AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon

AFC Wimbledon are based in Kingston and play in League Two. The club was founded in 2002 after Wimbledon FC relocated to Milton Keynes. Starting in the Combined Counties League, they were promoted five times in nine years to reach the Football League. They play their home games at Kingsmeadow and their nickname is the Dons.

 

AFC Wimbledon star believes Neal Ardley's recovery methods will pay dividends in race for the play-offs

Dons winger is confident players have the stamina for marathon League Two season

AFC Wimbledon overcome Chelsea fear factor as date with FA Youth Cup destiny beckons

Academy chief Mark Robinson says Dons U18s were apprehensive when the draw was made but have since learned to cope with the big-game nerves

AFC Wimbledon loanee Kelle Roos hoping to make a big impact in time for clash with Bristol Rovers

Goalkeeper Roos eager for first team chance ahead of trip to Rovers

AFC Wimbledon striker Tom Elliott wants to re-ignite playoff mission at promotion rivals Bristol Rovers

Dons forward confident ahead of clash with play-off rivals Rovers

Chelsea purchase of AFC Wimbledon's Kingsmeadow to be confirmed later this month

Dons chief executive says announcement of the deal should come in February with League Two side set to build a 20,000-seater arena and return home to Merton

Lyle Taylor reckons his AFC Wimbledon hot-streak 'lit a fire' in the Dons forward line

Striker has reached double figures but says he's not the only one firing on all cylinders at Kingsmeadow these days

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AFC Wimbledon hotshot hoping to keep the shirt for Bristol Rovers trip after Yeovil Town strike

Dons midfielder notched his first senior goal in Saturday’s 3-2 home defeat by Yeovil in what was just his sixth appearance

Neal Ardley hails goalkeeping coach after AFC Wimbledon sign Derby goalkeeper on loan

The 23-year-old joined the Rams in January 2014 and has been understudy to Lee Grant during his time at the iPro Stadium

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley won't be gambling on any Premier League starlets on transfer deadline day

Yeovil’s Everton loanee Liam Walsh gave Ardley a taste of what he might get from such a scenario on Saturday

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Neal Ardley admits AFC Wimbledon's home form must improve after Yeovil Town loss

The 3-2 defeat marked the third time this season Dons had emerged pointless at Kingsmeadow

AFC Wimbledon star Adebayo Akinfenwa feels like a father to blossoming Dons strikeforce

Experienced campaign taking Neal Ardley's younger forwards under his wing at Kingsmeadow as the goals start to flow in promotion push

AFC Wimbledon winger warns Yeovil Town the Dons won't take their foot off the gas after remarkable run

Andy Barcham is back firing and part of a side that has notched up four straight wins

AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jon Meades glad to put Oxford United injury hell behind him at Kingsmeadow

Dons utility man suffered a career-threatening injury at the Kassam but is closing in on the 30-apperance mark this term after a clean campaign on the injury front

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley could still bring in more January signings despite stunning League Two run

Dons have notched four straight victories for the first time in Ardley's reign

AFC Wimbledon defender draws comparisons with Brentford League Two title-winning side

Defender Karleigh Osborne knows what it takes to win promotion to League One

Neal Ardley urges AFC Wimbledon squad to 'bottle' the winning feeling after Notts County triumph

Manager watched Tom Elliott and Andy Barcham make it four Dons wins on the trot

AFC Wimbledon signing challenged to earn extended contract after penning short-term deal

Former Watford midfielder Connor Smith signs until the end of the current campaign

Notts County is a happy hunting ground for AFC Wimbledon centre-back Karleigh Osborne

Big defender was never been beaten by County during past trips with Brentford

AFC Wimbledon won't be held to ransom in transfer window

Neal Ardley has revealed he is happy to stick rather than twist if necessary

David Beckham is the benchmark for AFC Wimbledon winger

George Francomb grew up watching former Manchester United hero's free-kick taking

Portsmouth invite AFC Wimbledon to follow up interest in striker Matt Tubbs

Pompey manager Paul Cook has responded to Wimbledon's pursuit of the former Bournemouth hitman this January

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Lyle Taylor does not try to be AFC Wimbledon's 'Mr Angry' but admits that fire sometimes helps

Striker likes to play on the edge and believes his passion makes him a goal threat

Former Brentford defender ready to repay Neal Ardley's faith in him at AFC Wimbledon

Honest Karleigh Osborne believes he has turned the corner after a rocky start

AFC Wimbledon star delighted to silence Mansfield Town defender at Kingsmeadow

Dons ace Lyle Taylor savours 3-1 victory after fiery encounter with Nicky Hunt

Portsmouth striker interests AFC Wimbledon this January

Neal Ardley would go back for former striker if the price is right this month

AFC Wimbledon boss Neal Ardley admits tactical tinkering was key to Mansfield victory

Dons chief admitted he got his first-half formation wrong before saluting his boys for a terrific second-half turnaround

Neal Ardley's half-season debrief with AFC Wimbledon squad

Dons boss looks ahead to the second-half of their League Two campaign

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