"Ladies and Girls Day" for game tomorrow
AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to make it three wins out of four in League One tomorrow by getting the better of Shrewsbury and tickets are still available to cheer on Neal Ardley’s men.
We’ve had good ticket sales, but we still have availability in seated and terrace areas.
Due to returns, seat tickets are available in the Paul Strank and John Green Stand.
Tomorrow is AFC Wimbledon “Ladies and Girls Day” with the successful first-team (currently top of FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One) joined by junior teams and coaches as guests of the club.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match details.
ticket shop in advance up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning (subject to availability). Tickets can be collected pre-match from the booth in Jack Goodchild Way.onlineSeat tickets are available for the Paul Strank and John Green Stand. Terrace tickets are also available for the RyGas Stand (just £17 for adults) and the Chemflow End. Terrace tickets are still remaining for the RyGas Stand. You can book from our
for more information. We will be pleased to welcome Shrewsbury supporters into the bar areas.Drinks Menu for more details on this. Due to our partnership with Wimbledon Brewery, we will also be introducing a new exclusive line of ales. Click on announcementThese will be open from 12 noon tomorrow with our new pop-up bar launched ahead of the game. Read our previous
The subject of this week’s player interview is Jon Meades, who pinpoints the reasons for AFC Wimbledon’s progress since he first joined the club almost four years ago. In Chief Executive Erik Samuelson’s programme notes, the club’s stance on the EFL’s Whole Game Solution and the revamped EFL Trophy is discussed. In the latest in our series of interviews with dedicated volunteers, we talk to Gerry Hever from our merchandise team. AFC Wimbledon Ladies and Girls Chairman Dennis Lowndes also pens a feature about the significant progress of the club.
Supporters can buy tickets for the away games at Coventry City (Wednesday 28 September) and Oxford United (Sunday 9 October). Tickets will be on sale before tomorrow’s game from the complimentary tickets window and for approximately 20 minutes afterwards.
We wish to make supporters aware that the authorities are clamping down on illegal parking in areas close to the ground on match days. Parking is available at the club, but we recommend arriving before around 1.30 pm if you wish to park here.