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Match details for Charlton

10 February 2017

Tomorrow is our annual PCUK Fundraiser

Neal Ardley’s men will be aiming to repeat the impressive home display that earned victory against Oxford when Charlton visit tomorrow and tickets are still available to cheer on the Dons.

A limited number of tickets in the RyGas terrace are available to watch Wimbledon’s first home league game for almost a month.

Please note that this is an all-ticket match with tickets only available to Season Ticket holders, DT members, shareholders and those already on the fans’ register.

Tomorrow is our annual Prostate Cancer UK fundraising day with supporters invited to donate to this vital cause.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match details for Charlton:

Tickets

  for the RyGas terrace. There will be returns available in the John Green Stand and Paul Strank Stand and we will make these available later on (please keep an eye on the official website for an update).onlineThose supporters eligible to attend tomorrow’s game can still purchase tickets 

Bars

These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow with supporters welcome to get here early and watch the early televised game between Arsenal and Hull City (12.30 pm kick-off). The early evening match between Liverpool and Spurs will also be shown on TV screens in the bars from 5.30 pm. We are sorry but Charlton Athletic supporters will be unable to use the bars.

PCUK Day

On Saturday we will be holding our annual collection day for Prostate Cancer UK with an opportunity for supporters to donate to this important cause.

Look out for Prostate Cancer UK representatives around the Cherry Red Records Stadium on Saturday. Thanks to your generosity PCUK are able to raise vital funds to help stop the most common cancer in men from being a killer.

 As well as welcoming the EFL’s official charity partner to the ground and making a contribution, Dons supporters can also show their support by to signing up for the Prostate Cancer UK and the EFL’s Football to Amsterdam bike ride. Sign up at http://prostatecanceruk.org/football .website. For more information about doing your bit for Prostate Cancer, visit the

Programme

Packed with features, interviews, and news from around the club, tomorrow’s edition is available to buy at the usual price of £3. Paul Robinson is the subject of our first-team interview and the latest instalment of our series on volunteers features Laurence Lowne, who talks about his 40 years serving the club. There’s plenty of match photographs in the programme too, including a picture special from the FA Youth Cup tie at Preston.

Away tickets

Supporters can buy tickets for the away games at Shrewsbury, Gillingham and Bolton at tomorrow’s game. You can buy before the game from the complimentary tickets window and from the same place for a spell afterwards.


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