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Fans guide for Wembley

29 May 2016

Where to drink, travel information, and how to follow the Dons

The map above shows the locations of “fan spaces” for Wimbledon supporters attending tomorrow’s Play-Off Final at Wembley.

  to read this.websiteThis includes food kiosks and bars outside the famous stadium. In addition, the Football League has published the list of allocated pubs for clubs involved in the play-offs. Visit the FL 


as there is planned engineering works on several lines, including the District Line, on Monday. The District Line will be closed between Wimbledon and Earls Court, but check the above link for alternative routes. website Please check the Transport For London (TFL)


  for Wimbledon supporters around the world to find out which broadcasters are providing live coverage in their respective countries. It’s a long list and it shows the appeal of English football and the play-offs.guideThe Football League has published an informative 


 , tickets will be on sale at Wembley on the day. Adult tickets are available at £26, £38 and £60.announcementAs mentioned in our previous 


 . They were there at Manchester in 2011 and hopefully our commentators be delivering a very enthusiastic summary come the final whistle at Wembley!Dons PlayerIf you are not attending the game, our WDON team will be commentating live via 


  page.TwitterKeep up with all the action via our official 


Our squad will be travelling back to the Cherry Red Records Stadium after tomorrow’s play-off final – and we want you to help us celebrate a great season.

Following the game, it will be your chance to congratulate them on a wonderful campaign and, hopefully, a win and promotion to League One.

The exact time will vary according to whether or not there is extra time and post-match interviews etc. But whatever the result, the team will definitely be coming back so do come and join us here.

For those supporters not going to Wembley tomorrow, the bar will be open at the ground tomorrow from 2.30 pm with TV screens showing the game, and an opportunity to stay on to welcome the team back.

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