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Match Details: Tickets left to cheer on The Dons

Watch Wimbledon's first home match of the year v Barnsley

18 January 2019

AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to mark the club’s first home game of 2019 by taking three valuable points against Barnsley on Saturday and tickets are available for Dons supporters.

Wally Downes’s men have earned an FA Cup victory and a point at Coventry from the last two matches on the road, and tomorrow Wimbledon will be seeking to build on those results with a good performance at the Cherry Red Records Stadium (3.00 pm kick-off).

Promotion-chasers Barnsley are the opponents on Saturday and your support will be greatly appreciated as the Dons seek vital points in pursuit of League One survival.

Below is a summary of ticket availability and other key information ahead of Saturday’s game. 

Tickets

Seat tickets for the Paul Strank Stand and the John Green Stand are sold out, but we do still have availability for the Chemflow End and the RyGas terrace. These are for home supporters only. Buy in advance from our online ticket shop up until 11.00 am tomorrow morning and collect from the complimentary tickets window before the game. Alternatively, tickets will be available to buy on the day for Wimbledon supporters.

Bars

These will be open from 12 noon with a wide selection of drinks, including real ales, available to buy.

The Wimbledon Brewery pop-up bar will be well stocked in the main bar with Wimbledon Pale Ale, Wimbledon Gold lager and bottled soft drinks available to purchase. The Your Golf Travel Bar (main bar) will also be open as usual, selling drinks including Plough Lane Ale, Gallows Gold and XXK.

The back bar will also be open with a wide selection of drinks available, including Plough Lane, Wimbledon Common, and Wimbledon Pale Ale. Hot mulled cider will also be on sale in the bars at £3 a cup.

We will be pleased to welcome Barnsley supporters into the bar areas before the game.

Matchday Ticket Scanning Information

We want to remind fans of the procedure should a red-light flash on the turnstile indicator when you scan your season ticket or ticket to enter the ground. One of our matchday stewards will direct you towards the ticket booth in the main foyer corridor, for further assistance. Please note this ticket booth is situated by the club’s trophy cabinet in the Paul Strank stand entrance. Here our ticket team can quickly resolve your issue and re-print your match ticket or season ticket if needed. See our previous article for more information.  

Programme

Tomorrow’s first edition of 2019 is well worth adding to your collection. It features an extensive interview with Paul Kalambayi, who talks about his rise through the Dons academy ranks and why he turned down higher level clubs to join Wimbledon. There’s also an interview with on-loan keeper Aaron Ramsdale after his bright start to life at AFC Wimbledon.

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.

Dons Trust Stall

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 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). Anna Kingsley and Jane Lonsdale will be on the kiosk tomorrow.

Tickets for away games

Tickets will be on sale tomorrow for the away matches at Sunderland and Walsall. You can buy these from the complimentary tickets window before the match and for a short time afterwards. Please note that we will not be selling tickets for the Emirates FA Cup game against West Ham.


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