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Buy online until noon and save for the Dons trip to Kent

29 December 2017

Club News

Buy online until noon and save for the Dons trip to Kent

29 December 2017

AFC Wimbledon travel to MEMS Priestfield Stadium tomorrow, for their last League One match of 2017 against Gillingham (kick-off 3pm).

You can be there to cheer on Neal and the team, as they look to end the year with three points and step into 2018.

Barry Fuller, Deji Oshilaja, Andy Barcham and in-form striker Cody McDonald will all be looking to line up against their former club, with all four having made a strong impression on a passionate home support during their stay with the Gills.

Deji and Cody (pictured) both made the switch from Gillingham to Wimbledon in the summer.

Tickets for Wimbledon fans can be purchased for a small discount online, by visiting our shop up until midday. Tickets will be available to buy on the day for cash only, but there will be an increase of £2.

Dons fans will be accommodated in the seated, but uncovered Brian Moore Stand.

Prices in advance are:

Adults - £20

Over-65s - £16

Under-18s and students - £6

All prices raise by £2 on the day of the game.

There are a number of front-row designated disabled/wheelchair spaces available for visiting supporters, who should contact Gillingham’s disability liaison officer Ben Reeves in advance for details on 01634 300000.

Coach travel

The supporters coach will leave from opposite South Wimbledon tube station at 11.30am tomorrow morning and from The Cherry Red Records Stadium at 12 noon.

The price is £15 and places on the coach can be reserved by contacting the club office on 0208 547 3528 between 10am and 2pm today.

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