AFC Wimbledon resume the battle for League One points against Bristol Rovers and tickets are available on the day to show your support for the Dons.
Following a difficult spell, Simon Bassey said in an interview for the official website that the supporters can pull the team through during the last 14 games. “We can only do it together; as players, as staff, and as supporters.”
Lyle Taylor is shown above acknowledging the 246 Dons fans who made the long trip to Plymouth on Tuesday night, and our top scorer will be aiming for more goals on home turf after passing the 50-mark for AFC Wimbledon.
Your support will be greatly appreciated, and below is a summary of ticket availability, plus other match arrangements:
All seat tickets are sold out for this match, but we do have terrace tickets available. You can pay at the turnstiles for the RyGas terrace.
Both bars will open from 12 noon on Saturday, offering an opportunity to sample a wide selection of drinks, plus a chance to watch FA Cup football on TV before the Dons take on Rovers. The Emirates FA Cup tie between Sheffield Wednesday and Swansea will be shown from 12.30 pm. You can also stay on after Wimbledon’s match to catch the early evening cup tie between Huddersfield and Man United.
Below are the ales available in the bars:
Your Golf Travel Bar
Plough Lane Ale
Plough lane ale
Unfortunately, we are unable to allow Bristol Rovers supporters into the bar areas.
Packed with news, interviews, and features, Saturday’s edition is well worth getting your hands on. It includes an extensive interview with Joe Pigott, who talks about his determination to make the grade as a League One striker after stepping up from non league. The latest in our series of interviews with volunteers features the dedicated work of John Stewart, who has been a part of the merchandise team since the early days of AFC Wimbledon. Dons fan Isa Dabrowska features in ‘My Away Day’, plus there’s a run through of past games against Bristol Rovers, and an update on EFL rule changes from Erik Samuelson.
Dons Trust Kiosk
Dons Trust members and people interested in the work of the Trust are welcome to visit the Dons Trust kiosk before the match. Come and ask board members Mark Davis and Colin Dipple about the work of the board generally, or about the work they are doing on DT operations. You could get an oversight of the football club and on membership engagement / communications and stadium oversight. You can also join the Trust or renew your membership at the kiosk, sign up to the Dons Draw (our regular monthly lottery), or donate loose change.
Tickets for away games
Wimbledon supporters can buy tickets for the away games at Peterborough United, Shrewsbury Town, and Doncaster Rovers, plus book places on the supporters’ coach. Buy from the complimentary tickets window before the game, and for a short time afterwards.