AFC Wimbledon will on Saturday be aiming for a first victory this season by getting the better of Gareth Ainsworth’s Wycombe and tickets are available to cheer on The Dons.
Wally’s men concluded last season’s home programme with a vital 2-1 win against the Chairboys and a repeat of that result will be very much welcome by everyone in blue and yellow. However, Wycombe visit the Cherry Red Records Stadium currently occupying third place in League One after an impressive start to the season – and more of your great support will really help the boys on Saturday.
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 seat returns for this match and if you would like to order a seat ticket, please e-mail email@example.com 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. If you cannot attend, please let us know via the same e-mail, as it will mean we can make your seat ticket available for another supporter.
Supporters are welcome to get here early to enjoy a drink in the bars. The bars will be open at 12 noon and we will be pleased to welcome Wycombe Wanderers 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. 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 Ale will also be served in the back bar.
Due to a meeting at the nearby Weir Archer Academy, parking will be limited for supporters at tomorrow’s game. We recommend getting here early if you wish to make use of parking facilities.
One minute of applause for Bury
Following the sad midweek news that Bury have been expelled from the EFL, the FSA (Football Supporters’ Association) are calling on supporters everywhere to applaud for one minute in a nationwide display of solidarity for Bury. The FSA are recommending that this takes place in the 27th minute. This will mark the fact that Bury were expelled from the EFL on 27 August it's 27 years since that last happened to a league club.
Included in Saturday’s edition is an in-depth interview with goalkeeper Nathan Trott, who has received a call-up for England Under-21s. Nathan (pictured receiving congratulations from his team-mates after his superb save versus Accrington) tells us why he decided that AFC Wimbledon is the club for him to progress in his career. Of course, the programme includes all the usual features about your club.
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. Anna Kingsley and Roger Evans will be at the DT Kiosk on Saturday and you can ask them about work that has been going on in relation to the new stadium during the summer.
Due to strike action by the RMT, the South Western Rail network is running a restricted service from today until 2 September. Please visit https://www.southwesternrailway.com/ for more information.