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AFC Wimbledon: Ticket Details and Travel
AFC Wimbledon v FC United of Manchester Saturday 4 August 2007 Kick Off 3pm
This game is to be played at The Fans’ Stadium, Kingsmeadow, Jack Goodchild Way, 422a Kingston Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 3PB
Admission is pay on the gate. Prices are:
Â£3 Under 16s
Under 16s Free (under 12s must be accompanied by an adult)
On police advice there will be segregation on the terraces but the stand will be mixed.
Following a number of requests, AFC Wimbledon have decided to sell tickets in advance for the friendly game on 4th August.
The credit card hotline will not be open. Instead you can buy tickets by calling 020 8547 3528 between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on weekdays. Tickets will also be sold to personal callers within the same hours. Please note that the tickets are not yet printed and so, if you want to take them away, please wait until next week.
Directions to the ground
From the one way system, and take Richmond Road (A308) towards Kingston Hospital. Turn right onto Cambridge Road (A2043), and Kingsmeadow is less than a mile on the right.
From Central London:
Take the A3 out of London, exiting at New Malden/Worcester Park. Cross over the A3, and take the Malden Road (A2043) towards Kingston. Follow this to the next roundabout. Take the first exit into Kingston Road (A2043 still) and Kingsmeadow is one mile on the left.
From Outside London:
M25 Junction 10, take the A3 northbound into 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 Kingsmeadow is one mile on the left.
FC United are running an official coach to this game. There are curently no places available.
The coach will depart from Chorlton Street at 7am and return after the game.
Norbiton is less than a mile from Kingsmeadow. Trains run from Waterloo every 15 minutes via Clapham Junction and Wimbledon (terminating at Shepperton or Strawberry Hill). Leave the station via the back exit, and take the first left onto Norbiton Avenue. Turn right at the end onto Gloucester Road, and walk down to Kingston Road, turn left, and Kingsmeadow is 400 yards on the right.
If you are disabled or with very young children (or maybe just carrying a big banner), you could take the train to Kingston and take the bus the rest of the way.
131: Kingston - New Malden - Raynes Park - Wimbledon.
You can take the 131 from Wimbledon Station or Kingston Town Centre, which stops right outside the ground.
Events for the weekend
Kingsmeadow Live, AFC Wimbledon’s live comedy and music venue, is proud to announce the following events for the weekend of Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th August, to coincide with our annual pre-season friendly.
Comedy@Kingsmeadow returns for one night on Friday 3 August, the night before the FC United of Manchester pre- season friendly, before the club relaunches in September.
We expect demand to be high for this gig so we strongly advise booking tickets in advance. Call our booking line on 020 8547 3335 or e-mail email@example.com.
More about the gigâ€¦.
Friday 3 August
Martin Coyote, Paddy Lennox, Barrie Hall and Lee Hume
Doors open 8.00pm, show starts 9.00pm, bar closes midnight
Admission: Â£6 (advance) /Â£8 (door)
Special offer: Book in advance and get your ticket plus dinner for the bargain price of Â£10!
Martin Coyote (Closing Act)
For eight years Martin Coyote has been a pivotal member of the Comedy Store’s flagship topical show, The Cutting Edge. He is a prolific writer of challenging and thought provoking gags.
Exuding a warmth and laddish charm, he generates an equally glowing response from his audiences. They genuinely like him. Even the most hardened hecklers seek his approval.
His talents are diverse. Equally at home with the mainstay circuit gigs as with the major comedy venues, on television or on radio, Coyote is a force to be reckoned with. Credits include. ’Bring Me The Head Of Light Entertainment.’ (Channel Five) ’Loose Talk’ (Radio One) ’Comedy Network’ (Radio One) ’The Treatment’ (Radio Five Live). He also supported Lee Hurst on his three highly successful UK tours.
’Criminally underrated. A truly great writer and performer.’ Time Out
’Great topical one-liners. Will make you laugh a lot.’ Radio Five Live
’Unhinged, quick witted, slightly sinister. But always worth going to see.’ London Evening Standard
’Coyote is a safe pair of hands, guaranteed to deliver a quality set.’ www.chortle.co.uk
Paddy Lennox (Opening Act)
Irish comedian and actor Paddy Lennox first burst on to stage as a Stand-Up in 2001 only to be interrupted with a couple of comedies at the Shakespeare Globe Theatre and filming in far off lands, before returning to his new found passion. An engaging and instantly likeable comic, Paddy combines topical material with observational routines. "Simply a scream" Belfast Telegraph.
Barrie Hall (Compere)
Sophisticated Geordie comedian, Barrie Hall is one of the performers in new Channel 4 comedy sketch series Experimental. He also appears in BBC 1’s new entertainment show, Spy TV hosted by Ian Wright.Barrie performs stand up comedy regularly all around the country. Equally at home performing extended sets or as compere, he performed at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe in his own sell-out stand up show.
â€˜Hall’s performance is a tour de force’ Time Out
â€˜Bladder-aching hilarity, a gem amongst the crud’ City Life
â€˜Achingly funny and hilariously offbeat’ The List
â€˜Highly entertaining stand up’ Metro
â€˜Comic fantasy with a dark tinge’ The Times
Lee Hume (New Act)
Another new act gets 10 minutes on stage to try and prove he has what it takes to make it as a stand up comedian.
On Saturday night, Kingsmeadow Live, our live music venue, presents another of our unsigned indie nights, featuring bands that support both AFC Wimbledon and FC United of Manchester. We expect to have at least three bands, possibly four. This event is free for supporters who attend the game. A ticket will be issued at the turnstiles
There are two bands confirmed for the gig on 4th August:
Last Chance Sunday (FCUM supporters) http://www.myspace.com/lastchancesunday
The Comcomcommas (AFCW supporters) http://www.myspace.com/thecomcomcommas
Both gigs will take place in the back bar at The Fans’ Stadium- Kingsmeadow, where the bar is open from 8pm till late. Keep an eye on www.kingsmeadowlive.com for confirmed line-ups. We reccommend booking tickets in advance as demand should be high, either call 020 8547 3335 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Match Day Poster
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First Posted ~ 09:46 Wed 1 Aug 2007
News ID ~ 1059
Last Updated ~ 17:14 Fri 11 Oct 2013