Sunday 25 February 2007
This week at AFC Wimbledon, w/b 26 February
EVERY WEEKDAY: Seat tickets for the home games against Margate (Saturday 3 March) and Carshalton (Tuesday 6 March) are available via the credit card hotline, open between 11.00 am and 1.00 pm on weekdays. Terrace tickets may also be bought in advance, but there will be plenty available on the day.
DURING THE WEEK: Sometime this week, hopefully sooner rather than later, an e-petition is expected to be launched by AFC Wimbledon fan Russell Smith. Watch the club?s web site for full details of how you can help and how to avoid duplicating the work of Russell?s team of volunteers.
Also this week, we expect the FA to set the date of our appeal against the deduction of 18 points.
MONDAY: The reserves are away to Carshalton Athletic Reserves in the Suburban League Shield, kick off 7.30 pm.
TUESDAY: The Dons travel to Leyton, currently fifth in the February form table with 10 points from their last five games, for a Ryman Premier League game, kick off 7.45 pm. Depending on Chelmsford?s result on Monday night we will go to Leyton as league leaders or second.
WEDNESDAY: The Under-19s, currently two points behind league leaders Woking, with two games in hand, are at home (at NESCOT) to Thatcham Town in the Football Conference Youth League. Kick off time is 2.00 pm.
FRIDAY: Kingsmeadow Live continues its regular ?Friday night is comedy night? spot with another three great acts. For full details see here.
Entry is £8 and £7 for tickets purchased in advance via 020 8574 3335. Doors open at 8.00 pm and the evening ends at midnight.
SATURDAY: The Dons are at home to Margate, fourth in the league at the time of writing, attempting to carry our February form into March. The game kicks off at 3.00 pm at Kingsmeadow, in our latest crunch Ryman Premier league game.
The reserves do not currently have a game on Saturday.
Live music with Kingsmeadow Live has a night off this Saturday but watch out for Purple Rain on the following Saturday, 10 March, bringing you the look and sound of Prince.
SUNDAY: AFC Wimbledon Ladies are away to Portsmouth in the Women?s Premier League, southern division, kick off 2.00 pm. Let?s see if they can break their run of four postponements in a row!
For more information on the usual venues for club games, click here