The Dons Trust AFC Wimbledon Club OwnersDons Trust Update

Kris Stewart to depart from Dons Trust Board to help out at AFC Wimbledon

Departure sees several other changes to key personnel

The AFCW PLC board has asked Kris to help out temporarily at AFC Wimbledon while the recruitment process for a new MD gets under way.

To ensure good governance and avoid any confusion over roles and responsibilities, Kris has immediately stepped down as a director both of The Dons Trust and all AFC Wimbledon group companies, including AFCW..

Graham StaceyAFC Wimbledon Women programme notes – What the future holds

Dons Trust Board member Graham Stacey wrote a piece for last weekend’s AFC Wimbledon vs Hashtag United programme, which we have produced in full below: The Dons Trust Board’s Graham Stacey talks about progress on and off the field   Football is the top participation sport for women and girls in England and, off the back of the Lionesses’ Euros victory, the popularity of the women’s game looks to be going through the roof. There’ll never be a better time..

Mick BuckleyDons Trust board appoints Mick Buckley as AFC Wimbledon Chair

The boards of the Dons Trust and AFCW PLC are pleased to announce that Mick Buckley has agreed to take on the role of AFC Wimbledon Chair, for a period of one year, at the conclusion of his current interim role.

Mick has been serving as chair of the football club on an interim basis since the departure of CEO Joe Palmer, having been a director of variously the Dons Trust, the football club and AFCW PLC over the..

AFC Wimbledon badgeMeeting invite: Moving forward with the new stadium

Supporters are invited to find out more about the new design for our stadium and how you can play a part in funding the return to Plough Lane.

Since the club’s reformation in 2002, we have worked together to both regain our football league place and to try and return to Wimbledon. We are now in the final stretch and will need your help to achieve the next chapter in our amazing story.

Join us on Monday 3 June when..

Portrait photo of Joe PalmerJoe Palmer takes over as Chief Executive Officer

The Dons Trust and AFC Wimbledon boards are delighted to announce the appointment of Joe Palmer, previously the club’s Chief Operating Officer, to the role of Chief Executive Officer, following the retirement of Erik Samuelson earlier this month.

Commenting on the Dons Trust board’s appointment of Joe to this role, Dons Trust Chair Mark Davis said:

“When we recruited Joe as Chief Operating Officer just over a year ago, it was very much with a view to him succeeding Erik..

AFC Wimbledon badgeClub badge: don’t forget to vote

Don’t forget that you’ve got until this Friday to cast your vote to help decide the club’s badge.

Members should by now have received information about the SGM scheduled for Wednesday 17 April, either by email or by post (according to your chosen communication method).

Voting on the badge is taking place ahead of the SGM and finishes on Friday 12 April at 5pm. You can remind yourself of the background to the vote.

If you’ve signed up for email..