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Match Details: Tickets left to cheer on the Dons against Fleetwood

Buy in advance or on the day for important match on Good Friday

29 March 2018

Tickets are still available to show your support for AFC Wimbledon in the Good Friday clash against Fleetwood Town.

Almost five years since the Dons memorably stayed up by beating Fleetwood, Wimbledon take on the Cod Army in another important match at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

The picture above shows Jon Meades, the only surviving member of the Wimbledon team that beat Fleetwood on 27 April 2013, being congratulated by Harry Forrester after his winner against Oxford United.

With new manager John Sheridan having engineered a revival at Fleetwood, Neal Ardley's men will have to be at their best and your support can help make a difference. Read captain Barry Fuller's rallying call to supporters ahead of the game. Come On You Dons!

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements for the game on Friday (3.00 pm kick-off):

Tickets

Seat tickets for the Paul Strank and John Green Stand are now sold out, plus all tickets for the Chemflow End have been snapped up. However, we have been able to make extra tickets available for this match in the RyGas terrace (just £17 for adults). You can guarantee your place by booking from our online ticket shop. Book online until 11 am on Friday and collect pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Tickets will also be available to buy on the day from the turnstiles.

Bars

There's plenty of opportunity to get a drink before the game with the bars open on Friday from 12 noon. We will be pleased to welcome Fleetwood supporters into the bar areas. A wide selection of drinks are available with the following choice of beers offering a Good Friday treat for ale lovers:

Main Bar

Plough Lane Ale

Adnams Broadside

Windmill Spring Ale

Back Bar

Plough Lane Ale

Wimbledon Common Ale

Windmill Spring Ale

Programme

Packed full of interviews, features, and news, Friday's edition is well worth adding to your collection. In our main player interview, Andy Barcham provides an insight into his plans for the future after passing the 100 club appearances mark for AFC Wimbledon earlier this season. There's also an interview with Will Nightingale after his impressive return to the first-team and Barry James – the man photographed with that iconic 'AFC Wimbledon is born' placard at Sutton – features in our series on volunteers. Get your programme for just £3.

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 Nigel Higgs about the work of the board generally or their own specific roles. Mark is the new DT Chair and a member of the oversight and operations committees. Nigel Higgs is a member of the strategy committee and operations committee. 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.

Doncaster tickets

AFC Wimbledon take on Doncaster Rovers at the Keepmoat Stadium on Easter Monday and supporters can buy tickets on Friday for this match. Simply pop along to the complimentary tickets window before the game to get a ticket. Places on the supporters' coach can also be booked from the same place. See our previous announcement for ticket prices.


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