Boost your club with the We Are Wimbledon Fund
The Dons take on Oxford United tomorrow in a clash between two sides promoted from League 2 last season and we have a limited number of tickets available.
Following matches between the two clubs in the Conference and League 2, it will be the first time AFC Wimbledon have hosted Oxford in a League One match with both clubs having so far acquitted themselves well at the higher level.
attempt in October with Neal Ardley’s men producing one of their best performances of the season in front of the TV cameras.thAFC Wimbledon finally got the better of Oxford United at the 13
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements:
up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collect pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. There is a possibility of seat returns becoming available from this afternoon.onlineAll seated areas are sold out and so too is the Chemflow End. We have less than 200 tickets available for the RyGas terrace. You can order these in advance
We Are Wimbledon Fund Day
There will be bucket collections from 12.30 pm outside the ground for a fundraising initiative that aims to provide a boost to the club’s playing budget.
Collections points will also be situated at the bars and your donations will be greatly appreciated as it all helps to progress your club further.
Sutton tickets collection
for more details.article Supporters can collect tickets before tomorrow’s game from desks adjacent to the Kingsmeadow Athletics Centre. You can collect from 12.30 pm onwards. Please see our previous
The bars will be open from 12 noon with the early televised match between Spurs and West Brom shown live from 12.30 pm.
Plough Lane Ale and Wimbledon Brewery’s Copper Leaf Ale will be served in both the middle bar and the back bar. In addition, Hogsback TEA will be available in the back bar and Adnams Southwold Bitter will be served in the middle bar. Due to a licensing restriction, the pop up bar will not be available for this game.
Following Wimbledon versus Oxford, Leicester versus Chelsea will be shown on TV screens in the bars. We will be pleased to welcome Oxford United supporters into the bar areas.
Tomorrow’s edition is packed with club news, interviews and features. There’s a “From the Boardroom” article with a difference from Erik Samuelson and the subject of our player interview this week is Sean Kelly, who talks about coming through a tough start to his AFC Wimbledon career. We also include a feature on the Junior Dons Christmas Party and there’s an in-depth update from Damian Woodward on the We Are Wimbledon Fund.