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Match details: Southend

24 March 2017

Arrangements for tomorrow's sell-out home game

AFC Wimbledon face a stern test of their home league form when Southend United visit The Cherry Red Records Stadium tomorrow afternoon, 3pm kick-off.

The Dons have only lost once, to Northampton a fortnight ago, since defeat to Bradford City at the end of last October.

The Shrimpers, however, visit occupying the last of the play-off places in League One and Wimbledon will be keen to avenge their 3-0 Boxing Day defeat at Roots Hall.

There are no tickets left for Saturday’s game and match arrangements for the game are as follows:

Tickets –

Remaining tickets left in the RyGas Stand for AFC Wimbledon supporters were sold this morning and the match is now a sell-out.

  so that we can make returns available to an eye on the club’s social media platforms to see if any returns become available for the game. If you are unable to attend the game, please e-mail  

Bars –

For Saturday’s match, we will have the following ales available in the main bar and back bar:

Wimbledon Plough Lane, Wimbledon Common then replaced by Wimbledon Tower and Adnams Southwold.

Southend United supporters are welcome in all the bars.

Dementia awareness –

AFC Wimbledon will on Saturday be staging a Dementia Awareness Day to coincide with the home game against Southend United.

With Wimbledon legends Roy Law and Tommy McCready having both passed away due to dementia, the club is fully aware of the importance of supporting this cause.

Roy’s wife Yvonne, who is a Season Ticket holder in the Paul Strank Stand, will be helping with the bucket collections at Saturday’s game and we are proud to support this charity

Programme –

An interview with striker Lyle Taylor features in tomorrow’s matchday programme, on sale for just £3. Steward Leigh Rumbelow is the subject of our regular volunteer’s feature, plus there is the view “From the Boardroom” with Chief Executive Erik Samuelson and “From the Dugout” with manager Neal Ardley – along with all the regular news and features from around the club.

Minute’s silence –

As a mark of respect to those who have lost their lives in this week’s tragic attacks, the EFL requests that all clubs hold a minute’s silence this weekend and we shall be observing this.

Away tickets –

Tickets for the forthcoming away fixtures at Swindon Town and Bradford City will be on sale to AFC Wimbledon supporters.

These can be purchased from the complimentary tickets window before the game and for twenty minutes after the match.

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