Tickets for the Sky Bet League One fixture at AFC Wimbledon on Saturday 27th April (k.o. 3pm) are now sold out.
Pre-booked tickets can be collected from Adams Park until 1pm on Friday 26th April, or from Wimbledon's stadium from 1.30pm on the day of the game.
POST CODE: KT1 3PB
Using the car? These are the recommended road directions
Head towards London on the M40. Leave the motorway at Junction 1A then take right-hand lane, and then join the M25 anticlockwise following signs to ‘Heathrow’. Continue to Junction 10 and take the A3 northbound towards London. At the exit for New Malden/Worcester Park, turn off and take the left into Malden Road (A2043) towards Kingston Follow this to the next roundabout. Take the first exit into Kingston Road (A2043 still) and the stadium is one mile on the left.
Mileage from High Wycombe = 44 (approx. journey time 1 hour 10 minutes).
Recommended area for car parking
The car park at the Cherry Red Records Stadium is free to use, but can be full up to 90 minutes before kick-off. Street parking is available in the local area, however please park considerately if using local roads.
Using the train?
The nearest railway station is Norbiton which is less than a mile from The Cherry Red Records Stadium. Trains run from Waterloo every 15 minutes via Clapham Junction and Wimbledon. Leave the station via the back exit, and take the first left onto Norbiton Avenue. Turn right at the end onto Gloucester Road. Take a left on to Cambridge Road and walk 400 yards until you reach the stadium on your right. New Malden station is also within walking distance.
Facilities for away fans
The ground capacity is 4,850 (seating for 2,265). Away fans are mostly housed on one side of the Rygas Stand at one side of the pitch. This small shallow terrace is partly covered to the rear and can accommodate up to 675 visiting fans. It is shared with home supporters. Away fans are located towards the John Green Stand side of the terrace and are adequately separated from the home fans. There is also a small flat standing area beside the stand which also leads to the refreshment area and toilets. In addition, 74 seats are made available in the John Green Stand, which is a relatively new covered stand.
Spare time on your hands?
There are two bars inside the main Paul Strank Stand and away supporters are usually admitted. There is not much around the stadium. One option is the “Bricklayers Arms” on Hawks Road, which is around a ten-minute walk from the stadium. To find this pub go along Kingston Road which becomes Cambridge Road. Where the road forks, bear left (signposted Surbiton) into Hawks Road and the pub is down on the right. Another option is to visit Kingston or New Malden town centres – bus number 131 goes past the ground from both towns. On New Malden High Street there is a Wetherspoons outlet called “The Watchman” which is located near to the Fountain roundabout on the 131 bus route.