Kingsmeadow or The Cherry Red Records Stadium for sponsorship purposes is the home ground of AFC Wimbledon and Kingstonian FC. First opened in 1989, the 4,850 capacity ground consists of less than 50% seats and heading into the 2014/2015 season is the smallest stadium in League Two. AFC Wimbledon - Kingsmeadow Stadium Info. The Cherry Red Records Stadium has two terraced stands with the Paul Strank Main Stand and the John Green Stand being all seated. The gradient on the Your Golf Travel and Chemflow terraces allow for good views of the action and there are no supporting pillars throughout the ground. New Plough Lane is a proposed stadium in Wimbledon, southwest London. Once built, it will be the home of AFC Wimbledon. The club has purchased and cleared the site of the former Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium in anticipation of construction. AFC Wimbledon, formed in response to the decision to create the MK Dons from the ashes of Wimbledon Football Club, ply their trade in the Football League, but Kingstonian FC also called Kingsmeadow home from 1989-2017. Kingsmeadow known as the Cherry Red Records Stadium for sponsorship purposes is an association football stadium in the area of Norbiton, Kingston upon Thames, London, which is used for the home matches of AFC Wimbledon and Chelsea Women.
AFC Wimbledon say they need to raise a further £11m by January to complete their new stadium at Plough Lane. 26 Nov; Read more on Dons need further £11m to finish stadium. AFC Wimbledon 1-0 Gillingham. Scott Wagstaff's first-half goal against his former club earns AFC Wimbledon a. AFC Wimbledon Development squad and Academy are the youth teams of professional English association football club AFC Wimbledon. Under the Elite Player Performance Plan EPPP system for youth development, the Academy has been granted Category Three status.
Plough Lane, Wimbledon, is the exciting new stadium development that will provide a significant community and business hub, reatil and commercial space, and conference and private function facilities. Issue 31 of The Historical Don is not for the faint hearted. With pictures, stats and reaction from every game, and the memories of Ben Thatcher, Neal Ardley and Terry Burton, we reprise the disastrous Egil Olsen-inspired relegation season of 1999-2000 when the club's Premier League place was lost forever. Welcome to the Football Ground Guide. Covering 256 football grounds in, England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. The Guide gives you all the information you need when travelling away with your team. Stadium information, ground photos, pubs, parking, by train, ticket prices, directions, maps, and fans reviews, you will find it all in here, plus. AFC Wimbledon Foundation is the charitable arm of AFC Wimbledon Football Club that is founded on the principles of hard work, determination, passion and integrity and is owned by and for its fans. The club are currently based at the Cherry Red Records Stadium, KIngsmeadow, Kingston but will be moving to a new purpose built stadium adjacent to its original ground in Plough Lane, Wimbledon in 2019.
The latest Tweets from AFC Wimbledon @AFCWimbledon. The Official AFC Wimbledon Twitter. Follow the Dons AFCW. London, England. 31/05/2018 · AFC Wimbledon face the prospect of having to wait until midway through the 2019-20 season to move into their new £25million stadium at Plough Lane. The Dons hope the ground will be ready in time for the start of the following campaign, but it. 09/12/2019 · AFC Wimbledon are owned by supporters but a plan has been put forward to sell shares in order to raise money for a new stadium. Photograph: Andrew Vaughan/CameraSport via Getty Images Wimbledon supporters will attend a crucial meeting on Monday evening to discuss a highly emotive proposal to end the. Kwesi faces spell on the sidelines after training ground injury AFC Wimbledon - Official Site 14:57 4-Dec-19. Dons on the Road AFC Wimbledon - Official Site 12:56 4-Dec-19. Young Dons take charge of their own game with great success AFC Wimbledon - Official Site 12:16 4-Dec-19. 25/04/2017 · The complaint is that, in the end, Wimbledon treated Kingstonian as collateral damage in a cold, hard business deal. Another of Wimbledon’s decisions was to rebuild the Kingston Road end, making it all-seater and effectively barring the Kingstonian fans, who.
