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Friday 30 September 2011
club news
Please return unwanted Season Ticket vouchers for the Gillingham game

If you are a seat Season Ticket holder and are not planning to come to the game against Gillingham tomorrow, please consider donating the relevant ST voucher to the club so that we can help supporters who cannot stand for the entire match.

To do so, please email your ticket details to returned vouchers or phone the office on 020 8547 3528 and leave a message.

Vouchers for terrace STs are also very welcome as we can reclaim the VAT on those tickets.


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Friday 30 September 2011
club news
Dons to help launch FIFA 2012 tonight!

We are pleased to announce that several of the 1st team squad will be helping launch FIFA 2012 at the Wimbledon branch of Game tonight.

Christian Jolley, Fraser Franks, Sammy Moore and Chris Bush will be playing the latest version of FIFA 2012 which features AFC Wimbledon for the first time.

Game is located on Wimbledon Broadway, opposite Centre Court Shopping Centre and the players will be there between 5pm and 7pm.



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Friday 30 September 2011
club news
Gillingham sold out

The Gillingham game has sold out and we are sorry that we cannot meet the continuing demand for tickets.

If you want to be sure of being able to attend future games, we urge you to buy on line. Tickets go on sale three weeks before each game and are available online, by post and by visting the club's offices.

Alternatively, season tickets are still available in the John Smith's terrace and the Kingston Road End terrace. We are offering these season tickets at a discount (except for under 16s) from the full season terrace price as follows:

Adults £230
Concessions £140
Young adult £70
Under 16 £25

Fans who wish to pay by direct debit may do so by paying a one off payment followed by six equal instalments.


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Friday 30 September 2011
dons trust news
Tickets for an Evening with Dave Anderson

There are still a few tickets left for the Evening with Dave Anderson (featuring former AFC Wimbledon legends Robert Ursell and Rosco Dsane) on Friday 14 October.

If you wish to purchase, pay for and/or collect tickets for the evening, then please come along to the back bar (insider or outside, depending on the weather) before Saturday's match against Gillingham.

If you have not yet reserved a ticket at all, but wish to attend, you are encouraged to contact the fundraising team here in advance.

Please see the news item on 16 September for details of how to apply by post.


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Thursday 29 September 2011
club news
Alternative pre-match dining arrangements for Stevenage game

We will be offering something a bit different in the match day restaurant before the Johnstones Paint Trophy tie against Stevenage on Tuesday of next week, 4 October.

Guests will enjoy:
- A choice of Chilli Con Carne or Pasta Bolognese served with dinner rolls
- Tea and coffee served after the meal
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen

There is a choice of packages available:
Meal only - £8.00
Meal & Paul Strank Stand ticket - £20.00
Meal, Presidents Lounge & Directors box seat – £25.00

The restaurant will open in the back bar at 5pm.

To be sure of your seat, booking in advance is advisable and tickets are available by clicking here or by calling 020-8247-9918.

We will also welcome you on the night without a booking if seats are available.



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Thursday 29 September 2011
first team news
Gillingham preview

The Dons face a rampant Gillingham on Saturday in a game that sees the return of former leading scorer Danny Kedwell. After a spell where they scored only one goal in four games, causing them to slip down the table, they have since scored nine goals in two games.

Obviously Danny Kedwell will be a man to watch by the Dons. Until recently he appears to have been ploughing a lonely furrow up front, following summer signing Adam Burchill tearing his ligaments in a pre-season game. But the arrival of Frank Nouble on loan from West Ham has taken some of the burden off Danny and he scored two goals in last weekend's impressive win over Burton Albion.

Terry Brown has been fulsome in his praise of Kedwell but he and the defence have no doubt been focusing on how to neutralise him and avoid the legendary curse of the players who always seem to score against their former clubs - although no doubt Terry Brown wouldn't mind if the scorer of a goal against his former club was Rashid Yussuff. Before talking about the game, Terry took time to praise the young Dons he watched in action last Sunday.

"After Saturday's memorable win at Bradford I was pleased to be able to go and watch some of our youth teams who played against Reading on Sunday. The groups are split up into various age differences and I was able to watch three of our teams, all of which acquitted themselves really well against their Reading Academy counterparts.

"From a managerial point of view I was really pleased with the standard and quality of our coaching and management staff and it was lovely to see the boys playing passing football with the emphasis on enjoyment. I've no doubt that I witnessed at least one or two young Dons in the making and the overall impression I gained was one of real enjoyment and pleasure by players and parents alike.

"This week's first team squad training has been in an almost Mediterranean climate and it was like going back to our pre-season training sessions where we were able to work on both our pattern and shape. In the next few days we not only face Gillingham but also Stevenage, on Tuesday night, and I will be looking to utilise the whole squad as much as I can during those two games.

"Having read the report of Gillingham's win against Burton on Saturday we are fully aware of how well Gillingham played and the fact that they now seem to have struck up a good partnership up front with West Ham loan player Frank Nouble and Danny Kedwell taking Burton to the cleaners. Obviously this is Danny's first return after taking us to promotion with that unforgettable penalty kick and I do hope the fans will give him a very loud and warm welcome back, as he deserves it.

"Gillingham have several very talented players and, as you'd expect me to say, we will have to play very well to get maximum points on Saturday. Both teams come into the game on the back of consecutive wins and with a full house on a sunny Saturday it should be a great occasion for everyone involved at the club.

"Having looked at the progress the youth set up have made over the last couple of years, added to the fact that we are playing in front of another full house, everything bodes well for the future of the club.

"As far as our playing staff are concerned we have everybody apart from Mat Mitchel-King and Kieran Djilali fit and available for Saturday, with several first team players bursting at the seams for an opportunity to regain their shirts."

The game is a sell-out with the final tickets for the home terraces being sold earlier this afternoon. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to take their places for what promises to be a major test for the young Dons team.


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Thursday 29 September 2011
club news
Youth Development Programme Team Sponsorships Available

The commercial department is looking for sponsors for several of AFC Wimbledon’s youth teams for the 2011/12 season.

Sponsorship is very important to the academy as it helps provide the best experience possible for the boys involved. If you choose to sponsor on behalf of a company, it will also provide some excellent exposure for your company. However you can also sponsor on a personal basis (anonymously if preferred).

The package on offer is as follows:

- Name in match programme for the season

- Name on club website for the season

- Invitation to kit sponsors dinner at end of season

- Signed team photo at end of season

Cost: £250 (+ VAT for corporate sponsorship)

For more information or to find out which teams are available, please e-mail here or call 020 8547 3336.




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Thursday 29 September 2011
club news
Reduced price tickets for Johnstone's Paint Trophy match - including free entry for Under 16s

Wimbledon start their Johnstone's Paint Trophy adventure this coming Tuesday against League 1 side Stevenage at The Cherry Red Records Fans' Stadium – Kingsmeadow. We are pleased to announce that we have agreed reduced prices in all areas for this game, including allowing free entry to the terraces for anybody under the age of 16. Tickets for all areas will be available to purchase on the evening of the game.

Season Tickets are not valid for this match.

Prices

Seating (unallocated)
Adult - £12
Concession - £8
Under 16 - £2

Terrace (ticket allows access to any terrace)
Adult - £10
Concession - £6
Under 16 – FREE

Please note that anyone with a discounted price ticket may be asked to provide photo id as proof of entitlement to the reduced price - failure to do so will mean being required to pay the adult price.



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Wednesday 28 September 2011
club news
Last few tickets for Saturday available for purchase by phone

Earlier this week we removed the on line sales function for Gillingham tickets to ensure that sales don't breach our segregation procedures.

We know that this has inconvenienced some Dons fans who can't visit the office to buy tickets. Therefore, from 5.30 pm to 7.00 pm today, Wednesday, fans can call the office and buy tickets over the phone. We regreat that we are unable to do this at any other time.

Anyone who buys tickets in this way must collect them on Saturday and must also bring proof that they are Dons fans and/or local residents before we will release the tickets.

The number to ring, after 5.30 pm, is 020 8547 3528. The only remaining tickets are for the Kingston Road End.


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Tuesday 27 September 2011
club news
Dons players to help launch FIFA 2012 this Friday

We are pleased to announce that several of the 1st team squad will be helping launch FIFA 2012 at the Wimbledon branch of Game this Friday, 30 September.

They will be playing the latest version of FIFA 2012 which features AFC Wimbledon for the first time.

Game is located on Wimbledon Broadway, opposite Centre Court Shopping Centre and the players will be there between 5pm and 7pm.




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Tuesday 27 September 2011
club news
AFC Wimbledon back the Football League family football festival

On Saturday 15 October, AFC Wimbledon will stage their Family Football Festival npower League 2 match against Crewe Alexandra in support of The Football League’s 47 match campaign.

There will be fun filled activities for all the family to enjoy before, during and after the match including:

• Face painting
• Half time entertainment
• Chances to win exclusive prizes

Running until December, the Family Football Festival campaign is being launched by The Football League to attract new families to games this autumn. Football is a family-friendly experience providing quality together-time in a safe environment.

