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Match Details for FA Cup tie against West Ham

Your full guide about attending Saturday's game

25 January 2019

Wimbledon will be aiming to create more FA Cup history against West Ham on Saturday at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

The match is a 7.45 pm kick-off and it offers an opportunity for The Dons to upset the odds and reach the fifth round of the Emirates FA Cup.

Below is a summary of ticket collection details and other key information.

Ticket checks and collection

Supporters should note that security staff will ask for your ticket when you turn into Jack Goodchild Way. For those supporters collecting tickets on the day, staff will have a list and you will be asked for your name as you approach the stadium. To collect your ticket please visit the white ticket booth next to the Dons Trust kiosk before the game on Saturday 26 January.

Ticket upgrades

Dons ticket holders seeking to upgrade one of their tickets before tomorrow night’s big game, please get in contact before 2.00 pm tomorrow. Please email info@afcwimbledon.ltd.uk before 2.00 pm Saturday 26 January, including your name and contact number.

For example, an upgrade would cover changing from a Child ticket you have purchased to an Adult ticket.

Please note we are also operating a waiting list for seat tickets. Email info@afcwimbledon.ltd.uk with your name and contact number in case we receive any returns or cancelations.

Bars

The Your Golf Travel Bar will be open from 4.00 pm on Saturday with a wide selection of drinks, including the following real ales: Plough Lane Ale, Gallows Gold, XXK. Wimbledon Common, Plough Lane Ale and XXK will be among the drinks served in the back bar.

The pop-up bar will also be open in the YGT Bar, selling drinks including Wimbledon Pale Ale and Wimbledon Gold. Supporters can also warm themselves up by purchasing a cup of hot cider.

Unfortunately, we are unable to allow West Ham supporters into the bar areas.

Programme

Tomorrow’s FA Cup fourth round edition is well worth adding to your collection. It contains an exclusive interview with Mitch Pinnock, who talks about his job outside of football before grasping his big opportunity to get back into league football. Our Chief Executive Erik Samuelson’s ‘From the Boardroom’ page includes updates about Plough Lane and the recent Academy audit.

Parking

For Dons and West Ham fans planning on driving to tomorrow's game, due to high demand, parking at the ground will be limited. Parking is available in nearby streets. Please park responsibly + considerately for local residents. More travel info in our visitor guide http://bit.ly/2MpqBo6 .

Dons Trust Kiosk

DT members and people interested in the work of the Trust are welcome to visit the Dons Trust kiosk before the match. 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). Rob Crane (Vice Chair) and Luke MacKenzie will be on the kiosk tomorrow.

Golden Goals

Win the £100 first prize by buying a Golden Goal ticket tomorrow! Entry costs just £1, so look out for our Golden Goal sellers around the stadium before the game on Saturday.


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