AFC Wimbledon are back at home tomorrow after two weeks on the road, and we won’t be back in action for another fortnight after Saturday’s game against Gillingham.
The match is again set to mark the return of Wimbledon’s Promotion Play-off winning captain Barry Fuller (pictured). It’s one of only two opportunities to see The Dons at home before Christmas – so don’t miss out!
We’ll be delighted to welcome back our special guest – 1963 FA Amateur Cup winner Bobby Ardrey. We hope he enjoys his day with us.
It’s set to be another very busy match day at The Cherry Red Records Stadium and here’s your guide, if you’re thinking of spending your afternoon with The Dons!
Wimbledon fans can still take their place on the RyGas Stand terrace, with tickets for the Chemflow End and seats in the Paul Strank and John Green Stands having sold out.
Adults - £17
Concessions - £11
Under-18s - £4
Buy in advance up until 11.00 am on Saturday morning and collect from the white booth in Jack Goodchild Way. Alternatively, you can pay on the day.
These will be open from 12 noon tomorrow with a wide selection of drinks served, including a variety of real ales. Supporters are welcome to get here early and watch the live lunchtime match between West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur (12.30 pm kick-off) on TV screens. Manchester City versus Chelsea will be shown on TV screens from 5.30 pm. We will be pleased to welcome Gillingham supporters into the bar areas.
The Your Golf Travel Bar will have the following available: Plough Lane Ale, SW19 Summer Ale and Wimbledon XK. You can get Plough Lane Ale, Gallows Gold (Park) and Wimbledon XK from the back bar. Hot ciders are available in both bars.
Drinks available at the pop-up bar (inside the YGT Bar) are: Wimbledon Gold and Wimbledon Pale Ale.
Saturday’s edition, priced at £3, includes interviews with Gillingham's Barry Fuller and our promising striker Tommy Wood. There’s also an extensive interview with our left-back Paul Osew.
Dons Trust Kiosk
Supporters interested in the work of the Dons Trust can find out more by popping into the kiosk on Jack Goodchild Way before tomorrow’s game. Anna Kingsley and Rob Crane will be on hand to answer any of your questions.
Tickets for away game
Supporters can buy advance tickets for our next away match at Bolton Wanderers, which takes place on Saturday, 7 December. You can also buy tickets for the games against Tranmere Rovers on 21 December and Bristol Rovers on 26 December and book a place on the supporters’ coach by visiting the complimentary tickets window before tomorrow’s game or for a short spell afterwards.
The annual Silent Auction concludes this Saturday in the main Your Golf Travel bar between 12.30 pm and 2.15 pm ahead of the Gillingham game, but you can get your online bids in now. Simply e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, contact details, the lot number of the item below and how much you want to bid.
Online bidding will close at 11.59 on Friday night, before the auction’s ‘live’ finale the following day. If you bid online and are subsequently outbid, we will inform you as soon as we can.
As well as plenty of AFC Wimbledon and Wimbledon FC-related lots, there are also personally signed items from former F1 World Champion Jenson Button, cricket superstars Jofra Archer, Joe Root and Rory Burns, 2003 England Rugby World Cup winner Jason Robinson, plus the ever-popular Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters from the greatest day in England football history in 1966.
AFC Wimbledon Foundation is delighted to be working jointly with the Paul Strank Charitable Trust in launching the Annual Christmas Appeal, which is raising money to fund equipment for Shooting Star Children's Hospices and collecting toys for the Children's Wing at St George's Hospital.
The Foundation will also be organising a toy collection point before Saturday’s match at the side of the Dons Kiosk, from 1.00 – 2.45 pm and again before the Doncaster game on 14 December.
The AFC Wimbledon Foundation, as well as some first-team players, will be visiting St George's on 16 December to deliver the toys and gifts. Any toys donated after this point will be taken with us to Shooting Stars Children's Hospice, which we are visiting on 20 December, for the annual Christmas Party.