To win prizes, invite your friends and join the family football community, visit www.facebook.com/familyfootball


Siobhan Freegard, Founder of Netmums and Family Football Festival ambassador, comments: “Netmums are delighted to be involved with The Family Football Festival - it's an exciting opportunity for families across the country to enjoy a fun day out together at their local League club. It’s a great chance for mums to get the family together and enjoy the atmosphere of a League match first hand this autumn.”

David Malkinson, Head of Marketing at The Football League, feels that football should be enjoyed by everyone, “Football is a sport that appeals to the whole family and League clubs have experienced bumper family attendances in recent seasons. League football is extremely accessible, offers good value for money and provides a place where families can enjoy each other’s company as well as the action on the pitch. I encourage families to go along to their local game and enjoy some football together-time.”

For more information and to buy tickets for AFC Wimbledon vs Crewe Alexandra, make sure you visit the official site later this week



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Tuesday 27 September 2011
club news
Few spaces left in carvery this Saturday

We still have a few spaces left for the carvery before the Gillingham game this Saturday 1 October. Following on from the recent popularity of the carvery, we strongly urge fans to book early to avoid disappointment.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 12pm.

Cost: £25 (carvery only)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.

Don’t forget, we are also offering a special package for celebrations, whether it be birthdays, anniversaries or even divorces! If you book a table of ten, we will give you a complimentary bottle of Champagne or birthday cake. Once you make your booking, please e-mail here to let us know what kind of event you’re celebrating.



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Monday 26 September 2011
club news
Ball sponsorship packages still available

We still have match ball sponsorship packages available for several games this season.

Match ball sponsorship is a fantastic way for a fan to celebrate a big occasion or a company to entertain clients at one of our home games.

The match ball sponsorship package includes:

- 4 tickets for the carvery, President's Lounge and Paul Strank Stand
- Half-time refreshments in the Presidents Lounge
- Complimentary match programme and team sheet for each guest
- Company name and logo on front cover of match programme
- Editorial on commercial page of match programme
- Several PA mentions during the match
- Signed AFC Wimbledon football
- Commemorative photo of the occasion

For more information about price and availability, please e-mail here or call 020 8547 3336.



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Monday 26 September 2011
club news
Gillingham tickets now only on sale by visiting the club office

Over the weekend, Gillingham sold their ticket allocation for this Saturday's game and we have been taking calls from some of their fans who were trying to buy tickets in the home end. While these requests have been refused, we cannot apply the same control over online sales, so we have withdrawn that option.

Tickets for the Kingston Road terrace and the home section of the John Smith's terrace may now only be bought by visting the club's office betwen 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays. You may be asked to provide proof of residence or other evidence that you are a Dons fan.

We apologise to our fans for any inconvenience this may cause but we must do all we reasonably can to ensure that segregation is applied effectively. We urge fans to buy early for any subsequent home games which are designated all ticket.


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Monday 26 September 2011
first team news
Terry Brown talks after Bradford

To hear Terry Brown's thoughts after the Bradford game, click on Terry on Bradford.

For Jack Midson's views on the game, click on Jack Midson.



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Friday 23 September 2011
club news
Joe Sheerin to host carvery before Crewe game

We are pleased to announce that one of AFC Wimbledon’s earliest stars, Joe Sheerin, will be hosting the carvery before the Crewe match on Saturday 15 October. This is the first time that a former player will host the carvery and we are looking forward to Joe mingling with the guests and also answering some questions. Click on the link below to purchase tickets.

We are also pleased to announce a special package for celebrations, whether it be birthdays, anniversaries or even divorces! If you book a table of ten, we will give you a complimentary bottle of Champagne or birthday cake. Once you have make your booking, please e-mail here to let us know what kind of event you’re celebrating.

Finally, we still have a few spaces left for the carvery before the Gillingham game on Saturday 1 October. Following on from the recent popularity of the carvery, we strongly urge fans to book early to avoid disappointment.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 12pm.

Cost: £25 (carvery only) or £45 (including a seat ticket for the Paul Strank Stand)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.


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Friday 23 September 2011
reserve team news
Reserves play Sutton United tomorrow

If you can't make it to Bradford then why not come along and watch Marcus Gayle's young development squad play tomorrow? The opposition is Sutton United, who include former young Dons Karl Douglin and Jack Stafford in their numbers.

Games between the clubs are always strongly contested affairs at all levels and with the Dons third and Sutton second, it should be a very tight game.

The match will be played at Walton Casuals Waterside Stadium, Waterside Drive, KT12 2JG. Entry is free if you present your season ticket, otherwise it is £3 for adults and £1.50 for concessions.


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Friday 23 September 2011
dons trust news
Don't forget to vote - Match day charity collections

We are pleased to invite members of the Dons Trust to vote on which charities they would like to see benefit from a collection before a future match at The Cherry Red Records Fans' Stadium – Kingsmeadow.

At the end of July we asked charities who wanted to be considered to submit a presentation to the club and you can find those who applied listed below. For more information on each charity please follow the link to their website.

To vote please send an email to info@afcwimbledon.co.uk including your Dons Trust membership number and list up to three charities from the list below you would like to nominate.

The closing date for members to vote is Friday 30 September.

Amber
The Amber Foundation helps young men and women aged 17-30 who have had a difficult start in life. Amber's residential centre in Surrey is giving these young people the chance to move on from the troubles in their past. They engage them in a programme of activities that help build up their skills, experience and confidence which will help them become more employable when they leave.
Amber website

Born Too Soon
Born Too Soon is a registered charity set up in 1985 attached to the Neonatal Unit at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust caring for families with both small preterm babies and unwell newborn infants.
Born Too Soon website

The Children's Trust
The Children's Trust provides care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury.
The Children's Trust website

Crisis
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. They are dedicated to ended homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change
Crisis website

Horse Rangers Association
The Horse Rangers Association (HRA) is a voluntary, uniformed organisation which supports the personal development of children and young people by teaching them how to ride and care for horses, especially those who would not otherwise have this opportunity. Children gain skills and knowledge, but more importantly they are encouraged to develop responsibility, resilience, care for others and teamwork skills, and to learn the value of hard work and commitment.
Horse Rangers Association website

Humanity First
Humanity First is an independent aid agency registered in 38 countries In the last 5 years, Humanity First has assisted over 400,000 victims of disasters in Haiti, Pakistan, Japan, USA, Kenya, Guatemala and many other countries. Humanity First has a number of global programmes aimed at skills transfer around healthcare, education, vocational training, water infrastructure and agriculture.
Humanity First website

Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan is one of Britain’s biggest and well-loved charities but we also work at a local level. For example, they have now fully funded a Haemato-oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Palliative Clinical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Skin Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist at St. George’s Hospital. This year they are also the Mayor of Kingston’s nominated charity.
Macmillan Cancer Support website

Morden Little League
Morden Little League provides free football to in excess of 650 boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years each Saturday morning.
Morden Little League website

My Voice London
My Voice London is a small charity based in Merton that has been working in Merton and Kingston for twenty years helping local young people who are struggling with a wide variety of complications. Examples include being in care, having drug or alcohol addicted parents, having addiction troubles themselves, being in trouble with the police or simply trying to overcome the challenges that face children today.
My Voice London website

NSPCC
The NSPCC is inspired by a belief that they can make a difference for all children. They aim to end cruelty to children in the UK. Even if it takes many generations to realise it, they achieve much more for children by having this inspirational vision.
NSPCC website

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability is a national medical charity based in Putney. They care for some of the UK’s most profoundly disabled people, most of whom are unable to walk, talk, eat or even move unaided, typically as the result of an accident, injury, stroke or illness. They need to raise £2million each year to continue being able to provide our patients with the best in assessment, treatment, therapy and care, for example technology that allows communication using only the blink of an eye, or hydrotherapy which encourages a paralysed patient to move.
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability website

Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raise money to help The Royal Marsden provide world-class care for cancer patients, and to support the hospital’s pioneering work in cancer research and education. By supporting The Royal Marsden, they aim to help make life better for people with cancer everywhere, and strive for a future without it.
Royal Marsden Cancer Charity website

Street Child Africa
Based locally in Thames Ditton, Street Child Africa work directly with 12 local partner organisations throughout Africa to help children living and working on the streets. Their partners meet with children on the streets, have drop-in centres, residential centres, provide education and apprenticeships and help them go back to their families and communities.
Street Child Africa website

True Volunteer Foundation
TVF is a unique, award winning educational charity. They were formed about the same time as AFC Wimbledon and built on similar principles. No one at TVF gets paid or can even claims back expenses. Therefore every penny Wombles donate will go to disadvantaged youth in Merton and Kingston. They jointly implement projects with organisations like The Holly Lodge Centre, Grenfell Housing Association and are also working on a historical project related to Wimbledon F.C. Projects include working with unemployed teenagers, special needs kids, volunteering days out and much more.
True Volunteer Foundation website

Wimbledon Supporters Group of Marie Curie Cancer Care
The newly formed Wimbledon Supporters Group of Marie Curie Cancer Care is an official supporters group dedicated to raise funds for, and awareness of, Marie Curie Cancer Care's work.
Marie Curie Cancer Care website



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Thursday 22 September 2011
first team news
Terry praises the young players and looks forward to Bradford

The Dons go to Bradford on Saturday, buoyed up by the 4-1 home win against Cheltenham, while the Bantams, to everyone's surprise, languish in the bottom three. Since beating Sheffield Wednesday in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy, Bradford have picked up only two points from four league games, although these did include a highly creditable draw at table-topping Morecambe and they also led at Crawley for the first half last Saturday.

