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Help set a world record

18 March 2016

Latest batch of tickets set for release for #FM100

Supporters are being invited to guide AFC Wimbledon to glory as part of a Football Manager world record attempt.


Our sponsors at Sports Interactive have teamed up with the National Football Museum and Guinness World Records to give you the chance to take part in an official world record bid.


The challenge is for 100 different managers to play a single game of FM over 100 days – talk about the ‘revolving door’ of managers!


We can exclusively reveal the third batch of tickets for our 100 managers in 100 days project is going live today at 12pm. This batch is for 2 weeks between Saturday 26 March – Friday 8 April.


After 31 managers and despite some notable Championship level scalps along the way, like the dramatic extra time win over Fulham in the Capital One Cup, none of our managers have been able to do what Neal Ardley will hopefully be doing this season – in getting AFC Wimbledon promoted to League 1.


However, they are currently looking good for a play-off push in 2019, so fans are needed to help get the side flying up the leagues! link for the ticket sale is - 


Taking the helm at AFC Wimbledon, each manager will have one day to bring in their tactics, sign players and push on as far as they can throughout the season.


Each of these players will not only be proving their worth as a manager, but will also be part of an official Guinness World Record: ‘Most Contributions To A Save File on a Video Game’.


As well as being part of an official world record attempt, each player will be given their own official cover of Football Manager 2016, with their face on the front. It doesn’t end there! At the end of the 100 days, one manager will be picked at random to appear as a ‘newgen’ in Football Manager 2017.


You will need to be able to get to the National Football Museum in Manchester to play for a minimum of 45 minutes. Supporters are, of course, welcome to stick around for longer than that.


It all started on Friday 12 February when AFC Wimbledon’s mascot, Haydon the Womble attended as a special guest.


If you can’t make it to the National Football Museum to take part, you can follow all the action on Twitch and Twitter, using #FM100.

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