Update on the Plough Lane Bond

Amidst the recent flurry of activity on debentures, we take this opportunity to provide a brief update on the Plough Lane Bond.

Few supporters will need reminding of the extraordinary success of the Plough Lane Bond, which rapidly raised over £5 million for the stadium financing following its launch in January. Our thanks go to everyone who bought bonds and to the small band of individuals who put in so much work to get it launched.

Understandably, subscriptions have slowed..

Show your love and invest in the Plough Lane Bond

The deadline for the Plough Lane Bond is fast approaching and while it has been a fantastic success so far (almost £4.1m raised) we urge all fans who are able to take part, either through the main bond website (for investments of £1,000 up) or the We Are Wimbledon Fund (for investments between £50 and £950), to drive the total to at least the £5m target we have set. So far the average investment has been £4,000 over a 7-year..

Celebrating AFC Wimbledon players and supporters either side of a text caption that says 'Lead us home'New stadium: crowdfunding updates

Looking for the latest news about the club’s crowdfunding to help finance our new stadium in Wimbledon? 

Visit the new stadium page of the club’s website for all the latest news, including two question-and-answer documents that will be updated as questions come in – one on the new stadium itself and one on the crowdfunding campaign.

AFC Wimbledon badgeSlowly but surely

Dons Trust Board vice-chair Rob Crane explains why there have been delays in making announcements about the progress of the crowdfunding initiative to help meet the cost of our new stadium.

Welcome back to the Cherry Red Records Stadium for the start of what, all being well, will be our final season here before returning home to Wimbledon – and what an amazing achievement that will be.

In 2002 we were told that AFC Wimbledon would not be “in 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..

Plough Lane street signNew stadium update – 5 April 2019

We have now given the official go-ahead for preliminary earthworks to start on the site of our new stadium. This is essential preparatory work and our contractors should be on site very soon, once they have mobilised their workforce and resources.

When the site was handed to us on 24 December, demolition work had already been completed and some initial ground-preparation work had been done. The work that is starting now – the first work on site since we gained..

New stadium update – February 2019

The Dons Trust board and the football club board held a joint meeting last week (13 February) so that Trust board members could be shown the latest core plans for the main west stand of the new stadium.

As well as the changing rooms, club office spaces and media facilities, the current plans envisage the main stand housing the new stadium’s main hospitality areas including a large corner bar, sit-down catering areas and executive boxes, plus a large fans’ zone…