Bradford appear to have three or four injury worries, while Terry Brown is in the enviable position of having an almost fully fit squad to choose from, as he explained earlier today. But first, he was keen to report on how well the midweek friendly fixtures are going, giving first team and development squad players a chance to get some game time.

"Monday's training was a very relaxed affair owing to several players suffering small knocks during what was a very hectic week for the players. Tuesday saw most of the first team squad returning to training and several first team players who have not had a lot of game time recently enjoying a run out against a strong Wycombe XI.

"The starting line up included nine first team players, with Jerson dos Santos and Zak Richards starting up front. As with most of these development games, it gave the management the opportunity of playing senior players who are returning from injuries and we were able to give Mat Mitchel-King his first 30 minutes for a while.

"We are in the fortunate position at the moment of suffering very few injuries to what is the largest squad I've worked with at the club. These games are also a great opportunity for Marcus's development squad to play alongside and against senior players. Other young players who got on and acquitted themselves very well were Huw Johnson, Jake Rose and Louie Theopanous, who is currently on trial for Marcus.

"We have also taken the opportunity to loan out Fraser Franks today for a month, which will incorporate eight games. He will gain first team experience in the Blue Square Premier with Hayes and Yeading and, having watched them play on Tuesday night, he will enter a young and enthusiastic footballing side.

"We will be travelling up to Bradford on Friday and preparing properly as usual. Those of you able to make the trip should enjoy a great atmosphere at one of the country's great stadiums. As far as our playing squad is concerned, there will be three additions to the squad as James Mulley, Brett Johnson and Brendan Kiernan will be travelling. Ricky Wellard will not be travelling as he only resumed light training today.

"Looking at their league position, I am sure that Phil Parkinson will be looking to lift them out of the bottom three as soon as possible and having looked at their first half display at Crawley they are more than capable of being at the top end of the table.

"I am sure we will take a decent following up to Bradford and I'm looking forward to seeing you up there - I am sure you will be in fine voice."

Fans will recall that it was Bradford's 1-0 win over Liverpool on the last day of the 1999-2000 season that sealed the Dons' relegation - and this shortly after a defeat at Bradford, following a controversial penalty and the sending off of John Hartson.

Bradford are very well supported with average crowds just short of the 10,000 mark, which should make for a fantastic atmosphere at the game.


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Thursday 22 September 2011
dons trust news
Dons Trust meeting tonight

Don't forget that the SGM will be held at the Cherry Red Records Fans' stadium tonight, starting at 7.30 pm.

The evening will include feedback on where we are in terms of improving our communciations; the status of the strategy review; and a presentation on the issues we face in getting the stadium up to Football League standards, specifically the installation of seats in the Kingston Road End.

And, of course, you will have plenty of time to question board members of the Trust and the football club on the issues that particularly interest you.


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Thursday 22 September 2011
club news
Some terrace tickets still available for Gillingham game

Tickets for the game against Gillingham on 1 October are selling well and we expect this game to sell out.

All seat tickets for the game have now been sold but we do have some terrace places remaining for the Kingston Road End and John Smiths Stand. Please note that all away tickets for this match are being sold by Gillingham FC. Home terrace tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

Online
Tickets can be bought from our online ticket shop. Tickets purchased online before Wednesday 28 September will be sent out in the post. If there are any remaining for purchase after that date they will have to be collected from the club on the day of the game.

Tickets will be mailed at the buyer’s risk – no replacements can be offered. If you wish to have your tickets sent by recorded delivery you should order by post (see below).

In person
Tickets can be purchased from the club office between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm during the week.

By post
Applications should include an SAE plus a cheque for the relevant amount made payable to AFC Wimbledon Ltd and be sent to the following address:

Ticket Office
AFC Wimbledon
The Fans' Stadium - Kingsmeadow
422a Kingston Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey
KT1 3PB

If you would like your terrace tickets to be sent by recorded delivery, please say so in a covering letter and enclose a further £2.

No tickets will be sold over the phone.

Prices
Terrace tickets are on sale at the following prices: Adults £15; Over-65s, full-time students and unemployed £9; Under-16s £2.


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Wednesday 21 September 2011
club news
Dons discount with Thomas Cook (+ earn money for the club!)

The UK’s largest tour operator, Thomas Cook, has recently become AFC Wimbledon’s Official Holiday Club partner.

The Holiday Club allows fans to buy anything from charter flights and hotels to complete holiday packages, all at guaranteed discounted prices. And the club earns a referral fee for every purchase made by a Dons fan!

This offer also includes domestic travel and hotel bookings so make sure you get in touch with Thomas Cook when you’re planning those long distance away trips.

Fans can make the most of their exclusive Holiday Club deals by calling into any Thomas Cook or Going Places store - there are over 800 across the UK including Thomas Cook in Wimbledon, Kingston Upon Thames and Worcester Park. Make sure you mention the club when you make a booking.

Thomas Cook Sport has been the Official Travel Partner of The Football League since December 2004, and is now partner to over 60 clubs across The Championship, League 1 and League 2.



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Tuesday 20 September 2011
dons trust news
Last night's DT Board meeting and Thursday's Special General Meeting

The Dons Trust Board held its regular monthly meeting last night.

After agreeing the minutes of the August meeting (which have now been placed on the DT section of this site) the first topic was the presentation of the monthly report generated by the Football Club Board. This month our review concentrated on the commercial area and stadium issues - both the new stadium project and the plans for the current stadium. The bulk of the meeting then concentrated on a review of the draft Management Accounts for 2010-11 and approval of the revised budget for 2011-12.

After a successful season the results for 2010-11 were pleasing, and the prospects for this season currently look healthy, although funding the stadium development will be a significant challenge.

The remaining time was spent discussing what a significant future Sponsor/Investor could get for their money (a topic that will be brought to DT Members), agreeing the plans for the forthcoming DT elections and checking progress on a number of other actions. The next DTB meeting will be on Thursday 13 October.

The next Dons Trust SGM is to be held at the Cherry Red Records Fans'
Stadium this Thursday, starting at 19.30. There will be plenty of opportunity to quiz the DTB and the Football Club Board about any of the matters raised above and Erik Samuelson will be presenting outline plans for the redevelopment of the Kingston Road End to enable the Club to meet Football League membership requirements within the three year window allowed.


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Tuesday 20 September 2011
club news
Last chance to take part in AFC Wimbledon Golf Day

The AFC Wimbledon Golf Day takes place at Malden Golf Club next Wednesday, 28 September so time is running out to enter a team.

We are pleased to announce that the AFC Wimbledon Golf Day will be sponsored by one of our newest corporate partners, Apogee Corporation. Apogee Corporation is a leading digital office solutions specialist with its headquarters in Wimbledon. For more information, visit here.

The day will start off with bacon rolls served with tea or coffee followed by 18 holes of golf with a tee time of 10.30am onwards. The format will be a team score based on the best 3 of 4 Stapleford scores. There will also be a competition for the best individual score with prizes for first, second and third places, as well as prizes for longest drive and ‘nearest the pin’.

A buffet meal will be served in the clubhouse on completion of each team’s round and there will be a prize giving ceremony once everyone has completed their round.

Entry costs £350 for a team of 4 or £350 for a team of 3 to play with a celebrity. The celebrities will either be current Wimbledon players, coaching staff or former heroes. We are also giving non-golfers the opportunity to take part by being caddies for the day. No experience is necessary and the £30 caddy fee will be donated to the Dons Trust.

There will be several sponsorship packages available for this event, including the headline sponsor who will have the honour of playing a round of golf with first team manager Terry Brown.

To enter a team or for more information about sponsorship, please e-mail Commercial Manager Keith McGuinness here or call 020 8547 3336.

Entries will be limited so we advise getting in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.



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Tuesday 20 September 2011
club news
Jamie Stuart on the Cheltenham win

Jamie Stuart was interviewed after Saturday's 4-1 win against Cheltenham. Click on Jamie after Cheltenham to hear the interview.



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Monday 19 September 2011
club news
Buy early for the Gillingham game

Based on initial demand, we expect the Gillingham game on 1 October to be a sell out. The game is, in any event, all-ticket for all fans, so we urge you to buy your ticket as early as possible.

