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18 January 2017

All sorts of items up for grabs via online fundraising page

We've already received plenty of bids for great items on AFCbay – and all funds raised go to YOUR club.

A shirt worn by former Dons striker Gary Alexander  , who played a vital part in AFC Wimbledon’s survival in 2012/13, is among the items up for grabs, along with a   match-worn signed shirt.Jon Meades 

Shorts worn by Alfie Egan are also on AFCbay and there's a treat for those who like old Wimbledon FC memorabilia with programmes and posters from days gone by.  

  http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/afcbayThe AFCbay page is at    .

 There are plenty of other non-football items that you can also bid for, including the following:

Signed footballs -

Programmes -

Signed posters -

DVD box sets -

Retro grames -

Books -

Badges -

Bicycle bells (with a womble) -

Money raised from this fundraising initiative could help us be more competitive at the higher level.

You don’t have to buy to help. We need supporters to donate items, using the details below.

If you have unwanted items at home – anything at all, it doesn’t have to be football-related – you can now donate them to the club.

All you have to do is:

 • Photograph your item and email it to: AFCbay@afcwimbledon.ltd.uk  .

• We will then get back to you after reviewing the item(s) and let you know if it has been accepted.

• If your item(s) are accepted you will need to bring the item(s) to the Cherry Red Records Stadium (no collection available).

• We will then list the item(s) and the money raised will go directly to the Football club (after Ebay fees have been paid).

Please note: we will not be selling items on behalf of individuals, all proceeds will go to AFC Wimbledon.


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