Plough Lane Bond 2 will close in two weeks, having provided the funding required to complete construction of Plough Lane stadium. So there is still time to get any last orders in before the closing date: 10.10.22. The Plough Lane Bond has raised almost £9.5m across its two iterations at a composite interest rate of below 4%. Its launch allowed the stadium construction to continue on track for the club’s return in 2020 and the second tranche enabled the plc..
With Plough Lane stadium tours growing in popularity, we are looking to strengthen the Matchday Tour Guides team.
As vital fan ambassadors promoting our club, WiSH (Wimbledon in Sporting History) volunteer guides receive full training and support. When on matchday duty they would be required to conduct one tour, finishing in good time for kick-off.
If you are interested in finding out more or applying for the position, please contact WiSH head of operations, Rhys Torrington,..
Alan Cork and Kevin Cooper are the latest former players to show their support for the Greatest Story timeline.
Legendary striker Corky famously scored in every division of the league for Wimbledon, making more than 400 appearances and scoring 145 goals, lifting the FA Cup following the 1-0 win over Liverpool in 1988. Kevin Cooper was no slouch in front of goal himself, of course, hitting the back of the net an incredible 107 times in just 97 starts. Rumour..
Following on from last week’s statement on ticketing, The Dons Trust Board would like to update members.
In the first instance, extra support staff (including a volunteer from the DTB and a SecuTix systems specialist) have been drafted in to assist the back office team. This should mean the Club is now able to field more phone and email enquiries and be more proactive in making outbound calls.
We can also reconfirm that people who wanted a season ticket..
The Dons Trust Board is aware of many fans and members having difficulty buying season tickets and/or matchday tickets, or being charged an incorrect amount when purchasing tickets. This is clearly not acceptable.
We would therefore firstly like to take this opportunity to assure members that we have instructed the Club to work to rectify these issues as a matter of urgency.
The sale of match tickets is naturally a huge part of the core business of AFC Wimbledon..
New stadium, new home – and a whole new range of opportunities! Our return to Plough Lane is one of the greatest events in our proud history and the demand for season tickets is going to be higher than ever.
We are back, we are home, we are Wimbledon – so check out all our exciting options, including new price points for different age groups.
The priority window for Dons Trust members is now open and will run until..
As the end of the season approaches and we look forward to another series in League One, we’re getting in touch with an update for all of our Seedrs investors. Now that the stadium is completed and keys handed over, we’re at a stage where we can start to install all of the perks and rewards ahead of the start of the 2021/22 season.
Firstly, we just wanted to say thanks to everyone..
Here is an updated version of an email sent to members on Saturday. Early indications from the temperature test suggest members are broadly positive about discussions continuing with London Broncos – but there have been many questions and concerns, too. We can confirm that more detail will be shared shortly, and the potential deal will be discussed at the AGM on December 17. Crucially, we can also confirm that there will be a formal vote should the deal progress and..
The Dons Trust would like to once again iterate that everyone is welcome at Wimbledon games, and that the Club operates a zero tolerance approach to abuse – whether aimed at staff, players or fans.
With our move back to Plough Lane, ensuring that all members of our diverse community feel safe and welcome at our club is of paramount importance – particularly as we look to expand our fanbase.
In the same way that we hold our players to..
Some bondholders have kindly contacted the Dons Trust to ask about reducing the interest rate on their bond or waiving interest payments.
The DT are very grateful to bondholders who have suggested this, recognising the change in the financial landscape since the Bond was launched. We cannot, however, do it at this late stage as it will create considerable administrative complexity (bearing in mind that these are 5, 10 or 20-year loans with agreed terms and conditions).
However, if you..