There are likely to be a small number of seat tickets available, with priority given to fans who are unable to stand throughout a game. Seat tickets can only be bought by post or in person - see later for prices.

Terrace tickets can be purchased by Dons fans in the following ways (Gillingham are selling their ticket allocation directly to their fans):

Online
Tickets can be bought from our online shop here. Tickets purchased online before Wednesday 28 September will be sent out in the post. Otherwise they will have to be collected from the club on the day of the game.

Tickets will be mailed at the buyer’s risk – no replacements can be offered. If you wish to have your tickets sent by recorded delivery you should order by post (see below).

In person
Tickets can be purchased from the club office between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm during the week.

By post
Applications should include an SAE plus a cheque for the relevant amount made payable to AFC Wimbledon Ltd and be sent to the following address:

Ticket Office
AFC Wimbledon
The Fans' Stadium - Kingsmeadow
422a Kingston Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey
KT1 3PB

If you would like your tickets to be sent by recorded delivery, please say so in a covering letter and enclose a further £2.

No tickets will be sold over the phone.

Prices - terrace tickets
Terrace tickets are on sale at the following prices: Adults £15; Over-65s, full-time students and unemployed £9; Under-16s £2.

Prices - seats
There will be a limited number of seats available and we will give priority to fans who are unable to stand througout at game. The following prices apply: Adults £17; Over-65s, full-time students and unemployed £10; Under-16s £6. Pleaee remember, seats can only be bought either in person or by post.


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Sunday 18 September 2011
club news
Cheltenham highlights on AFC Wimbledon TV

For highlights of yesterday's 4-1 win against Cheltenham, click on AFC Wimbledon TV - Cheltenham.



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Sunday 18 September 2011
club news
Terry upbeat after good win against Cheltenham

Terry Brown's post match interview can be seen by clicking on Terry after Cheltenham.

An audio-only version can be heard by clicking on Terry - audio only.


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Saturday 17 September 2011
club news
Dons bounce back with impressive victory

Wimbledon recovered from Tuesday night’s defeat to beat Cheltenham Town 4-1 today at Kingsmeadow.

Ricky Wellard, who returned to the starting line-up following suspension, opened the scoring with a header after 31 minutes. The lead was doubled five minutes before half-time when Danny Andrew turned Lee Minshull’s cross into his own net. Second half close range goals from Jack Midson and Rashid Yussuff put the Dons 4-0 up before Darryl Duffy scored a late consolation for the visitors.

Next up for Wimbledon is a trip to Bradford next Saturday before the all-ticket game against Gillingham a fortnight today.

A full report can be read on the match page


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Saturday 17 September 2011
club news
Bar and ticket news for today's game

We are likely to have a small number of seat tickets available for today's game against Cheltenham. As usual, they will go on sale from the kiosk in the main lobby from about 1.30 pm.

Meanwhile, estimates of the number of Cheltenham fans coming to the game mean that they have been allocated the northernmost part of the John Smith's terrace and Dons fans will be able to spread further along the stand than usual. As a result, although advance sales to Dons fans are high, we are confident that we will be able to accommodate demand and also give fans more room.

We are continuing to make changes to the way we run the bars in an attempt to speed up service. The temporary bars will be operating in the main bar today and some other changes should help you to be served more quickly.


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Saturday 17 September 2011
club news
Northampton highlights

Highlights of Tuesday night's game against Northampton Town can be seen by clicking on Northampton highlights.



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Friday 16 September 2011
club news
Cheltenham ticket latest

The Dons game tomorrow against Cheltenham is not all-ticket. Due to Wimbledon supporters being allocated a larger proportion of the John Smiths terrace we are expecting to have sufficient terrace tickets available on the turnstiles for supporters who wish to pay on the day. Supporters who wish to purchase terrace tickets in advance and collect them tomorrow can book them through our online ticket shop and collect them from the advanced ticket collection window prior to kick-off.

We are also hoping to have a small number of seat ‘returns’ available to purchase. Should they become available they will be sold from the booth in the foyer of the Paul Strank Stand from about 1.30 pm.


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Friday 16 September 2011
dons trust news
Dave Anderson Brings Along Some Old Friends

The Fundraising Team are pleased to announce that Dave Anderson will be joined on the evening of the 14 October by crowd favourites Roscoe Dsane and Rob Ursell.

Rob Ursell is surely one of the most skillful players to wear the AFC Wimbledon shirt and his tricks earned him the nickname 'The Wizard'. Rob currently plays his football in Cyprus and represents England as a member of the National Futsal Team.

Roscoe Dsane started his football career as a junior with Crystal Palace before joining Aldershot via Southend and Woking. Roscoe scored 24 goals at The Rec in 51 appearances for Terry Brown's team of that time. in 2006 he joined AFC Wimbledon, again scoring at an impressive ratio of 17 goals in 35 games for the Dons.

Tickets for what promises to be an entertaining evening will be on sale from the Dons Trust table before tomorrow's game against Cheltenham Town. They are priced at £20 each, or £175 for a table of 10. This includes entry, a hot and cold buffet and a chance to hear Dave, Rob and Roscoe speak about their football careers. The dress code is casual and there will be a cash bar available until midnight.

Alternatively, if you are not attending Saturday’s game please send a cheque for the appropriate number of tickets, plus your contact details (name, address and either telephone number or email address), to 'An Evening with Dave Anderson', c/o Mark Davis, 20 Rayleigh Road, London, SW19 3RF. Cheques should be made payable to The Dons Trust.


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Friday 16 September 2011
club news
Carvery + seat packages still available for tomorrow

The carvery opens for lunch before the Cheltenham game this Saturday, 17 September.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 12pm.

Cost: £25 (carvery only) or £45 (including a ticket for Paul Strank Stand)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.



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Thursday 15 September 2011
club news
Cheltenham preview

The game against Cheltenham gives the Dons a chance to get Tuesday night's home defeat out of their systems and get the season back on track. Manager Terry Brown has been watching the DVD of the game and picking out the lessons for Saturday's game.

"Having had the opportunity of watching Tuesday night's video I was pleasantly surprised to find that we didn't play quite as badly as I remembered from the night before. It is true that the result was horrific - no manager wants to lose 3-0 at home - but I thought the manner in which we conceded the goals was somewhat of a one-off and some of our approach play and play in general was as good as we have played this season.

"It is fair to say that I am still not convinced about any particular system and whatever system we employ on Saturday the midfield has to win more of their battles and create and score more goals.

"Although it is difficult to find many highlights in a 3-0 defeat, I was particularly pleased with Callum McNaughton's home debut against a very difficult opponent and fine games by Sammy Moore and Kieran Djilali bode well for the future.

"We know this league is going to be a lot more difficult that the Conference and we will certainly suffer more defeats than we've been used to over the last nine years, but what will be really important will be how we deal with those defeats and hopefully move on to a higher level of performance.

"Saturday's game against an in-form Cheltenham side will give us the opportunity to bounce back as quick as we can. Cheltenham's strengths are similar to Northampton's with quick decisive counter-attacking play with fast wingers and a settled and established side.

"Regarding injuries, Mat Mitchel-King is still suffering from a swollen ankle and is not yet ready to resume training - we hope that will happen next week. Charles Ademeno is a slight doubt but otherwise with Brett Johnson reporting that he is OK now, everyone is available - although we won't be rushing Fraser Franks back after such a long lay off.

"Your support on Tuesday was brilliant as ever. Please keep the faith as the boys really appreciated it and with such tough games it is more valuable than ever."

Saturday sees the return of Kaid Mohamed, one of the play-off final heroes. He has settled in well at Cheltenham and has started every league game, with two goals to his credit so far.

Cheltenham currently sit in fifth place after a week in which they beat Macclesfield at home and then got a creditable draw at Torquay, when they might have got more from the game - and of course they were the first team to beat Crawley in the league this season, after racing into a three goal lead.

Tickets for the game are selling strongly and fans are once again urged to buy in advance, either on line or by visiting the office between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on Friday.


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Thursday 15 September 2011
dons trust news
Dons Trust members vote - Match day charity collections

We are pleased to invite members of the Dons Trust to vote on which charities they would like to see benefit from a collection before a future match at The Cherry Red Records Fans' Stadium – Kingsmeadow.

At the start of July we asked charities who wanted to be considered to submit a presentation to the club and you can find those who applied listed below. For more information on each charity please follow the link to their website.

To vote please send an email to info@afcwimbledon.co.uk including your Dons Trust membership number and list up to three charities from the list below you would like to nominate.

The closing date for members to vote is Friday 30 September.

