AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to make it five games unbeaten tomorrow and tickets are still available to cheer on the Dons against Walsall.
The match tomorrow is designated as AFC Wimbledon Ladies & Girls Day and your support, as ever, will be very much appreciated, with this section of our club seeking to continue its recent success story.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements for tomorrow:
All tickets are sold out for the Paul Strank and John Green Stand. However, terrace tickets are still remaining for the Chemflow End and the RyGas terrace. You can order from our online ticket shop up until 11.00 am on Saturday and collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Terrace tickets will be available to buy on the day.
AFC Wimbledon Ladies & Girls Day
Our Ladies & Girls section has 16 teams this season, ranging from Under-10s up to senior level. The ladies first-team are currently top of FA Women’s Premier League South East Division One and are into the second round of the Women’s FA Cup. On the pitch at half-time, U-10 and U-11 players will be showcasing their football skills and the whole section will do a lap of honour. There will be a bucket collection to help provide valuable funds for AFC Wimbledon Ladies & Girls. Your support will be very much appreciated.
Tomorrow’s edition is packed with news, features, and interviews, and is available at the usual price of £3. Find out more about Jimmy Abdou’s eventful career so far, in our main first-team player interview, and George Long also talks about his loan spell at Wimbledon. Included in the programme is a tribute to former Don Jimmy Wright, who died last month at the age of 84.
The bars will open from 12 noon with a wide selection of drinks available to choose from. Supporters can watch the Championship derby match between Barnsley and Leeds from 12.30 pm and after the Dons v Walsall, Liverpool v Chelsea will be shown on TV screens.
Main Bar - Plough Lane Ale, Copper Leaf, Wimbledon XXK
Back Bar - Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon XXK
We will be pleased to welcome Walsall supporters into the bar areas.
Between 25 November and 3 December, the Stonewall Laces Campaign is taking place. Football, as the nation’s favourite sport, has a key leadership role in tackling homophobic, biphobic, and transphobic abuse, and action needs to be taken by all. The EFL has introduced Rainbow corner flags for all 72 clubs as a way for all clubs to come together to demonstrate support for the campaign in a slightly more unusual way. AFC Wimbledon will be using these flags to show the club’s support and our captain will be wearing a Rainbow armband.