Play-off final memorabilia up for grabs will raise vital funds
Fourteen years ago we played our first game at Sutton United. Next month, we play our opening League One fixture at Walsall - it's an amazing story!
You can get your hands on historic memorabilia by visiting our excellent AFCbay auction page with all funds raised donated to the club.
to bid.Signed ShirtBidding is already gathering pace for new items, including a 2016 play-off final shirt signed by all the players after promotion glory. Click on
to make a bid.AFCbayAlso available from the big day in May is a Wembley programme signed by players and management. Visit
for a chance to make a bid.pageNeal Ardley’s training jacket is attracting early interest and you can visit the action
More items have been added recently - training kit from assistant manager Neil Cox, physio Stuart Douglas and former Dons left-back Callum Kennedy. Away kit used by popular midfielder Jake Reeves and former centre-back Andy Frampton is also up for grabs.
In just under a month, the 2016/17 season gets underway, excitement is building for AFC Wimbledon’s campaign in English Football League One and money raised from this fundraising initiative could help us be more competitive at the higher level. All funds raised will be donated to YOUR club.
We need supporters to donate items, using the details below.
If you have unwanted items at home – anything at all, it doesn’t have to be football-related – you can now donate them to the club.
All you have to do is:
.AFCbay@afcwimbledon.ltd.uk • Photograph your item and email it to:
• We will then get back to you after reviewing the item(s) and let you know if it has been accepted.
• If your item(s) are accepted you will need to bring the item(s) to the Cherry Red Records Stadium (no collection available).
• We will then list the item(s) and the money raised will go directly to the Football club (after Ebay fees have been paid).
Please note: we will not be selling items on behalf of individuals, all proceeds will go to AFC Wimbledon.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/afcbay The AFCbay page is at .