Amber
The Amber Foundation helps young men and women aged 17-30 who have had a difficult start in life. Amber's residential centre in Surrey is giving these young people the chance to move on from the troubles in their past. They engage them in a programme of activities that help build up their skills, experience and confidence which will help them become more employable when they leave.
Amber website

Born Too Soon
Born Too Soon is a registered charity set up in 1985 attached to the Neonatal Unit at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust caring for families with both small preterm babies and unwell newborn infants.
Born Too Soon website

The Children's Trust
The Children's Trust provides care, education, therapy and rehabilitation to children with multiple disabilities, complex health needs and acquired brain injury.
The Children's Trust website

Crisis
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. They are dedicated to ended homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change
Crisis website

Horse Rangers Association
The Horse Rangers Association (HRA) is a voluntary, uniformed organisation which supports the personal development of children and young people by teaching them how to ride and care for horses, especially those who would not otherwise have this opportunity. Children gain skills and knowledge, but more importantly they are encouraged to develop responsibility, resilience, care for others and teamwork skills, and to learn the value of hard work and commitment.
Horse Rangers Association website

Humanity First
Humanity First is an independent aid agency registered in 38 countries In the last 5 years, Humanity First has assisted over 400,000 victims of disasters in Haiti, Pakistan, Japan, USA, Kenya, Guatemala and many other countries. Humanity First has a number of global programmes aimed at skills transfer around healthcare, education, vocational training, water infrastructure and agriculture.
Humanity First website

Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan is one of Britain’s biggest and well-loved charities but we also work at a local level. For example, they have now fully funded a Haemato-oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist, a Palliative Clinical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Skin Cancer Clinical Nurse Specialist at St. George’s Hospital. This year they are also the Mayor of Kingston’s nominated charity.
Macmillan Cancer Support website

Morden Little League
Morden Little League provides free football to in excess of 650 boys and girls aged between 7 and 13 years each Saturday morning.
Morden Little League website

My Voice London
My Voice London is a small charity based in Merton that has been working in Merton and Kingston for twenty years helping local young people who are struggling with a wide variety of complications. Examples include being in care, having drug or alcohol addicted parents, having addiction troubles themselves, being in trouble with the police or simply trying to overcome the challenges that face children today.
My Voice London website

NSPCC
The NSPCC is inspired by a belief that they can make a difference for all children. They aim to end cruelty to children in the UK. Even if it takes many generations to realise it, they achieve much more for children by having this inspirational vision.
NSPCC website

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability is a national medical charity based in Putney. They care for some of the UK’s most profoundly disabled people, most of whom are unable to walk, talk, eat or even move unaided, typically as the result of an accident, injury, stroke or illness. They need to raise £2million each year to continue being able to provide our patients with the best in assessment, treatment, therapy and care, for example technology that allows communication using only the blink of an eye, or hydrotherapy which encourages a paralysed patient to move.
Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability website

Royal Marsden Cancer Charity
The Royal Marsden Cancer Charity raise money to help The Royal Marsden provide world-class care for cancer patients, and to support the hospital’s pioneering work in cancer research and education. By supporting The Royal Marsden, they aim to help make life better for people with cancer everywhere, and strive for a future without it.
Royal Marsden Cancer Charity website

Street Child Africa
Street Child Africa work directly with 12 local partner organisations throughout Africa to help children living and working on the streets. Their partners meet with children on the streets, have drop-in centres, residential centres, provide education and apprenticeships and help them go back to their families and communities.
Street Child Africa website

True Volunteer Foundation
TVF is a unique, award winning educational charity. They were formed about the same time as AFC Wimbledon and built on similar principles. No one at TVF gets paid or can even claims back expenses. Therefore every penny Wombles donate will go to disadvantaged youth in Merton and Kingston. They jointly implement projects with organisations like The Holly Lodge Centre, Grenfell Housing Association and are also working on a historical project related to Wimbledon F.C. Projects include working with unemployed teenagers, special needs kids, volunteering days out and much more.
True Volunteer Foundation website

Wimbledon Supporters Group of Marie Curie Cancer Care
The newly formed Wimbledon Supporters Group of Marie Curie Cancer Care is an official supporters group dedicated to raise funds for, and awareness of, Marie Curie Cancer Care's work.
Marie Curie Cancer Care website



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Wednesday 14 September 2011
dons trust news
Dons Draw results for September

The September Dons Draw took place after the game at Kingsmeadow last night.

Winning numbers were drawn in the presence of Sean McLaughlin (Dons Trust Treasurer) Neil Messenbird (Dons Draw Administrator) and Varney Constantinou.

The winning ticket numbers and prizes for this draw were as follows:

First prize of £1,000 - ticket 1007 - Paul Harris - SE26

Second prize of £500 - ticket 1021 - Tina Massey - SM1

Third prize of £250 - ticket 4282 - Geoffrey Carton-Kelly - SW19

Fourth prize of £150 - ticket 3555 - Garry Kingston-Lynch - CR7

Fifth prize of £100 - ticket 2687 - Paul Raymond - SW17

Sixth prize of £75 - ticket 3171 - Colin Wise - SM5

Congratulations to all six prize winners.

The next Dons Draw will take place on or around 15 October 2011 with the results being posted on the AFC Wimbledon official web site soon after the draw has taken place.

We are again paying out a massive £2,075 this month in prizes!

If you want a chance of winning one of these prizes, but, still haven't entered, or if you have already entered the draw but would like to increase your chances of winning by taking a few more numbers, then why not do so now?

You can sign up online to the Dons Draw or download an application here or to increase your tickets email us here.

The deadline for new entrants to the October 2011 Dons Draw is 8.00 pm on 30 September.

Any questions you may have can be answered by contacting the Dons Draw team here or by clicking here.


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Wednesday 14 September 2011
club news
Luke Moore on Northampton

Luke Moore was interviewed after last night's game. The interview can be heard by clicking here.


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Wednesday 14 September 2011
club news
Carvery + seat packages still available for Cheltenham game

The carvery opens for lunch before the Cheltenham game this Saturday, 17 September.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 12pm.

Cost: £25 (carvery only) or £45 (including a ticket for Paul Strank Stand)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.



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Wednesday 14 September 2011
club news
AFC Wimbledon TV - Terry after Northampton

An interview with Terry Brown following last night's game against Northampton Town can be seen by clicking on Terry after Northampton.

An audio-only version can be heard by clicking here.


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Tuesday 13 September 2011
club news
Arrive early tonight to collect your pre-ordered tickets

With over 300 collections due by fans taking advantage of the Sun ticket promotion, and a very high level of pre-buying online, we urge fans to arrive early tonight to collect your tickets.

There will be a separate collection point for fans taking advantage of the Sun offer - please look out for the signs. All other pre-bought tickets should be collected, as usual, from the ticket window.


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Tuesday 13 September 2011
dons trust news
Get your tickets tonight for the Evening with Dave Anderson

The Fundraising Team would like to inform supporters that they will be able to purchase tickets for An Evening with Dave Anderson before and after the Northampton game tonight.

Tickets will be on sale in the Back Bar and are priced at £20 each, or £175 for a table of 10. This includes entry, a hot and cold buffet and a chance to hear Dave speak about his time with the Dons as well as his other achievements in football. The dress code is casual and there will be a cash bar available until midnight.

Last year the Evening with Simon Bassey was a sell out and, therefore, we suggest you buy early to avoid disappointment. Alternatively, if you are not attending Tuesday’s game please send a cheque for the appropriate number of tickets, plus your contact details (name, address and either telephone number or email address), to Evening with Dave Anderson, c/o Mark Davis, 20 Rayleigh Road, London, SW19 3RF. Cheques should be made payable to The Dons Trust.


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Tuesday 13 September 2011
club news
Callum and Kieran on joining the Dons

After Saturday's game at Aldershot we took the opportunity to talk to two recent recruits, Callum McNaughton and Kieran Djilali.

You can hear their interviews by clicking on Callum McNaughton and Kieran Djilali respectively.


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Monday 12 September 2011
first team news
Northampton Town preview

After overseeing a light morning's training, Terry Brown, Stuart Cash and Simon Bassey all went to watch a team comprising players from the first team squad and from the development squad play Reading at their training ground. Marcus Gayle managed the team while Reading fielded a team that included seven or eight players from their first team squad.

The young Dons team came out of the game with credit, losing 3-1, and Terry was very pleased with their performance. "Brendan Kiernan stood out for us, giving their defence a very testing time and scoring our goal. It was also good to see Fraser Franks back in action - he had an hour and looked very composed. James Mulley also got 60 minutes of game time as part of his recovery programme and he isn't far away now.

"After a shaky start, when we let in two simple goals in the first ten minutes, the defence settled down and we took the game to Reading. We looked dangerous every time we went forward which was very pleasing. For the last twenty, we had several of the development squad on the pitch and they did us proud, taking the game to Reading for the last fifteen minutes.

"Looking forward to tomorrow night's game, I think we already know that every game in this league will be tough and Northampton Town will be no exception. Their away record is good and they seem to have found it easier to score away from home than at home, which is a warning for us. They also had a fine win at Ipswich in the Carling Cup, so we know we are in for a game.

