AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to build on last Saturday’s victory in the FA Cup, when they return to League One action this Sunday.
Peterborough United are the visitors to The Cherry Red Records Stadium and please note the kick-off time of 2.30pm.
The Dons go into this weekend’s fixture buoyed by a 1-0 victory over last season’s quarter-finalists Lincoln City in the Cup. Lyle Taylor kept up his recent run of good form with an early first-half goal.
If you’re coming to the game, or making plans, below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements for the visit of Peterborough:
Tickets are available in the RyGas Stand and on the Chemflow terrace. These are available by visiting our online ticket shop.
Tickets will remain available to buy online up until 10am on Sunday. You can collect your tickets from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way before kick-off. The turnstiles will open at 1pm.
Bars are opening at 11.30am for the earlier kick off.
Ales available at the bars are:
Plough Lane Ale
and a new ale called Wimbledon XXX
Plough Lane Ale
The bars are open to both sets of supporters, but half-time will be for HOME supporters only.
Sunday’s programme is full of news, views and features and all you need to know about The Posh ahead of the game – all for £3. Darius Charles (pic) features on the front cover and there are interviews with captain Barry Fuller and Jon Meades.
Tickets for away games
Tickets will be available for AFC Wimbledon supporters to buy from the complimentary tickets window before or after Sunday’s game. These will be for the matches at Bristol Rovers (on November 18) and the midweek trip to Oldham Athletic (on November 21).
We will be holding a collection this weekend and if possible we’d really appreciate your generosity.
You may remember a few months ago we asked supporters to vote for two match day collection charities for this season. Fans chose WAY Widowed and Young as one of them.
Their local team of volunteers are really looking forward to meeting as many fans as possible at the match against Peterborough United on Sunday. Look out for them with their buckets - they'll be wearing bright blue hoodies!
WAY is the only national charity in the UK dedicated to supporting people who’ve been widowed at a young age. The charity was set up 20 years ago and now has more than 2,600 members across the UK – including an active local group in South West London.
The match also coincides with Remembrance Sunday, so we hope you’ll take this opportunity to remember lost loved ones with us.
To mark Remembrance Sunday there will be a short ceremony on the pitch before kick-off, at which wreaths will be laid. We will be honouring the memory of Dons fan Marc Wilkinson, who died after being wounded in Afghanistan while serving with the Army.