Wimbledon Travel Guide

If you’re one of the 900-plus making our first trip to Plough Lane for 33 years tomorrow, make sure you read Kristine Green useful travel guide first.

What colour kit will the team be wearing?
We’re in black and white for this game.

What’s the ticket information?
We’ve sold over 900 tickets, which is incredible! Any tickets uncollected will be available from the office outside of turnstile 6. Please note that these will be taken down on the day so will not be available to collect much before turnstiles open.

Tickets are still available online and from our Ticket Office until 3pm today. If you haven’t had your tickets delivered yet, we advise that you wait until after 2pm before contacting us on 01472 605050.

How do I get to the ground?
Postcode for the ground is SW17 0NR.

Due to a lack of parking, AFC Wimbledon advise fans to consider using public transport to get to the ground.

What stand are we in?
We’re located in the Cherry Red Stand with entry via turnstile 6 or 7.

What time do turnstiles open?
Turnstiles will open at 11am.

Where is the best place to park?
Incredibly limited around the ground with several parking restrictions and permit only roads. AFC Wimbledon recommend parking outside of the area and then using public transport. The nearest tube station is on the Northern Line, where some more northern tube stations will have car parks.

The closest paid car park to the ground is on Queen’s Road, SW19 8YD. Although this is a good 30-minute walk from the ground.

Is there any disabled parking?
The Club has 8 disabled bays just off site for away fans that have blue badges. These must be booked directly by emailing dlo@afcwimbledon.ltd.uk

What is the nearest train station to the stadium and what is the approximate distance and walking time?
The ground has very good transport links with Earlsfield Station (connects to Waterloo) (20-minute walk), Haydons Road (Thameslink and Southern) (15-minute walk) and Tooting Broadway (Northern Line on the tube) (25-minute walk) all in the area.

Recommended pubs for away fans?
Possibly information for post-game due to early KO – The pub located at the ground is home fans and local pubs enforce a strict policy of home fans only. The nearest pub for away fans is usually The Earlsfield beneath Earlsfield Station – which is around half a mile/20 minute walk away but at is doesn’t open till 12pm, it’s maybe a post-match visit.

Food available in the area?
There’s a Tesco Express on the corner of Summerstown and Garratt Lane. Across the road is the stadium café. Other outlets on Garratt Road as you head towards Earlsfield station include the Double Bubble Café, an Italian restaurant and other takeaways including fried chicken.

Where is the nearest cash machine to the Stadium?
Tesco Express has a free to use cash machine.

What food and drink is available in the concourse at the stadium?
Usual football food, there is a bar serving alcohol. The stadium is cashless so card/contactless.

Is a programme available?
A printed programme is available priced at £3.00. These are available from the ticket collection booth opposite turnstile 6.

What is the process for supporters looking to bring flags into the stadium?
Speak to a steward on arrival to ensure placement doesn’t overhang advertising board.


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