"As for us, I spoke to the squad at length this morning, just to make sure they understand how disappointed I was with the performance on Saturday. We have recruited players who can play the ball around and that is what I want them to do again, starting tomorrow night.

"There was no doubt that they all put a shift in on Saturday and one or two players suffered injuries as a result. Sammy Moore is doubtful after taking a knock on the head but while Jamie Stuart suffered a cut that needed four stitches, he will be ready, sporting a very colourful black eye as well as his stitches. We especially need Jamie as Brett Johnson continues to be doubtful for the game.

"I am not going to make sweeping changes as I know these lads can play football the way we want it played, but there may be one or two. The fixtures don't sewm to have thrown up as many midweek games this season as we faced last year, but this is a big week for us, with two home games in quick succession, which gives us a chance to build on our good points tally for thw season so far."

As indicated on the club's web site early on Monday, ticket sales are very strong for the game and while there will be terrace tickets on sale on the door, all the seats have gone - unless there are some late returns. We continue to recommend fans to buy tickets in advance, to speed up entry into the stadium and to guarantee your place on the terraces.


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Monday 12 September 2011
club news
Last few carvery + seat packages available for tomorrow night

The carvery opens for dinner before the Northampton game tomorrow night.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 5pm.

Cost: £25 (carvery only) or £45 (including a ticket for Paul Strank Stand)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.


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Monday 12 September 2011
club news
Northampton ticket update

Tickets for the Northampton game tomorrow night are selling well and we expect a large attendance. We believe that some tickets will be available on the evening of the game.

If you wish to book in advance you can do so in the following ways:

. through the online ticketing system. Any tickets booked through this will be held for collection on the night of the game.

. by visiting the club's office between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm today or 9.30 am and 4.00 pm tomorrow.

We regret that we cannot sell tickets over the phone.

Away fans

Northampton fans can book through our online ticket shop and collect tickets on the night of the game. All remaining tickets will be made available to buy on the turnstiles tomorrow night.

An update on each stand is as follows:

Paul Strank stand (Seated)

All the tickets we had for this stand are now sold out. We are hoping to have some 'returns' from season ticket holders and we will attempt to make any returned tickets available for purchase on the night of the game. We will not be offering any more seat tickets for sale in advance.

Tempest End

The Tempest End is sold out

John Smith's stand and Kingston Road End terraces

Tickets are available for the home sections of both of these stands. They can be bought online, or by visting the club's offices as explained above.

Prices

Terraces

Adults £15
Concessions £9
Under 16s £2

Please note that anyone with a discounted price ticket may be asked to provide photo id as proof of entitlement to the reduced price - failure to do so will mean being required to pay the adult price.



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Monday 12 September 2011
club news
Ticket arrangements for Gillingham

Our home league game against Gillingham on Saturday 1 October, kick-off 3.00 pm, will be an all-ticket game for all fans.

Terrace tickets
Terrace tickets are now on sale at the following prices: Adults £15; Over-65s, full-time students and unemployed £9; Under-16s £2.

Seats
There will be a limited number of seats available at the following prices: Adults £17; Over-65s, full-time students and unemployed £10; Under-16s £6. These can only be bought either in person or by post.

Terrace Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

Online
Tickets can be bought from our online shop Terry on Aldershot and then clicking on 'open'.


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Friday 09 September 2011
first team news
Callum comes in on loan

Late this afternoon, Terry Brown announced that he has signed 19-year-old West Ham centre back Callum McNaughton on loan for a month.

Terry said of his signing "I was first alerted to Callum McNaughton by a good friend of mine, David Lee. Having done a bit of research with Ian Hendon at West Ham, Simon Bassey and I took the opportunity to watch him against Queens Park Rangers earlier this week.

"Callum had a fine game marking Heidar Helgusson. He won a number of aerial battles with him and this has proved an ideal opportunity to bring the lad in for a month to cover the fact that we have two centre halfs currently unavailable and a heavy work load during September.

"Callum trained very well with the squad today. We have very considerately arranged that we play Aldershot tomorrow, to give him an early opportunity to get revenge for his West ham debut in the Carling Cup where he was unfortunate enough to be sent off for a second yellow!

"Coming out of West Ham you would expect Callum's distribution to be good and after watching him play I would also say that his aerial ability is one of his main strengths. I am sure he will do very well for us in his time here."


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Friday 09 September 2011
club news
Terry and his team look forward to going back to The Rec

Tomorrow is nostalgia day for almost the entire Dons management team as five of them return to The Rec for the game against Aldershot.

Terry Brown was, of course, manager at Aldershot for almost exactly five years taking them to promotion into the Conference National followed by two seasons when they reached the play offs before losing on penalty shoot outs.

When Terry joined Aldershot he 'inherited' Stuart Cash who had already been there for three years, having joined when George Borg was manager. Stuart left to go to Lewes when Aldershot went full time as he couldn't make enough time available at that stage in his career.

The longest serving member of the Aldershot backroom team was goalkeeping coach Paul Priddy who was there from the date the club was reformed in 1992 and left only a couple of seasons ago. Then there is Paul Shrubb, Wimbledon's scout. Paul was there as a player and as an assistant manager over a five year period.

Finally, Simon Bassey was at Aldershot immediately before joining the Dons in our first season. Simon left before Terry arrived and played for George Borg during his time at the Rec.

While Terry and his management team are clearly looking forward to their return, it won't distract them from the job in hand, as Terry made clear earlier this afternoon.

"I know that myself and all the coaching staff are really looking forward to Saturday's visit to Aldershot. For me, it is certainly the first fixture that I look for prior to the campaign starting.

"Having spoken to all of our coaching staff, without doubt they all have happy memories of their time at The Rec and providing we can take away all three points it will certainly be a special day for everyone!

"We have one or two injury doubts re the side for Saturday, with question marks concerning Brett Johnson, Jack Midson and Charles Ademeno. I am hopeful of being able to bring in a loan centre half to cover any problems with reference to Brett and, of course, Mat Mitchel-King. On the good side, Fraser Franks makes his first appearance of the season with Marcus Gayle's young lads on Saturday and he should be fit and available for first team selection within the next two or three weeks.

"Having looked at Aldershot's recent form - unbeaten in four, including a fine Carling cup win against West Ham - I don't think there is any doubt that there will be much to choose between the sides on Saturday. For those of our players who haven't sampled the unique atmosphere of The Rec, I am sure they will enjoy the atmosphere and playing surface. And, as at all away games this season, I am looking forward to hearing the huge noise from our travelling supporters. It should be a terrific day."


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Friday 09 September 2011
club news
KingsmeadowLive! presents Guns2Roses tonight!

The world's leading Guns n Roses tribute band, Guns2Roses, play KingsmeadowLive! tonight.

Doors open at 7.30 pm and the bar closes at 1.00 am.

Tickets cost £8 in advance or £10 on the door.

To buy tickets, click here.


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Friday 09 September 2011
club news
Last call for the fans' coach for Aldershot

There are a few spaces available on the fans' coach to Aldershot. The cost is £10 and the coach will leave from The Grove at 12.45 pm and from the Cherry Red Records Fans' stadium at 1.15 pm on Saturday.

Places can be booked through our online ticket shop. Alternatively, bookings can be made by contacting the club office on 020 8547 3528 between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on Thursday or Friday.


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Friday 09 September 2011
club news
Another high attendance forecast for Tuesday's game against Northampton Town

A very high level of advanced sales indicates that there will be another large attendance for Tuesday's game against Northampton Town. To be sure of your place, and to help fans get into the stadium quickly, we strongly recommend that you buy your ticket in advance.

The simplest way to buy tickets is to do so online, by clicking on online tickets.

Fans who want to be sure of seeing every game can still buy a season ticket for the John Smith's terrace or the Kingston Road end terrace.

We are offering these season tickets at a discount (except for under 16s) from the full terrace season price as follows:

Adults £230
Concessions £140
Young adult £70
Under 16 £25

Fans who wish to pay by direct debit may do so by paying a one off payment followed by seven equal instalments.

We recommend that you buy your season ticket now to ensure that it includes the Northampton and Cheltenham games. You can find out how to download a season ticket application form and direct debit instructions by clicking on season tickets.

For guidance and advice, please phone 020 8547 3528 between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays.


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Thursday 08 September 2011
club news
Lee Minshull and Gareth Gwillim interviewed

In anticipation of tomorrow's game against Aldershot we look back on last Saturday's remarkable win against Port Vale with interviews with Lee Minshull and Gareth Gwillim.

Click on Lee Minshull to hear Lee and Gareth Gwillim for Gareth.


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Thursday 08 September 2011
club news
Only 80 Aldershot tickets left - but spaces are available on the fans' coach

There are now only 80 tickets left for the Aldershot game. Please note that Dons fans cannot pay for entry on the day of the game.

All 80 tickets are for the teraces and prices are:

Adults £17
Concessions (Over 60s) £13
Students £10
Under-16s £5

Children under the age of seven go free but do require a ticket.

