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Match Details: tickets left to show your support for the Dons v Blackpool

A summary of match arrangements for Saturday's game

19 January 2018

AFC Wimbledon will be vying for three more precious points against Blackpool tomorrow and tickets are still available for you to cheer on the Dons.

Neal Ardley's men started 2018 with a bang by beating Southend United and more of the same will be very much welcome in Wimbledon's first home game since that win.

Liam Trotter (pictured) and Tom Soares both got off the mark in Wimbledon colours against Southend and just maybe there could be another first tomorrow with new signing Joe Pigott aiming to mark his debut with a goal!

Below is a summary of match arrangements and other details ahead of the game.


Though seat tickets are sold out, we still have tickets available for the popular Chemflow End. Come along to support the boys and make some noise! It's just £20 for adults to watch League One football in the Chemflow End and tickets are also available in the RyGas terrace (£17 for adults). You can book online until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collect pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Terrace tickets will also be available to buy on the day from the turnstiles.


These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow with a wide selection of drinks to choose from, including real ales. The televised lunch-time match between Brighton and Chelsea will be shown live from 12.30 pm and after the Wimbledon game you can stay on and watch Manchester City versus Newcastle. We will be pleased to welcome Blackpool supporters into the bar areas.

Ales available in the bars are as follows:

Main Bar - Plough Lane Ale, Hogs Back TEA, Wimbledon XXK

Back Bar - Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common, Wimbledon XXK.


Packed with news, interviews and features, tomorrow's edition is well worth getting your hands on for just £3. We catch-up with Dons hero Dave Bassett, who is proud to retain an old Wimbledon record after Pep Guardiola's expensively-assembled Man City squad failed to win at Anfield. German-based Wimbledon supporter Mathew Maginniss is interviewed as part of our series on club volunteers, after helping out at the pop-up shop in Centre Court a day before Wembley. Academy Head of Football Mark Robinson provides an update on the challenges of bringing through young players and our 'Fans in Focus' features Dons supporters from home and abroad.

Donate to the Wimbledon Foodbank

Our AFC Wimbledon Foundation is once again supporting the Wimbledon Foodbank by organising match day collections – and your help will be very much appreciated.

Supporters can donate tomorrow at a collection point next to the Foundation's inflatable shoot-out (close to the back bar). See our previous article for more information, including items that are wanted for donation.

Tickets for away games

Wimbledon have away games coming up at Bradford, Rotherham, and Plymouth Argyle, with tickets on sale for all three. You can buy in person from the complimentary tickets window before tomorrow's game and for a short time after the match. Places on the supporters' coach can also be booked. For the Bradford game (£25 return), the coach will pick-up from opposite South Wimbledon tube station at 7.30 am and from the Cherry Red Records Stadium at 8.00 am. For Rotherham (£25 return), the pick-up points are at 8.30 am and 9.00 am respectively. 

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