Ahead of our home fixture against Blackpool tonight, we give you a detailed rundown of what our fans can expect to find in this issue of our newly branded Matchday Magazine, BTPL.
Continuing with our trend of keeping things fresh and interesting for supporters, readers can look forward to the usual wide range of features in this week’s BTPL.
In-form Wimbledon striker Ryan Longman is the feature interview of this week’s issue as the Dons frontman discusses strike partnerships, his career to date, and more, in a wide-ranging interview with the Brighton loanee.
Alongside our headline feature section, fans can also look forward to an interesting guest article from football journalist George Dagless, who takes a detailed look back at our rivalry of old with Crawley Town during the 2010/11 season, as both sides achieved promotion to the Football League.
This issue also includes another instalment of our popular Historical Don section, in which Stephen Crabtree continues his countdown to the ultimate Don in our Hall of Fame feature, which is partnered up with another look at the history of Plough Lane throughout the years.
Plus, BTPL Editor Chris Thorpe continues his Kingsmeadow Vault series, as he recalls one particular player’s instant impact on debut for the Dons back in January 2018.
Furthermore, we also have updates from the AFC Wimbledon Foundation, Dons Local Action Group, the Dons Trust, the Academy, and the usual detailed rundown of our opponents on Tuesday, Blackpool.
Packed with content for all ages, BTPL will be available this weekend via the Matchday Digital app and is priced at £2.99/ issue or £49.99 for the full season which is paid in the app.
How to Buy BTPL
Simply visit the app store on your mobile device, type in Matchday Digital and download the app to you phone.
Once in the app, you will see our Matchday Magazine displayed in the top left corner of the home screen page – click on the image of the cover and then select one of the subscription options.