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Match Details: Tickets left to cheer on the Dons v league leaders Wigan

Do your bit to turn Saturday into an extra special Wimbledon occasion

15 December 2017

The Dons will tomorrow be aiming to round off a fantastic week for the club by putting in a good performance against League One leaders Wigan tomorrow.

Terrace tickets are available to show your support for the boys. It will be Wimbledon's first match since the signing of the section 106 agreement paved the way towards a new stadium at Plough Lane – and we want you to help create an extra special blue and yellow occasion!

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

Tickets

All seat tickets are sold out, but we do still have availability for the Chemflow End and the RyGas Stand. You can buy until 11.00 am from our online ticket shop and collect pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Tickets will be available to buy at the turnstiles on the day.

Bars

A wide selection of drinks will be available to choose from in both bars (open from 12 noon) and supporters can watch two live matches on TV screens. Leicester City versus Crystal Palace is the early kick-off from 12.30 pm with Manchester City v Spurs from 5.30 pm.

Ales available are as follows:

Main Bar

Plough Lane Ale

Wimbledon XXK (replaced by Copper Leaf Ale)

Adnams Broadside

Back Bar

Plough Lane Ale

Wimbledon common

Adnams Broadside

We will be pleased to welcome Wigan fans into the bars before the game.

Programme

Don't miss tomorrow's edition! It's a special programme to commemorate the historic news that Wimbledon are coming back to Plough Lane. Club President Dickie Guy sums up his thoughts about watching the Dons play back at our spiritual home, where his goalkeeping feats earned legendary status. There are also views from supporters and Bring The Dons Home, plus Stephen Crabtree writes about the history of Wimbledon's football club and its association with Plough Lane.

Guests of Honour

AFC Wimbledon's first captain Joe Sheerin and Merton Council Leader Stephen Alambritis will be joining diners in hospitality and they will also talk to fans after the game at the Man of the Match presentation.


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