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New iFollow Record For Town's Win at Gillingham
Tuesday, 11th Jan 2022 16:56

Town sold 6,075 iFollow passes for Saturday’s 4-0 win at Gillingham, a record for League One this season.

The total surpassed the 4,616 who bought passes for the Blues’ game at Charlton last month, the previous highest in the division during 2021/22.

The 6,075 was in addition to the 2,073 fans who made the trip to the Priestfield Stadium.

Meanwhile, Town sold their allocation of allocation of 1,100 tickets for the visit to AFC Wimbledon’s Plough Lane on Tuesday 25th January within 30 minutes of seats going on sale to season ticket holders this morning. Those unable to get tickets can watch that match on iFollow.

Tickets for Saturday's game against Bolton Wanderers at the University of Bolton Stadium remain on sale here.


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Schmoke added 17:54 - Jan 11
We. Are. Massive.
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Bluefish11 added 18:02 - Jan 11
I know some of you went to Charlton, but if you are going down the A12 or M11 or going through London in any way to AFC Wimbledon, just be aware of the new Ultra Low Emission rezoning folks. Pay your £12.50 day pass or get an £80 fine. Better still go round M25 over QE bridge and round to J8 and head to Wimbledon, mind out for all the little yellow average speed cams on that A road too. (20 miles longer, 20 minutes quicker, £80 cheaper)

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Roystontown added 18:07 - Jan 11
Should have given us more tickets, including some undercover! Could have also let some more in after 23 minutes when the home fans left!
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essextractorboy93 added 18:14 - Jan 11
Tried getting Wimbledon tickets this morning at 10 or 1 or 2 mins after and had already sold out. Shame I couldnt get a ticket but great support!
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istanblue added 18:32 - Jan 11
BIG club
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ArnieM added 19:12 - Jan 11
Massive
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Nobbysnuts added 19:33 - Jan 11
Is it just me or is this club growing massively???
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Saxonblue74 added 19:53 - Jan 11
Hopefully we can keep up with growth on the pitch too! That was a real treat on a wet Saturday afternoon in January!
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ArnieM added 20:57 - Jan 11
Nobbysnuts: there was always the potential for this Club to “ take off “ and I think Gamechanger recognised that with their due diligence and eventual take over. They’ve done their home work.
From the fans perspective , we can ( at last!!) see real backing, real intent and they’ve set about their business professionally, and without any fuss, from top to bottom in this Club. The fans more than sense it and starved of any real interaction with the clubs previous owner are climbing aboard the “ new era”. Cook was an initial part of this rebuild . He’s brought in some decent players ( he just didn’t know how to get the best out of them). We are now seeing McKenna take over that mantle ….. we move on , and grow.

I truly believe under Gamechanger this Club will aspire to levels we could only have dreamed of, we are in the infancy of that change .
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churchmans added 22:02 - Jan 11
@BLUEFISH11 great info thanks!
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Europablue added 08:05 - Jan 12
ArnieM Gamechanger are great for us in the short to medium term, it all depends on who they sell us to when they cash in.
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Jugsy added 10:25 - Jan 12
Great support of course, but that's always been there - don't think that's reflective of the new owner or recent changer. I struggled for the last few years to get AFC Wimbledon tickets because it always sells out quick, most times it's been midweek too! I once bought home tickets but the data crunchers got me and refunded my tickets 2 days before the game...
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