At this late stage, tickets can be purchased by buying in person from the club offices between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays. We regret that we cannot sell tickets by phone.

We still have spaces on the fans' coach, which costs £10 and will leave from The Grove at 12.45 pm and from the Cherry Red Records Fans' stadium at 1.15 pm.

Seats for the coach can be booked through our online ticket shop. Alternatively, bookings can be made by contacting the club office on 020 8547 3528 between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on Thursday or Friday.


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Wednesday 07 September 2011
club news
Kit sponsorship still available for 11/12 season

We still have several players available for kit sponsorship the 2011/12 season.

Kit sponsorship is a great way of showing your support for the club, either as a fan or on behalf of your business.

The kit sponsorship package includes:

- Your name in the match programme and on the club’s website for the season
- An invitation to the kit sponsors dinner at the end of the season
- A shirt signed by the player you sponsor at the end of the season

For more information about cost and availability, please e-mail the commercial department at here or call 020 8547 3336.




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Tuesday 06 September 2011
cfs news
CFS football coaching sessions starting this Saturday

The AFC Wimbledon CFS term-time Saturday football coaching sessions start this weekend. The sessions available are:

Saturday Football Club
Wimbledon Park
10.00 am – 11.30 am for boys and girls ages 4-14

Future Dons
Kings College London Sports Ground
10.00 am – 11.30 am for boys and girls in school years ‘Reception’ and ‘Year 1’

More information on these sessions can be found by clicking on the Community Football Scheme web site CFS coaching courses - information or by clicking on the ‘Community’ tab at the top of this website.

You can also follow the CFS on Twitter at @afcwimbledoncfs


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Tuesday 06 September 2011
club news
Watch England vs Wales on the HD big screens tonight

England, top of the table in Group G on goal difference, play their second Euro 2012 qualifier of the new season against Gary Speed’s Wales at Wembley tonight.

Come and watch the game at the club and you can see it on the big screen, in all its HD glory. The bar will be open from 6:30pm.

Wales have it all to do against an English side out to complete a Group G double over their neighbours. The teams met at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium in March with England winning 2-0 to secure three Group G points. John Terry was skipper and Frank Lampard (penalty) and Darren Bent scored the goals inside the first 15 minutes.

England and Wales have now clashed exactly 100 times on the football field with England winning 65 of the contests. Wales made 16 visits to the old Wembley but this will be their first appearance at the new stadium.



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Monday 05 September 2011
club news
AFC Wimbledon Golf Day

The AFC Wimbledon Golf Day, taking place at Malden Golf Club on Wednesday 28 September, which means it is only just over three weeks away.

The day will start off with bacon rolls served with tea or coffee followed by 18 holes of golf with a tee time of 10.30am onwards. The format will be a team score based on the best 3 of 4 Stapleford scores. There will also be a competition for the best individual score with prizes for first, second and third places, as well as prizes for longest drive and ‘nearest the pin’.

A buffet meal will be served in the clubhouse on completion of each team’s round and there will be a prize giving ceremony once everyone has completed their round.

Entry costs £350 for a team of 4 or £350 for a team of 3 to play with a celebrity. The celebrities will either be current Wimbledon players, coaching staff or former heroes. We are also giving non-golfers the opportunity to take part by being caddies for the day. No experience is necessary and the £30 caddy fee will be donated to the Dons Trust.

There will be several sponsorship packages available for this event, including the headline sponsor who will have the honour of playing a round of golf with first team manager Terry Brown.

To enter a team or for more information about sponsorship, please e-mail Commercial Manager Keith McGuinness here or call 020 8547 3336.

Entries will be limited so we advise getting in touch as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.




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Monday 05 September 2011
club news
How to make sure you don't miss the Northampton and Cheltenham games

We apologise to Dons fans who were unable to see the Port Vale game on Saturday because we sold out shortly after opening the turnstiles. To avoid disappointment in future we strongly recommend fans to buy tickets in advance.

Tickets for the Northampton game on Tuesday 13 September, and Cheltenham game on Saturday 17 September, are now available. the simplest way to buy tickets is to do so online, by clicking on online tickets.

Fans who want to be sure of seeing every game can still buy a season ticket for the John Smith's terrace or the Kingston Road end terrace.

We are offering these season tickets at a discount (except for under 16s) from the full terrace season price as follows:

Adults £230
Concessions £140
Young adult £70
Under 16 £25

Fans who wish to pay by direct debit may do so by paying a one off payment followed by seven equal instalments.

We recommend that you buy your season ticket now to ensure that it includes the Northampton and Cheltenham games. You can find out how to download a season ticket application form and direct debit instructions by clicking on season tickets.

For guidance and advice, please phone 020 8547 3528 between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays.


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Monday 05 September 2011
club news
Aldershot ticket update - only 200 left

Availability

There are now only 200 tickets left for the Aldershot game. Please note that Dons fans cannot pay for entry on the day of the game.

All 200 tickets are in the uncovered South Stand terrace. Prices are:

Adults £17
Concessions (Over 60s) £13
Students £10
Under-16s £5

Children under the age of seven go free but do require a ticket.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

Buying online

Tickets can be bought through our online shop by clicking on Aldershot tickets online. Tickets purchased on Monday and Tuesday 5 and 6 September will be sent out in the post. After that date they will have to be collected from the club by 5.00 pm on Friday 9 September.

Because of the variety of prices we can only sell to adults, concessions and under-16s in this way. For student tickets please call the office on 020 8547 3528

Tickets will be mailed at the buyer’s risk and no replacements can be offered. If you wish to have your tickets sent by recorded delivery you should order by post (see below).

Buying in person

Tickets can be purchased from the club offices between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays.

Buying by post

Applications should include a SAE and a cheque for the relevant amount made payable to ‘AFC Wimbledon Ltd’ and be sent to:

Ticket Office
AFC Wimbledon
The Fans’ Stadium - Kingsmeadow
422a Kingston Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey
KT1 3PB

If you would like your tickets to be sent by recorded delivery, please say so in a covering letter and enclose a further £2.


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Monday 05 September 2011
club news
Port Vale highlights on AFC Wimbledon TV

Saturday's game is now available on AFC Wimbledon TV. Click on Port Vale highlights to see it.


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Saturday 03 September 2011
club news
Terry after the Port Vale game

Terry Brown was interviewed after today's game against Port Vale and his interview can now be viewed on AFC Wimbledon TV. Click on Terry after Port Vale to see it.

For an audio-only version, click on Terry on Port Vale, audio-only.


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Saturday 03 September 2011
club news
Dons to play Stevenage in Johnstone's Paint Trophy

Wimbledon will be at home to Stevenage in the second round of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy. The game will be played in the week beginning 3 October.

This will be a repeat of the FA Cup second round last season. On that occasion Stevenage came out on top with a 2-0 victory.

Ticket prices and arrangements will be announced in due course.


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Saturday 03 September 2011
club news
Latest news about today's game

In addition to the changes announced in the separate news item dated 1 September, the following matchday arrangements are in place today. We start with things which are different from a usual matchday.

Tickets

Following the news item earlier today, we now have just over 100 terrace tickets available for today's game - the majority are in the Kingston Road End. You can still buy a ticket on line until 10.30 am but after that time you must buy on the gate. It almost goes without saying that if you plan to buy at the gate, you need to arrive early.

Parking

There is an athletics event taking place today and spaces in the car park will be in even greater demand than usual. We recommend that you travel by public transport if possible. If you do drive and want a car park space, please arrive earlier than usual. Alternatively, you can park in some of the surrounding streets but please do so considerately.

Aldershot tickets

Terrace tickets for the Aldershot match will be on sale after today's game from turnstiles 1 and 2.

We have 250 tickets available for sale. All of these are for the uncovered terrace. Please note that you will not be able to buy a ticket on the day of the game.

Bars

The bars will open at noon and are open only to Wimbledon fans both before and after the game.

After the game there will be a man of the match presentation in the main bar, along with an interview with the Wimbledon man of the match.

Food

The four outlets within the stadium will be operating from when the turnstiles open at 1.30 pm. From about 12.30 pm there will be a trailer in the car park selling burgers, hot dogs etc.

Segregation

Full segregation will be in place for the game, with Port Vale fans directed to the north end of the John Smith's stand.

Entering the ground

Port Vale fans will enter through turnstiles 7 and 8. These turnstiles are accessed via the access road behind the John Smith’s stand.

Wimbledon fans will enter via turnstiles 4, 5 and 6 for the Tempest End and the southern end of the John Smith’s stand (i.e. furthest away from the Kingston Road end). For the Kingston Road end, Wimbledon fans will enter via turnstiles 1, 2 and 3.

The Paul Strank stand must be entered via the lobby in the main entrance.


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Saturday 03 September 2011
club news
Ticket update for Port Vale game at 7.45 am on Saturday

After more ticket sales overnight, there are now only 140 terrace tickets left for AFC Wimbledon fans for today's game. These comprise 35 in the John Smith's stand and 105 in the Kingston Road End.

