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Matchday experience

The Club strives to create an enjoyable, inclusive environment for all visitors and supporters.

Information is available in the menu below to help you make the most of your visit to the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

If you need to clarify anything further, or would like to make a special request, please contact us and we will try to help as much as possible.

Make the most of your first visit

The club is based at the Cherry Red Records Stadium, Jack Goodchild Way, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 3PB. The stadium has a capacity of just over 5,000 with over 2,000 seats in the Paul Strank Stand and the John Green Stand.

Find out more about how to get to the Club.

Tickets usually go on sale three to four weeks before a game and can be bought online from the ticket shop. Visit our how to buy tickets section for details or buy in person from the ground during normal office hours.

We recommend that supporters buy in advance if they wish to guarantee a place at a home match. We regularly publish updates about availability on the website.

All seat tickets are currently sold to season ticket holders, however we do have a seat waiting list. If you are interested in a seat please email with name, phone number, how many tickets you wanted and which stand. If we have enough returned season tickets we will call you a day or two before the fixture you are interested in. This also applies to the family stand.

Coming to the game with as a family, find out more about planning a family day out at the Club.

There are two terrace areas at the ground. The Chemflow End (or South Stand) is almost fully occupied by home season ticket holders, but the RyGas Stand (or East Stand) is divided between home and away supporters.

Visiting fans can gain entry via the access road off Kingston Road. Find out more about arrangements for away supporters.

Parking at AFC Wimbledon is free on a first come, first served basis with space for up to 350 cars. A total of 32 spaces are reserved for disabled people. This offers priority, but not a guarantee of a parking space for those people with disabled blue badges.

Parking is also available in nearby residential areas, though we request that supporters are considerate when doing this. If you are travelling by car using GPS, the stadium address is KT1 3PB.

Our ground is conveniently located for public transport. The nearest train station is Norbiton, approximately 15 minutes walk away, with trains running regularly from London Waterloo. The 131 bus stops outside the stadium and runs from both Wimbledon train station and Kingston town centre.

More information and directions are available on our location page.

We have food and drink facilities inside and outside the stadium, offering a range of snacks, hot food and soft drinks for all supporters.

There are two bars located in the Paul Strank Stand. The back bar holds up to 150 people on matchdays and the middle bar has a capacity of 300. The Club will decide on a match by match basis if away supporters are allowed into the bars at the stadium.

Around the ground, there are a number of takeaway food outlets along Kingston Road, while a great selection of restaurants, bars and pubs can be found in Kingston town centre.