Are AFC Wimbledon moving back to Plough Lane?
AFC Wimbledon fans returned to Plough Lane on the weekend ( PA). AFC Wimbledon fans’ returned to Plough Lane for the first time on the weekend after being away from the club for three decades. The historic match saw emotion across the stadium as fans cheered on their home team following 30-years away from Wimbledon.
Who plays at Plough Lane stadium?
AFC WimbledonCherry Red Records Stadium / TeamAFC Wimbledon is an English professional football club, based in Merton, London, which, during the 2021–22 season, played in the EFL League One, the third tier of the English football league system, after which the club was relegated to the EFL League Two. The club’s home stadium is Plough Lane. Wikipedia
How many away fans does Plough Lane hold?
Away fans are housed in the North Stand which has a capacity of 1,465. The entrance is Gate 7 which is accessible via via St Martin’s Way and Maskell Road.
Does John Green still sponsor AFC Wimbledon?
AFC Wimbledon The Nerdfighter Community is the back of shorts sponsor for the club, with DFTBA on every pair of shorts the team wears, and since the 2014-2015 season, John and Sarah have sponsored the club’s North Stand, now the John Green stand.
Who owns AFC Wimbledon stadium?
Welcome to the official website of AFC Wimbledon AFC Wimbledon Limited is 100 per cent owned by AFCW PLC. Wimbledon Football Club Supporters Society Limited, a supporters’ trust generally known as The Dons Trust, owns 74.1% of the total shares in AFCW PLC and 83.6% of the votes in AFCW PLC.
Where is Wimbledons home ground?
Cherry Red Records StadiumAFC Wimbledon / Arena/Stadium
Why did Wimbledon leave Plough Lane?
In 1991, following the publication of the Taylor Report recommending all-seater grounds for top-flight clubs, Wimbledon left Plough Lane to groundshare with nearby Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park — an originally temporary arrangement that ended up lasting over a decade.
Who owns Wimbledon FC?
The Dons Trust
AFC Wimbledon Limited is 100 per cent owned by AFCW PLC. Wimbledon Football Club Supporters Society Limited, a supporters’ trust generally known as The Dons Trust, owns 74.1% of the total shares in AFCW PLC and 83.6% of the votes in AFCW PLC.
Can you buy AFC Wimbledon?
Buying match tickets Tickets are usually available to buy from our online ticket shop or by calling the Club’s Ticket Office. For away matches the ticketing arrangements will vary, so please keep an eye on the website for announcements.
Where is Cambridge United football ground?
Abbey StadiumCambridge United F.C. / Arena/Stadium
Who sold Wimbledon FC?
Much to the anger of most Wimbledon supporters, Hammam proposed new locations for the team outside London, including the Irish capital Dublin. He sold the club to two Norwegian businessmen, Kjell Inge Røkke and Bjørn Rune Gjelsten, in 1997 and the following year sold Plough Lane for a supermarket redevelopment.
Who owns AFC Wimbledon?
Where is Charlton football ground?
Charlton Athletic FCCharlton Athletic F.C. / Arena/Stadium
Why are clubs called Rovers?
Rovers. A similar story to Rangers is in play for Rovers, with the suffix being given to clubs that moved from ground to ground.