Charlie TalbotManifesto Charlie Talbot

Proposers: Marc Jones and Roger Caley

Our club has achieved so much since 2002, thanks to the hard work of many people: board members, players, employees and volunteers. But it has largely done so because every time they have been asked, our fans have stepped u

p and gone above and beyond to ensure this extra-ordinary collective endeavour continues to defy the odds, confound the nay-sayers and prove that nothing is impossible when we all work..

Andy SilvesterManifesto Andy Silvester

Proposers: Joe Roberts and Nic Webb

Finally, we are back in Wimbledon. It’s now time for us to ensure we become part of the fabric of Wimbledon, a successful, well-run business in the heart of the community. 

This season, with fans still banned from attending games, I’ve watched a number of our games on a laptop with friends in the Alexandra pub in Wimbledon. It’s been remarkable the number of people who have toddled over to ask what game..

Elections AheadDons Trust Election Nominees 2020


On behalf of the Dons Trust Election Steering Group, I can confirm that the following have been nominated for the election to fill five places on the Dons Trust Board:

Luke Mackenzie Freddy Flaxman Xavier Wiggins Charlie Talbot Trevor Williams Andy Silvester Roger Hobkinson Niall Couper Hannah Kitcher Phil Moody Dennis Lowndes

(This is the order they will appear on the ballot paper following a random draw conducted by our independent scrutineer).

The ballot packs will go out on..

The letterbox challenge

Dons Trust Board member Anna Kingsley describes some of the hurdles and highlights of working behind the scenes to promote the Plough Lane Bond.

Mention the words “brush” and “letterbox” and you’ll trigger a visceral sense of frustration – hatred, even – in some people who are here today. Those fans are part of the army of volunteers who have been spreading word of the Plough Lane Bond, one leaflet at a time. Worse than the rain and the wind,..

Batsford ArmsFans Respond to call to Arms

Fans respond to call to Arms

Wimbledon stars past and present gathered at the Batsford Arms for the Plough Lane Lift-Off – a celebration of everything achieved so far on the Plough Lane Bond.

First team players including Will Nightingale, Jack Rudoni and Anthony Hartigan mingled with AFCW Ladies stars including club captain Hannah Bellingham, while both management teams were represented by the likes of Glyn Hodges, Nick Daws, Mark Robinson and Kevin Foster. There to talk about the club’s..

Special General Meeting of The Dons Trust

The next SGM of the Dons Trust, will be held at 7.30pm on 19 March at theCherry Red Records Stadium.

The Dons Trust exercises its formal control over AFC Wimbledon though a controlling shareholding in AFCW PLC, which in turn owns all the shares in AFC Wimbledon. The SGM will consider some formal resolutions and business relating to AFCW PLC, in advance of the AGM of AFCW PLC. These include, in particular, approval of AFCW PLC’s accounts for the year..

An update from the Dons Trust Board – March 2020

As we enter March we want to take the opportunity to update fans and members about a few positive developments in and around the Club which you may or may not be aware of.

First, as part of the DTB’s commitment to increased fan engagement, we have sent out a ticketing survey seeking your views on everything from child pricing to Season Ticket perks for adults. The email is going out to more than 10,000 people, and we know such..