Farewell to Jordan after 16 years at Wimbledon5 Hours ago
Academy Manager Michael Hamilton’s monthly round-up includes news of a long-serving coach departing and an update about setting challenges for our youth players at this difficult time.
Show your colours on Thursday to support important cause6 Hours ago
AFC Wimbledon are supporting National Autism Awareness Week and as part of this we’re asking you to show off your club colours!
The power of football7 Hours ago
COVID-19 has presented a hugely challenging and uncertain time for everyone and our thoughts are with all those directly affected by the pandemic.
On this date: The Dons hit nine back in 200731 March 2020
On this day back in 2007, we were celebrating goals - and plenty of them!
Wimbledon's NHS heroes31 March 2020
The club wishes to thank all our Wimbledon supporters in the NHS and emergency services for their fantastic work at such a difficult time.
Team of the decade: Darius on his successful two-year stay31 March 2020
The arrival of Darius Charles at AFC Wimbledon in March 2016 helped spark a play-off charge that ended with Wembley glory.
Chris takes a balanced approach to ‘Winter Break’30 March 2020
AFC Wimbledon Sports Scientist Chris McConnell has been overseeing the fitness of our first-team squad during this period of no football matches by using an app called Strava.
Congratulations Scott30 March 2020
We congratulate our midfielder Scott Wagstaff and his wife Ellie on the birth of their daughter Isabella.
Wear blue and yellow on Thursday30 March 2020
AFC Wimbledon are supporting Autism Awareness Week and as part of this we’re asking you to show off your club colours!
Dons players who made an instant impression30 March 2020
From Charles Ademeno to Marcus Forss, we've put together a selection of goals scored by Wimbledon players on their debuts.
Glyn delivers vital message and praises NHS staff28 March 2020
At a time on Saturday when Glyn Hodges would normally be aiming to guide the Dons to victory, our manager delivered a message that's more important than football.