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Dons v Shrewsbury: Buy tickets on the day

Watch Wimbledon get the home league campaign underway

11 August 2017

Tickets are still available to cheer on Neal Ardley's men tomorrow as they aim to start the 2017/18 home league campaign with a bang.

The Dons host Shrewsbury (3.00 pm kick-off) bidding for a first victory of the campaign after encouraging displays against Scunthorpe and Brentford.

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


The Chemflow terrace is sold out, but we still have a limited number of tickets for seated areas in the Paul Strank and John Green Stand. These tickets can be purchased on the day pre-match. Terrace tickets are also available for the RyGas Stand.


These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow and there's plenty of incentive to get here early before the game with a wide selection of drinks available and TV screens showing live Premier League football. There will also be off sales of our new Wimbledon 1889 Lager, which was launched recently. We will be pleased to welcome Shrewsbury supporters into the bar areas.

Drinks available in the middle bar and back bar are as follows: Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common Ale, Adnams Southwold.

Wimbledon 1889 Lager

There will be off sales of the new Wimbledon 1889 bottled lager at the following prices:

1 Bottle = £2.50

6 Bottles = £15.00

Case of 24 =£54.00

The Watford versus Liverpool game will be shown on TV screens (from 12.30 pm) with the Brighton v Man City (5.30 pm kick-off).


Our new-look programme is available at £3 and it include an exclusive, in-depth, interview with our new keeper George Long. All the usual features are contained, including Erik's programme notes, plus an interview with hard-working volunteer Jill Stratton.


With no trains stopping at Norbiton station from now until 28 August 2017, we are advising supporters to allow extra time to travel to the game.

Supporters travelling in by train should use alternative nearby stations, including Kingston and New Malden, and then either walk or get a bus. The 131 bus (from Kingston bus station, next to train station) or from New Malden roundabout (by the Fountains Pub) stops right outside the ground. It is about a 20-25 minute walk from both train stations to the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

There will be a direct but limited service to New Malden from Waterloo, via Clapham Junction. Trains will also be running to Kingston, but less frequently than normal.

For a full timetable of trains during the spell from 5-28 August, visit the South West Trains website. Visit the Transport for London website for more travel advice.

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