Bars open at 4.00 pm on Saturday
AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to take a step towards Wembley with a positive result against Accrington Stanley tomorrow and a limited number of tickets are available.
The play-off semi-final first leg is a 7.30 pm kick-off at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Below is a summary of match arrangements for this game.
Tickets are still available to buy for the Your Golf Travel terrace (just £16 for adults). These extra tickets were made available earlier this week after discussions with Accrington Stanley officials.
to buy now or up until 11.00 am tomorrow (depending upon availability). You can collect pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.ticket shopVisit our online
All other areas of the ground are sold out for tomorrow’s game.
All ticket orders which were placed up to and including Tuesday for the home game were despatched by first class post.
Bars and catering
The bars will be opening at 4.00 pm on Saturday and Accrington Stanley supporters will be welcome to join home fans for a drink.
A wide variety of drinks will be available. The middle bar will start off with Plough Lane Ale (PLA) and Everard’s Crown Ale, but this will change quickly to PLA and Sambrook’s Wandle Ale. The back bar will keep its winning combination of PLA and Hogsback’s TEA throughout.
There will be plenty of football shown on TV screens to get you in the mood for our biggest game of the season. From 4.00 pm, Real Madrid’s bid to keep their title hopes alive at Deportivo La Coruna and at 5.30 pm we will be showing the League 1 play-off semi-final between Barnsley and Walsall.
With Wimbledon’s semi-final following on Sky Sports from 7.30 pm, we will be happy to accommodate supporters without a ticket so that they can enjoy the atmosphere. The bars will be staying open until 1.00 am on Saturday night.
There will be tasty treats added to our catering menu on Saturday. As well as the usual burgers, sausages, chips and bacon, there will be a Gloucester Old Spot Hog Roast unit serving Pork baguettes and rolls, all served with sage and onion stuffing and apple sauce.
There’s plenty of incentive to buy an historic match day programme as it marks the club’s first appearance in the play-offs for five years.
Terry Brown, the last manager to guide the Dons to play-off glory, is interviewed and so too is Dave Anderson. There’s also an interesting volunteer feature on the role of Mick Buckley, who has served on the Football Club Board since 2013.
We also include interviews with Under-18 manager Mark Robinson and Development Coach Alan Reeves as they aim to guide the next crop of young talents towards the first-team after a very positive season.
We wish to advise supporters that parking will be severely restricted. A meeting is being held at the nearby Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre and priority parking will be reserved for players, officials, and the Sky Sports team with this match selected for live coverage.
Buy tickets for second leg
leg on Wednesday 18 April. Tickets will also be on sale before tomorrow’s game from the white ticket booth in Jack Goodchild Way and after the game from the complimentary ticket window.ndIt is still possible to buy terrace tickets online for the 2
It will also be possible to book a seat on the Supporters’ coach to Accrington for £20 before the game from both the white ticket booth and the complimentary ticket window and after the game from the complimentary ticket window.