket shopTerrace tickets are available in the RyGas Stand. These can be purchased in advance up until 3.00 pm this afternoon from our online
Special offer for Under-18s
One adult attending this match can take up to two Under-18s for FREE in the RyGas terrace.
until 3.00 pm and they are subject to availability. You can collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.ticket shopTickets must be purchased in advance from our online
The bars will be open from 5.00 pm tonight. Strongbow Dark fruit (on draught) proved to be popular after being introduced on Saturday and this will be available again in the middle and back bars. The ales served will be Hogsback’s Surrey Nirvana and Plough Lane Ale in the back bar with Hook Norton’s Old Hooky and PLA in the middle bar.
We will be pleased to welcome Scunthorpe United supporters into the bars tonight.
Tonight’s offering is packed with news, features and great photographs. There’s an update from Chief Executive Erik Samuelson about what happens next with our new stadium bid and the subject of our first-team interview is Tom Elliott, who believes his second season with the Dons can still be successful. There’s also a special feature titled “A Womble Down Under” with Rob Smith talking about his love for the Dons and his successful fanzine. The programme is available at £3 for 74 pages.
to view prices for this match.TicketsSupporters can buy advance tickets for our next away game from the complimentary tickets window after tonight’s match (for around 20 minutes). Click on