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Match Details: Tickets left to watch the Dons take on Shrewsbury

Buy online or on the day to show your support for the Dons

2 November 2018

Neal Ardley's men will tomorrow be aiming for three vital points against Shrewsbury and your support can help the boys in pursuit of a second home win this season.

In an interview yesterday, the manager yesterday thanked Dons fans for getting behind the team recently and terrace tickets are available for tomorrow's match to show your support once again.

Below is a summary of match arrangements and other information ahead of the game:


All seat tickets are sold out, but we do still have tickets available for the popular Chemflow terrace and the RyGas Stand (just £17 for adults). Tomorrow's match is not all-ticket and you can pay on the day. However, you can buy online before 11.00 am on Saturday to guarantee your place. Tickets can be collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.

A mark of respect

There will be a minute's silence before tomorrow's game. As previously announced, it will mark 100 years since the end of the First World War, with the club having teamed up with the Surrey Royal British Legion. The minute's silence will also be staged as a memorial for the friends and family of Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha after the tragic events at the King Power Stadium last weekend. Look out for volunteer Poppy sellers at tomorrow's game and The Last Post will also be played before kick-off. In attendance at tomorrow's game will be two Chelsea Pensioners and a 100-year-old ex-serviceman. With all of this in mind, we are requesting that you take your places in the ground well before kick-off so that the ceremony can take place in a quiet and respectful atmosphere.


The Your Golf Travel Bar will be open from 12 noon with a wide selection of drinks available. Drinks served  include Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon XXK, and Gallows Gold. Supporters can watch the live lunchtime match between AFC Bournemouth and Manchester United (from 12.30 pm) on TV screens. You can also stay on after the Wimbledon game to watch Arsenal v Liverpool from 5.30 pm. The back bar will open from 1.00 pm and will serve a wide selection of drinks, including the following: Bud Light, Budweiser, Becks Vier, Stella Artois, Magners, Magners Dark Fruits and Goose Island IPA on tap. Plough Lane Ale, Wimbledon Common, and Gallows Gold will also offer a treat for ale lovers.

The Turnstile Bar (open from 12.00 noon) will be selling plastic bottled beer, cider and soft drinks. Beer and cider bottles will be available for £3.50 per bottle or two for £6! This is situated next to the club shop. With the temperatures starting to plummet, you can warm yourself up by sampling Mulled Cider, which will be served in the Turnstile Bar and the main bars. The Wimbledon Brewery pop-up bar, launched at the Luton game, will be open once again outside (from 12 noon). Wimbledon Gold Lager and Wimbledon Pale Ale will be available from this bar. We will be pleased to welcome Shrewsbury supporters into the bar areas on Saturday before the game.

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. You can ask board members Mark Davis and Cormac van der Hoeven about the work of the board generally or their own specific roles. Mark is Chair of the Trust and a member of the board's Oversight and Operations committees, whilst Cormac is a member of the board's Engagement & Communications Committee. This is the last home match at which members can hand in at the kiosk a paper proxy vote to approve the issue of shares in AFCW PLC. 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, foreign currency or items for AFCbay (our online auction). Please note that the DT no longer collects printer cartridges.


This will feature an extensive interview with our top scorer Joe Pigott, who talks about choosing a career in football instead of another sport that he excelled at as a teenager. In addition, seventeen-year-old prospect Tyler Burey gives his first interview for the programme after making the first-team squad and scoring a superb midweek winner in the Surrey Senior Cup.

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