AFC Wimbledon will be aiming to book a place in the second round of the Emirates FA Cup with a victory on Saturday and tickets are available to cheer on Glyn’s boys against Doncaster.
The Dons take on a Doncaster side currently 12th in League One and just three points outside the play-off zone, so the team will need all of your great support to make progress in the competition.
Tickets are available in advance or on the day and below is a summary of match arrangements ahead of the big game.
We have a limited number of seat tickets available for the Paul Strank Stand and also availability for the John Green Stand. Terrace tickets are also available for the Chemflow End and the RyGas terrace.
Ticket prices are as follows:
Paul Strank and John Green (seated)
Adult - £15
Concession - £10
Under 18 - £1
RyGas and Chemflow End (standing)
Adult - £10
Concession - £5
Under 18 - £1
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.
Marking Remembrance Day
There will be a minute’s silence before the game tomorrow to remember those that lost their lives in serving the country. Wreaths will be presented by both clubs, along with the Royal British Legion, and The Last Post will be played before kick-off.
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 Chelsea and Crystal Palace (12.30 pm kick-off) on TV screens. Leicester versus Arsenal will be shown on TV screens from 5.30 pm. We will be pleased to welcome Doncaster Rovers supporters into the bar areas.
The Your Golf Travel Bar will have the following real ales available: Plough Lane Ale, SW19 Summer Ale, Wimbledon XK. You can get PLA and Wimbledon XK from the back bar, plus Isabella (Park Brewery).
Drinks available at the pop-up bar (inside YGT Bar) are as follows: Wimbledon Gold, Wimbledon Pale Ale.
Saturday’s FA Cup edition will include an in-depth interview with our new Assistant Manager Nick Daws, who talks extensively about his role and building upon the previous work he put in as Head of Recruitment. There’s also an interview with Jack Madelin, who talks about his memorable week that included making his first-team debut, signing his first pro deal, and scoring in the FA Youth Cup.
Dons Trust Kiosk
Supporters interested in the work of the Dons Trust, can find out more by popping into the stall before tomorrow’s game. Hannah Kitcher and Rob Crane will be on hand to answer any of your questions.
Tickets for away game
Supporters can tomorrow buy advance tickets for our next away match at Blackpool, which takes place on Saturday 16 November. You can buy tickets and book a place on the supporters’ coach by visiting the complimentary tickets window before tomorrow’s game or for a short spell afterwards.