AFC Wimbledon will on Sunday be aiming to extend an unbeaten home run that stretches back to September 21 and there’s still time to snap-up a ticket to watch The Dons.
We’ve had good ticket sales for the Christmas holiday clash against an Oxford side riding high in League One, which comes on the back of an excellent Wimbledon victory at Bristol Rovers. The Dons are in good form at the Cherry Red Records Stadium this season and your support will be very much appreciated as Glyn seeks to guide the boys to a third successive home league win.
Below is a summary of ticket availability and other match arrangements ahead of Sunday’s game.
All seat tickets and the Chemflow terrace are sold out for this game. However, we do still have a limited number of terrace tickets available for the Ry terrace (just £17 for adults). We have less than 50 tickets available. Once these are gone, we will be sold out for this game. Oxford United have sold out of their away allocation for this match. You can buy now from our online ticket shop until 11.00 am on Sunday morning (if tickets still remain). Collections can be made pre-match from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way.
Please let us know if you are an ST holder not planning to attend this game. It will enable us to make your ticket available to get more support for The Dons. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the club answer machine (020 8547 3528).
Wimbledon supporters can get here in plenty of time and enjoy a drink or two pre-match as the bars will be open from 12 noon. There will be a wide selection of drinks available, including real ales. Supporters can watch the lunchtime match between Celtic and Rangers on TV screens in the bars and the Liverpool versus Wolves game (4.30 pm kick-off) later on. We will be pleased to welcome Oxford United supporters into the bar areas before the game.
Get your match day treats!
Following its successful launch for the Doncaster home game, young Dons supporters George Bond and Joe Tynan will once again be opening up a sweet stall for Sunday’s game. It will be open from 1.00 pm until close to kick-off, based close to the back bar/entrance to the Chemflow terrace. We expect demand to be high, so don’t leave it too late to get your match day treats! Funds will be donated towards the club.
Sunday’s edition is packed with news, features, and interviews, all about our club. Seventeen-year-old defender Jack Madelin is the subject of our in-depth player interview and he talks about a rise through the ranks that earned his first-team debut earlier this season. With so many young talents pushing for first-team football, we also feature an interview with Elliott Bolton, who was AFC Wimbledon’s first mascot in our first home league game after the club was reformed.
Tickets for away matches
Wimbledon supporters have an opportunity on Sunday to buy tickets for the away games at Portsmouth (11 January) and Accrington Stanley (2 February). You can buy pre-match from the complimentary tickets window. Places on the supporters’ coach can also be booked.
Dons Trust stall
Supporters are welcome to find out more about the DT at an important time for the club by popping into the stall before Sunday's game.