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Match Details: Buy in advance for all-ticket FA Cup tie

Watch the Dons go in pursuit of a third round place in famous competition

1 December 2017

AFC Wimbledon are aiming to create more magical FA Cup moments in this season’s competition and tickets are available for you to cheer on Neal Ardley’s men in Sunday’s second round tie against Charlton Athletic.

Supporters are reminded that this is an all-ticket match (2.00 pm kick-off) and you must book in advance for this game.

Please have your tickets ready as they will be checked at the top of Jack Goodchild way.

Your support will be greatly appreciated by the boys against a Charlton Athletic side currently flying high in League One. With a narrow 1-0 league loss at the Valley earlier this season, your backing could give Neal Ardley’s men that extra push to book a place in the third round.

Below is a summary of ticket details and other match arrangements for Sunday’s game:


Currently, seat and terrace tickets are available. As this game is all-ticket, you will not be able to buy pre-match on the day. Tickets can be purchased until Sunday at 10.00 am.  If you want to book a seat ticket, it will be worth purchasing soon to guarantee a place.

Tickets are on general sale via our online CRM system. For more on ticket selling arrangements, including how to book using the CRM, please see our previous announcement.


Get here early before the game and sample one of our hot ciders to warm you up before the game. The bars will open from 12 noon with a wide selection of drinks available to choose from.

Ales available in the bars are as follows:

Main Bar - Plough Lane Ale, Copper Leaf, Adnams Broadside

Back Bar – Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common, Adnams Broadside

Hot cider will be available in both bars.

There will be Premier League matches shown on TV screens before and after Sunday’s game. First up, we will be showing the AFC Bournemouth v Southampton (1.30 pm kick-off), followed by Man City versus West Ham (4.00 pm kick-off). Unfortunately, we are unable to welcome Charlton Athletic supporters into the bar areas.


Packed with news, features, and interviews, Sunday’s FA Cup edition is well worth adding to your programme collection. Captain Barry Fuller, who started his career with Charlton, tells us about his promising second career as a coach, but he explains why he’s confident of extending his playing days first. There’s also a volunteer feature on PA announcer and WDON commentator Mikey T, who provides an interesting insight into his long-serving roles.

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The club is hoping to run a supporters’ coach to this match on Tuesday 5 December. If at least 20 supporters book for this, the service will definitely run. You can book a place before Sunday’s match at the complimentary tickets window or for a short time after the game. A final decision will be made on Monday about whether the coach will run or not.

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