13/12/2017 · AFC Wimbledon have been given the green light to build a new stadium in their home London borough. Representatives from the League One club, Merton council and developer GRA Acquisitions signed paperwork on Wednesday which means work can start at the site of the old Wimbledon Greyhound Stadium on Plough Lane. 17/11/2015 · AFC Wimbledon have moved closer towards building a new stadium near Wimbledon FC’s original Plough Lane home after the supporters’ trust which owns the club voted overwhelmingly to approve the sale to Chelsea of the club’s current Kingsmeadow ground. Chelsea, whose chairman, Bruce Buck, is in. 13/12/2017 · AFC Wimbledon have received permission to start building a new 11,000-seater ground at their spiritual home of Plough Lane. The League One club can now begin work on the new ground, which is located just 250 yards away from the site of the old Plough Lane stadium where Wimbledon FC. We are a Charter Standard Club with a Ladies First Team, Ladies Reserve Team and 12 girls’ teams. Our aim is to produce good female footballers that will progress to the Ladies first team and stay with us at AFC Wimbledon. 13/12/2017 · AFC Wimbledon can begin construction of their proposed new stadium at Plough Lane after signing an agreement with Merton Council. The League One club were granted planning permission in December 2015 to redevelop Wimbledon greyhound stadium..
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AFC Wimbledon has started work on its new stadium at Plough Lane and hopes to begin playing home matches at the venue by the 2019-20 season. The League One club has been based at Kingsmeadow since 2002 but has been planning to build a larger venue for some time, with the new Plough Lane ground to boast a capacity of between 9,000 and 10,000. Although AFC Wimbledon may be considered by most if not all of their supporters as having previously played at the Plough Lane ground, technically the club that once did so are now known as MK Dons. This article confines itself to a look at the history of Plough Lane and the then Wimbledon FC. Now AFC Wimbledon is going home, back to Plough Lane. This footballing miracle has only been possible because its fans refused to surrender. Just 17 years ago, all seemed lost. Wimbledon’s football club, which had represented its community since 1889, was moved lock, stock, barrel and league place to.
17/11/2015 · The owners of AFC Wimbledon, the Dons Trust, have backed plans to sell the club's Kingsmeadow ground to Premier League side Chelsea. However, the sale is conditional on Wimbledon receiving planning permission to build a new stadium in Merton. The Dons Trust, formed by Wimbledon fans, held a vote on. 13/12/2017 · AFC Wimbledon were today given the go ahead to start building their new £25million stadium at Plough Lane. Wimbledon received permission from Merton Council to begin construction work as the club moved a crucial step closer to a return to its spiritual home. The Dons want to start building the 11,000-seater ground next summer and. AFC Wimbledon play at Kingsmeadow which was owned by Kingstonian F.C. but AFC Wimbledon purchased the stadium off the club and now Kingstonian ground share with AFC Wimbledon. Kingsmeadow has a capacity of 4,850 and has 2,265 seats and is the smallest ground.
James Shea has revealed AFC Wimbledon held a training ground inquest into their inability to defend set-pieces. The Dons have been sloppy at defending corners and free-kicks so far this season and would find themselves higher than 13th in League Two without these errors. 13/12/2016 · YouTube Premium Loading. Get YouTube without the. Skip trial 1 month free. Find out why Close. AFC Wimbledon fans being escorted to the ground ahead of Milton Keynes on Saturday. Football Away Days. Loading. Unsubscribe from Football. Hollywood set to make AFC Wimbledon movie - Emirates FA Cup 2016/17 Special FATV. 23/08/2018 · AFC Wimbledon have confirmed they will have to wait until midway through next season to move into their new £25million stadium at Plough Lane. Standard Sport reported in May that the 11,000-capacity ground was unlikely to be ready for the start of the 2019-20 campaign, which was backed up by Dons chief executive Erik Samuelson on.
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