Tomorrow's game is a sell-out
Tomorrow’s match against Bradford City is officially a sell-out with all tickets having been sold to home and away supporters.
It’s a match that pitches together sixth versus third in League One and Neal Ardley’s men will be aiming to make it nine league games unbeaten after an excellent win at Peterborough last Saturday.
Are you a Season Ticket holder not planning to attend tomorrow’s match?
With the match now sold out, ST returns would allow us to make more tickets available for other supporters.
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This week’s offering is packed with news, features and interviews and is on sale at the usual price of £3. The subject of our player interview is Chris Robertson, who talks about finally making his league debut in the win at Peterborough last Saturday. Also featured is a two-page special on the fourth AFC Wimbledon Minithon and as part of our series on the club’s dedicated volunteers, Sharon Armfield talks about her long-serving role as programme seller.
Dons fan Sam Elliott, who writes for the Football League Paper and Non League Paper, is also interviewed and Chief Executive Erik Samuelson talks about the importance of funding our growing AFC Wimbledon Foundation activities kin the community.
Football fun for women
On Saturday our AFC Wimbledon Foundation is offering a great opportunity for women to play football for fun.
The football sessions for over 30s grew in popularity last season with Sky Sports coming down for filming and a team formed to take on other clubs.
The sessions are run by Foundation coach Emma O'Connor before Wimbledon home games for women who fancy a kickabout and Emma will be putting on a session on Saturday at the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre between 12 noon and 1.00 pm.
It’s just £2 per session to get involved. Eemail@example.com to book a place. Alternatively, contact Emma on 07824536545.
Oldham, Millwall tickets, Bury coach
Supporters can buy tickets for the away games at Oldham on 12 November and Millwall on 22 November before and after tomorrow’s game at the complimentary tickets window. Places can also be booked for the supporters’ coach for Oldham and for the FA Cup tie at Bury on Saturday 5 November.
As part of Wimbledon Brewery’s match sponsorship, ale lovers can choose from a variety of locally themed drinks with “Wimbledon Common”, “Wimbledon Tower” and, of course, Plough Lane Ale!
Phoenix Smoked Porter and Copper Leaf Autumn Ale will also be served.
The bars will be open from 12 noon and supporters can watch the early Sky Sports televised kick-off between Sunderland and Arsenal from 12.30 pm. The back bar will be closing at 6.00 pm to get ready for a gig, but supporters can watch the 5.30 pm kick-off between Crystal Palace and Liverpool in the other bars.
We will be pleased to welcome Bradford City supporters into the bar areas.
As we announced yesterday, the pop-up bar will be open tomorrow.
Change in collecting toner cartridges
As fans and Dons Trust members may be aware, the Trust has for a number of years been collecting toner cartridges.
However, in the last few years this hasn’t proven cost effective for the Trust or the AFC Wimbledon Foundation and we have therefore decided to no longer collect cartridges.
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