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Matchday arrangements

18 March 2016

Plan your Saturday down at the Dons

Neal Ardley’s men will be looking to get their push for a  play-off place back on track when York City visit tomorrow and terrace tickets are still available for you to cheer on the Dons.

 

Both sides will be looking for the win as the Minstermen want to avoid dropping out of the Football League. New loan signings defender Darius Charles (Burton Albion) and striker Rhys Murphy, pictured, (Oldham Athletic) are in contention to make their home debuts for the Dons.

 

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:

 

Tickets

 

  ticket shop . Tickets can be collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.onlineThe Paul Strank Stand and the John Green Stand are sold out. Terrace tickets are also still remaining in the Your Golf Travel section and the Chemflow End. You can book in advance up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning from our  

 

Programme

 

An exclusive interview with Dannie Bulman is in tomorrow’s edition as he tells us how he is still going strong at AFC Wimbledon. There’s also a special feature on the Blue and Yellow Club, who have bought GPS trackers for the first team to use. We also catch up with former Dons midfield stalwart Steve Ketteridge. Packed with interviews, features and news from around the club, it’s well worth buying at £3 for 68 pages.

 

Bars

 

Our bars will be open from 12 noon on Saturday.

Everton take on Arsenal in the televised clash from 12.45 pm and there’s a great selection of drinks available in all the bars. For ale lovers, Hogs Back Brewery’s Farnham White will be served in the back bar, along with Plough Lane Ale (PLA).  The Ales in the main bar are going to be Plough Lane Ale and Sambrooks Red Ale, a light to medium bodied 4.2% Ale that pours clear amber, has a nose of light toffee floral with a dry, biscuity taste.

The early evening kick-off between Swansea City and Aston Villa will be shown after the Accrington game from 5.30 pm, but supporters should note that the back bar will close at 5.30 pm. The main bar will close at 6.30 pm and the Presidents Lounge will stay open indefinitely

We will be pleased to welcome York City supporters into the bar areas.

 

Train disruption

 

We wish to make Wimbledon supporters aware that train travel to Norbiton will be affected by renewal and maintenance works tomorrow.

There will be replacement bus services, but journey times will obviously be considerably longer.

.websiteFor more information, visit the South West Trains 

 

Kick It Out

 

AFC Wimbledon are backing “Kick It Out” this weekend.

This Saturday against York City will be our designated “Kick It Out” day of action as the club supports a national campaign to give racism and discrimination the red card.

Players will wear Kick It Out T-shirts during the pre-match warm-up to support a campaign that has made valuable strides since its inception in 1993.

Our Foundation team have been spreading the word about the event and pupils from Benedict Primary School in Mitcham will be attending Saturday’s match as special guests.

Pupils will take part in a football tournament from 1.30 pm at the nearby Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre, before watching Wimbledon versus York City.

Children will parade the Kick It Out banner at half-time on the pitch to spread the important message about tacking racism and discrimination.

“Kick It Out clappers” are in place for every seat in the John Green Stand for tomorrow’s game. Be sure to make some noise!

 

Foodbank

 

AFC Wimbledon Foundation is supporting the Wimbledon Foodbank, who help people in and around the local area of Merton and Lambeth who are in crisis.

Wimbledon Foodbank relies on donations to feed these people and we are looking to help them out as much as we can. We will be having our own food drop off points starting this Saturday and at upcoming home fixtures, as a way of showing our support to this great charity.

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You will be able to make your donations next to the ticket collection pod at the stadium on Jack Goodchild Way this Saturday.

 

Tickets

 

Tickets for our next home game against Portsmouth on Easter Monday (28 March, 12.45pm kick-off) will be on sale to Dons fans from the ticket collection pod before tomorrow’s game and after from the complimentary ticket window.

 

Supporters coach

 

We are thinking of running a suporters coach for the away game at Hartlepool United on Good Friday (25 March, 3pm kick-off). Bookings can be made at the complimentary tickets window before or after Saturday's game and a final decision whether the coach will run will be made on 22 March.


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