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Bid to play alongside Dons legends

Charity match is for a very important cause

5 May 2022

Though the league season is over at Wimbledon, we are offering you the opportunity of a lifetime at our fantastic stadium.

Two places are available to feature alongside Dons heroes including Jon Main, Dannie Bulman and Chris Perry at our special charity football match on Saturday 14 May.

We are now inviting bids from supporters to take part. Don’t forget that you will be donating to a fantastic local cause – the Time for a Change appeal for St George’s Hospital.

Our Commercial Director Ivor Heller said: “We are delighted and proud to support St George’s Hospital Charity by hosting a special football match and gala dinner at the Cherry Red Records Stadium. This is hugely significant as we are helping to kick off the Time for a Change appeal for St George's.

“With St George’s in Tooting being our local hospital, a lot of our supporters will have benefited from the tireless work of its staff, so it’s with a real sense of pride that we are hosting these events. I’m hoping to see our local community show up in their droves, we want to make a big dent in that appeal total.”

Bidding to play in the legends match starts from £250 with the highest two bidders taking part in the game. E-mail .

Dons heroes confirmed for the match so far are as follows: Seb Brown, Jon Main, Jake Leberl, Kennedy Adjei, Elliott Godfrey, Mickey Haswell, Dannie Bulman, Chris Perry, James Mulley.

Jeremy Lynch, a world-renowned football freestyler, who showcased his silky skills for a national TV audience by scoring for England in a Soccer Aid match, will also star in the game, as well as ITV Racing’s Oli Bell.

The match will kick-off at 2.00 pm on 14 May with the following ticket prices: Adults £10, Under-18s £4.

To book your seat, visit our online ticket page .

The event will help raise the £5 million needed to create a better St George’s Hospital for children and staff.

Visit to find out how you can get involved and become an appeal supporter.

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