Colin ShergoldManifesto Colin Shergold

Proposers: John Ivers and Colin Dipple

One of the main reasons that I am standing in this election relates to the issue of fan ownership. Unlike many of you, whilst I am in favour of us remaining fan owned for the foreseeable future, I am not what I would describe as ‘evangelical’ about fan ownership. I am absolutely amazed at the success we have achieved as a fan owned club. To have reached League 1 and have built a..

Kris StewartManifesto Kris Stewart

Proposers:  Graham Stacey and Stephen Buck

About me: A Dons fan since 1986, I was chair of the Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association 2001-2002, founding Chairman of AFC Wimbledon in 2002 and have been on the Dons Trust board twice, most recently standing down in 2015. 

If I’m elected:

I’ll always argue – and vote – to ensure we remain in control of our club. And I’ll always tell you how I’ve argued and how I’ve voted. I will push..

Mark EngelbretsonManifesto Mark Engelbretson

Proposers: Peter Godfrey and David King

I have long had an association with supporting Wimbledon FC/AFC Wimbledon along with a general love of the beautiful game, which started way back in 1979 as a 4 year old. I regularly started to watch Wimbledon play at Plough Lane when we were promoted from Division 4 & began our meteoric rise to division 1. I had my first season ticket in division 3, I was there to witness us get promoted..

Dennis LowndesManifesto Dennis Lowndes

Proposers: Craig Wellstead and Roger Hobkinson

What AFC Wimbledon means to me:

That it should be fan-owned forever. 

What we have achieved on our journey from the lower reaches of non-league is nothing short of remarkable and has proved beyond doubt that fan ownership is no barrier to success. We have a magnificent new home; we have a wonderful community club; we have hundreds of boys and girls in our youth teams; we have successful men and womens’ teams; and..

Adam ProcterManifesto Adam Procter

Proposers:  Mark Lewis and Martin Drake

My family have a long connection with Wimbledon FC and AFC Wimbledon going back to the 1950s and currently 3 generations have season tickets.

I run a successful Games Design course at Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton. The course is designed to be unique, with a focus around Games for Good, Games for Positive Change and a working strategy to increase diversity in game-making. Last year, our students rated the course 100%..

Michele LittleManifesto Michele Little

Proposers: Graeme Price and David Rey

About Me

I first got the itch for Wimbledon in February 1989 in the FA Cup where we beat Grimsby 3-1. I never looked back.  My only complaint was the toilets, which even at Selhurst weren’t a great improvement! Football has always been my joy. I was the only girl in my primary school class collecting Panini stickers – I’m sure my grandad secretly wished I was a boy.  That never deterred me and..

Junior Dons LogoExclusive matchday offers for Junior Dons

Matchday exclusive opportunities for Junior Dons (JDs) are now available. All JDs have been mailed with some exclusive opportunities on a matchday including ball boy/girl, player walkout, flag bearers and reading out the team sheet. Full details are set out in the article below – if you are interested, please apply by following the instructions in the article.

Matchday Ball Boys/Girls

Are you aged 14-17 years old and would like to be pitchside and part of the AFC Wimbledon team..

The Dons Trust AFC Wimbledon Club Owners2021/22 Dons Trust Membership Renewals

As we are approaching the end of our membership year on 31 July, all current Dons Trust members will be receiving correspondence, either by email or post, with further details about how to renew.

The Dons Trust remains in control of AFC Wimbledon. Joining the Trust makes you a part-owner of AFC Wimbledon, with the same stake in the club as all other Trust members. Dons Trust membership continues to mean that you have voting rights, regardless of which category..

Pub name revealed

We can finally reveal the result you’ve all been waiting for – our new Plough Lane pub will be called The Phoenix.

And, to honour our legendary manager Allen Batsford, the main stadium road that leads into our new ground and behind our main West Stand, will be called The Batsford Way.

Dons Trust Board co-chair, Jane Lonsdale, said: “The pub name has triggered a lot of interest and debate. Thanks go to all the 1,541 DT members who voted..

Introducing Nick RobertsonNick Robertson – interview with club shareholder

Ahead of this evening’s online SGM, which starts at 19:30 BST, we spoke to Nick Robertson, who the Dons Trust Board is recommending for election to the PLC in a member vote tonight.

Watch the full interview:

The meeting will take place via Zoom. In order to participate, you will need to register by clicking here.

The meeting will be strictly restricted to Dons Trust members only. We will need to confirm you are a member before approving your..