A RECORD-breaking travelling support will be in full voice to cheer Dons on in their FA Cup fourth rround game with Queens Park Rangers.
More than 2,000 tickets have been sold ahead of the game at Loftus Road on Saturday - more than their previous record away attendance of 2,005 which came at London Road as Dons took on Peterborough in the League 1 play-off semi-final second leg in 2011.
The match will be Dons’ first experience of the FA Cup fourth round, but won’t be their first of Loftus Road. Last season, Heidar Helguson scored a controversial equaliser late in the day at stadium:mk, forcing the tie back to a replay at Loftus Road.
There, despite Dons having the chances to go ahead, Danny Gabidon’s second half header was enough to knock Karl Robinson’s men out and book QPR a fourth round game against Chelsea. This year, Dons will be out for revenge.
Due to demand, the game has been declared all ticket, meaning supporters must buy their tickets in advance at the MK Dons box office. To book your tickets, call 01908 622900 or visit the box office at stadium:mk.