AFC Wimbledon: Club Profile

From the fallout of the ‘other’ Dons’ move to MK, the rise of the ‘new’ Dons has been a tale of romance for many. MK Dons‘ relegation to League Two in 2018 was a huge waypoint in that journey; the point at which the balance shifted. And, now, AFC Wimbledon are closing in on a return to their spiritual home in the London Borough of Merton to boot.

Record vs Boro'


* league points only

Result-by-Result (Boro' Scoring First)

Tuesday 06 November 2018

Saturday 30 April 2016

Saturday 12 December 2015

Saturday 10 January 2015

Saturday 30 August 2014

Tuesday 14 August 2012

Tuesday 04 October 2011

Saturday 27 November 2010

Monday 05 April 2010

Monday 28 December 2009


Players For Us... and Them

Rocky BaptisteProfile
Tony BattersbyProfile
Ashley BayesProfile
Mark BeardProfile
Danny BlanchettProfile
Dean BrennanProfile
Drewe BroughtonProfile
Dannie BulmanProfile
Stuart CashProfile
Darius CharlesProfile
Fraser FranksProfile
Barry FullerProfile
Liam GeorgeProfile
Jason GoodliffeProfile
Giuliano GrazioliProfile
Byron HarrisonProfile
Sam HattonProfile
Lee KerseyProfile
Tom KingProfile
Dwane LeeProfile
Stacy LongProfile
Clark MastersProfile
Jack MidsonProfile
Sammy MooreProfile
Dean ParrettProfile
Dwayne PlummerProfile
Rob QuinnProfile
Steve SeddonProfile
Robin ShrootProfile
Connor SmithProfile
Tom SoaresProfile
Chris SullivanProfile
Steve WatsonProfile
Chris WhelpdaleProfile

Ground Information

Away Supporters' Stand:
Your Golf Travel Terrace

Facilities for Disabled Fans:
Disabled supporters pay the normal ticket price for the area of the ground they are entering; therefore the standard away fans admission price. However, personal assistants are given free entry.

If you require the use of a wheelchair, there are spaces located in five areas of the ground. For further details on access for disabled supporters, the club office will be happy to help on 020 8547 358.

Pre-Match Pintage:
We're told that away supporters are allowed into the two large bars under the main Paul Strank Stand, but there is a chance they could be reserved for home fans only if it's deemed that Stevenage is a sufficiently ''big'' game.

Otherwise, you'll find the Duke of Wellington and the Prince of Wales on the Kingston Road, while you might also be tempted to venture to nearby Kingston, New Malden or Teddington.

Travel Information – Distance: 65 miles

By Road:
As you can imagine with any ground located within the confines of the M25, it will be an absolute joy to drive down to south London. However, it isn't as bad as you would think as you are heading for Kingston-upon-Thames as opposed to Wimbledon - it'll still require a trip around the M25 but you won't need to penetrate London as much.

Exit the M25 at Junction 10 (yes, that means negotiating Heathrow) and follow the A3 northbound towards central London. Exit the A3 at the junction for New Malden and Worcester Park, bearing onto A2043 Maldon Road towards Kingston-upon-Thames. At the next roundabout, take the first exit to remain on the A2043 and this will ultimately lead you to Kingsmeadow.

Tools: AA Route Planner | Highways Agency

If you turn left just after the ground into Boundary Lane, it will lead to a car park bordering a small recreation ground. Check the terms before you park up, or alternatively seek street parking by turning right off the A2043 at the ground.

By Rail:

Leave the station via the rear exit upon arrival (that's the platform serving Kingston-bound services), and turn left down Norbiton Avenue. Turn right into Gloucester Road and continue walking down to Kingston Road. Turn left here, and Kingsmeadow should appear on the right. The walk is less than a mile and do-able in about 20 minutes.

Tools: National Rail | TfL Journey Planner