AFC Wimbledon on Saturday return to Adams Park for a first competitive match at the venue since April 2016 and your support for the boys at a difficult time will be greatly appreciated.
This League One match is not all-ticket and you can pay on the day to get behind the Dons, but there's still time to buy in advance. Tickets are available from our online ticket shop until 2.00 pm on Friday.
In past visits to Adams Park, the team has been roared on by a sizeable Dons following - and that's helped earn one or two stand-out victories.
There was a memorable win in Wimbledon's last competitive fixture at the venue with a 2-1 victory on 2 April 2016 helping the Dons to promotion.
Take a look at the link below to watch Sean Rigg's valuable winner in the Emirates FA Cup back in December 2014 - and the reaction of our travelling army behind the goal!
Dons fans will be accommodated in the covered and seated Lords Builders Merchant Stand at the east end of the ground. This is unreserved seating.
Prices in advance
- Adults £20
- Concessions (60 and over) £17
- Young adults (19–25) £15
- 18 and under £11
- 12 and under free of charge.
All prices rise by £2 on the day of the game.
There are ten wheelchair spaces available for visiting fans in front of the Lords Builders Merchant Stand. Admission is free of charge for the carer, with the disabled supporter paying the relevant price for their age. Ambulant disabled fans can buy tickets through AFC Wimbledon, but wheelchair users must contact the Wycombe Wanderers ticket office on 01494 455701.
The coach will leave from opposite South Wimbledon tube station at 11.30 and from the Cherry Red Records Stadium at 12 noon. The price is £20. Places are available and you can make a booking by contacting 020 8547 3528 between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm.