AFC Wimbledon will be aiming for an early season boost by getting that elusive first victory of 2019/20 on the board and Wally’s boys will be grateful for your support.
The Dons host John Coleman’s Accrington Stanley, a club that we’ve had many important battles with over the years, and both sides will be going all out for three points on Saturday.
Terrace tickets are still available to show your support for The Dons in our second home game this season at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements ahead of the game:
We have tickets available for the Chemflow terrace and the RyGas Stand (just £17 for an adult standing ticket). You can buy in advance from our online ticket shop until 11.00 am on Saturday or pay on the day. Tickets bought in advance can be collected pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.
We have had a lot of seat returns for this match. If you would like to order a seat ticket, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the club on 020 8547 3528. Please contact us before 4.00 pm today (Friday) or between 10 am and 12 noon on Saturday.
Supporters are welcome to get here early to enjoy a drink in the bars and take in the lunchtime TV match between Arsenal and Burnley (12.30 pm kick-off). All the bars will open at 12 noon and we will be pleased to welcome Accrington Stanley supporters in for a drink. A wide selection of drinks will be available, including lagers, ales, and soft drinks.
Real ale lovers are in for a treat. In the pop-up bars, Wimbledon Pale Ale and Wimbledon Gold will be served. Wimbledon Copper Leaf Ale, Plough Lane Ale, and SW19 Summer Ale will be available in the Your Golf Travel Ale. Plough Lane Ale and SW19 will also be served in the back bar.
Following the Wimbledon match, supporters can watch the early evening match between Man City and Spurs.(5.30 pm kick-off).
Saturday’s edition is packed with news, features and interviews all about your club. In our extensive main player interview, new Dons midfielder Callum Reilly talks about the highs and lows of his career, and why he decided to join Wimbledon instead of staying at Gillingham. Also included in this edition is an interview with Paul Osew after his midweek debut in the Carabao Cup. Older Dons supporters will enjoy the first of our interviews with former Wimbledon Player of the Year winners as we kick off the series by featuring John Leslie.
Tickets for away games
The Dons have two away games coming up next week with trips to Ipswich Town (Tuesday) and Sunderland (Saturday). You can buy tickets for both of these games and book places on the supporters’ coach before the Accrington match. You can do this at the complimentary tickets window before the game and for a short time afterwards.
Our valuable club fundraiser resumes on Saturday and look out for Golden Goals sellers around the ground for your chance to win £100. This season, there are some changes to Golden Goals, an initiative which is generously sponsored by Chemflow Total Solutions. Please refer to the Dons Trust website for more information on these changes.
Dons Trust members and fans interested in the work of the DT are welcome to pop in and find out more about the work of the Trust. This includes work that has been going on in relation to the new stadium during the summer.