We urge Dons fans who plan to come to the game to buy their tickets online before 10.30 am to ensure access to the game. Tickets can be bought online by clicking on 'Buy tickets online here' on the front page of this site and collected from the ticket office before the game.


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Friday 02 September 2011
first team news
Dons to take the lessons of last week into the Port Vale game

The main focus of the week's training has obviously been on defence but with hardly any changes to the team so far this season, Terry Brown was keen to get some game time for the other first team players, which they did at Watford on Thursday afternoon - and Terry was very pleased with what he saw.

"As you may expect this week we have done plenty of work with the back four and generally worked on positive things that will hopefully give us a bit more bite against Port Vale. Whilst most of the first team trained on the Thursday, we also saw the introduction of our first development game which was played behind closed doors at Watford's training ground.

"The side that started was Jack Turner, Chris Bush, Mat Mitchel-King, Charlie Girdler and Ryan Jackson in defence. In midfield we had Reese Jones, James Mulley and Lee Minshull; while up front we had Kieran Djilali, Brendan Kiernan and Jerson Dos Santos.

"I have to say I was really impressed with all the players on the day and the first half in particular saw us race into a three goal lead. As with all of these games, the performance is much more important than the score line and at half time I was able to rest Lee Minshull, Chris Bush, who had picked up a knock, and unfortunately Mat Mitchel-King who only survived the first twenty minutes before a re-occurrence of his shin injury. I think he is still a couple of weeks away from being ready.

"The introduction of several of Marcus's youngsters also gave me the opportunity to look at their development and is a really good guide to where they are compared to our own first team squad. The game eventually ended up 4-3 to us although I remind you that the score is pretty academic compared to how we played.

"The front three in particular played exceptionally well and caused problems all afternoon for a young Watford side with a few more-senior players also in action.

"Looking forward to Saturday's game and having read the reports on Port Vale's last two games, you won't be surprised to hear me say it is going to be a tough afternoon. We emphasised to the players today the importance of fighting and scrapping for every ball and every point and with that in mind we will be fielding a very combative side.

"The players go into Saturday's game with a very positive mental attitude hopefully leading to our first home win of the season."


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Friday 02 September 2011
club news
Special offer for KingsmeadowLive! gig tomorrow night

KingsmeadowLive! is pleased to offer a special discount to Dons season ticket holders and Dons Trust members for tomorrow night’s gig featuring Long Tall Shorty with support from The Past Tense.

All you have to do is present your season ticket or Dons Trust membership card at the door and you will get a £3 discount off your entrance fee of £8.

Doors open at 7.30 pm, the show starts at 8.30 pm and the bar closes at 1.00 am.


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Friday 02 September 2011
club news
Aldershot tickets - now only South terrace remaining

Terrace tickets are now on general sale, limited to 4 per applicant, for our away game at Aldershot Town on Saturday 10 September, kick-off 3.00 pm. Seat tickets have already sold out.

It is important to note that the match is all ticket for Wimbledon supporters - fans must buy tickets in advance as there will be no tickets available on the day for Dons fans.

We have been allocated 1,141 terrace tickets (not all under cover), the first 750 of which were under cover in the East Stand but are now sold out. All remaining terrace tickets will be now be in the uncovered South Stand:

Terrace

Adults £17
Concessions (Over 60s) £13
Students £10
Under-16s £5

Children under the age of seven go free but do require a ticket.

Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:

Online

Tickets can be bought through our online shop here. Tickets purchased online up to five days before the match will be sent out in the post. Otherwise they will have to be collected from the club by 5.00 pm on Friday 9 September.

Because of the variety of prices you need to click on 'away terrace' for terrace tickets but we can only sell to adults, concessions and under-16s in this way. For student tickets please call the office on 020 8547 3528

Tickets will be mailed at the buyer’s risk and no replacements can be offered. If you wish to have your tickets sent by recorded delivery you should order by post (see below)

Port Vale game

Should any tickets be remaining they will be available after the game against Port Vale from turnstiles 1 and 2.

In person

Tickets can be purchased from the club offices between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm on weekdays.

By post

Applications should include a SAE and a cheque for the relevant amount made payable to ‘AFC Wimbledon Ltd’ and be sent to:

Ticket Office
AFC Wimbledon
The Fans’ Stadium - Kingsmeadow
422a Kingston Road
Kingston upon Thames
Surrey
KT1 3PB

If you would like your tickets to be sent by recorded delivery, please say so in a covering letter and enclose a further £2.


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Thursday 01 September 2011
club news
Changes in matchday arrangements for the Port Vale game

Following feedback from fans and from our matchday team about the first two home games of the season, we are makings some changes for Saturday's game against Port Vale.

We are re-assessing how we might be able to provide toilet facilities in the south east corner of the stadium. In the meantime, we are providing some portable toilets at the Tempest End and we will also be allowing home fans to use the bar toilets at half time - the bars will be open. Fans making use of these facilities at half time should be aware that they are liable to be searched as they re-enter the stadium; this may create queues and you should allow additional time to queue and re-enter the ground.

After reviewing our procedures, we are also withdrawing the requirement to remove tops from soft drinks bottles that are brought into (or bought in) the stadium. We have also clarified our policy re umbrellas - if an umbrella is used in such a way as to inconvenience other fans, the user will be instructed to stop using it.

Most other matchday arrangements remain unchanged but please note that concession and under 16 tickets (including season tickets) will be scrutinised and you may be asked for proof of entitlement to the reduced rate shown on your ticket. See the club statement dated 4 August for details of what constitutes acceptable proof. If you can’t provide proof you must pay the difference up to the full adult rate.

Finally, please note that it is highly unlikely that there will be any seats available for purchase on the day.


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Thursday 01 September 2011
club news
Port Vale ticket update

Tickets continue to sell well for the game this Saturday with Port Vale. We have fewer than 500 home terrace tickets remaining and we are strongly advising Wimbledon supporters to buy in advance of the game to guarantee entry.

Tickets can be bought in advance in the following ways:

. through the online ticketing system

. by visiting the club's office between 9.30 am and 5.00 pm today or tomorrow

Any remaining tickets will be available on the turnstiles on Saturday. Please check the arrangements that will appear on this website before the match.



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Thursday 01 September 2011
club news
Changes in arrangements for Port Vale supporters this Saturday

We would like to make Port Vale supporters aware that the game this Saturday will now be all ticket for away fans. This decision was taken after consultation with the police.

Away supporters who wish to come to the game can still buy tickets in advance through Port Vale, or alternatively through our online ticket shop.

Any tickets purchased through the online ticket shop will be held for collection on the day of the match.


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Thursday 01 September 2011
dons trust news
An evening with Dave Anderson - 14 October 2011

Following the success of last year’s Evening with Simon Bassey, the Fundraising Team is pleased to announce that Dave Anderson has agreed to be our guest of honour at a similar evening event, which is to be held at Kingsmeadow on Friday 14 October 2011.

As I’m sure most of you will be aware, Dave was appointed AFC Wimbledon’s manager in the summer of 2004 and enjoyed three years with the club. During his first year in charge Dave led the Dons to the Isthmian League Division One title and also won the Surrey Senior Cup, beating Walton and Hersham 2-1 in the final. This first season also included the second half of the English record breaking 78 game unbeaten run.

During his playing days Dave was a goalkeeper who represented Northern Ireland B, before retiring early due to injury. He went into management and prior to joining the Dons had considerable success with Hendon, including winning the Middlesex Senior Cup on three successive occasions.

After leaving AFC Wimbledon in May 2007, Dave has held a number of manager and assistant manager and roles. He is currently the manager of Harrow Borough as well being a regular on the BBC Non-League Show where his wit and charm (allied to the odd opinion or two!) has allowed him to carve out a media career.

Tickets for this event are priced at £20 each, or £175 for a table of 10. This will include entry, a hot and cold buffet and the chance to put your questions to Dave during what is likely to be a lively Q&A session. The dress code is casual and there will be a cash bar available until midnight.

To secure your tickets please visit the Dons Trust table at forthcoming home games or send a cheque for the appropriate number of tickets, plus your contact details (name, address and either telephone number or email address), to Evening with Dave Anderson, c/o Mark Davis, 20 Rayleigh Road, London, SW19 3RF. Cheques should be made payable to The Dons Trust.


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Thursday 01 September 2011
club news
Carvery open before Port Vale game this Saturday

The carvery returns before the Port Vale game on Saturday.

Carvery guests enjoy:

- A 3 course carvery including tea and coffee
- Drinks service direct to the tables
- Sky Sports/ ESPN on the high def screen
- A complimentary match programme and team sheet
- A pre-match briefing by Terry Brown

The carvery opens in the back bar at 12 noon.

Cost: £25 (carvery only) or £45 (including a ticket for Paul Strank Stand)

Tickets can be purchased by clicking here.


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