Dons set to break attendance record


Dons are expecting a record-breaking crowd at stadium:mk next Saturday for the visit of League 1 leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Wolves have already sold out their allocation of 8,800 tickets for the match on Saturday March 29, as in excess of 17,000 tickets have already been snapped up.

Dons’ current attendance record came in 2009 when Leicester City visited for their League 1 fixture. That day, 17,717 were in attendance.

Dons fans are encouraged to purchase their tickets as soon as possible with seats in certain areas expected to be limited as the game draws ever closer.

Under-12s can enjoy the fixture for FREE, while under-18s are priced from £5, seniors from £15 and adults from £20.

If you wish to purchase tickets for the Wolves game you MUST be registered with the MK Dons Box Office database or live in one of the following postcodes: MK, NN, LU, SG, OX, AL, CB, PE or HP.

Individual supporters may purchase up to a maximum of four adult tickets per person.

Any tickets that remain for sale on the day of the game will only be sold to supporters on the database or to those purchasers who reside in the following postcode areas. Those who are not registered on the club database and who purchase on the day must bring photo ID e.g. driving licence or passport accompanied by a utility bill showing proof of home address.

No further tickets will be available for Wolves supporters, who have sold out their allocation.

Away fans are also reminded that the Club has strict vetting procedures and any successful attempt to buy tickets in the home areas will result in those supporters being removed from the stadium without refund.

To purchase tickets, visit the MK Dons Box Office at stadium:mk or the kiosk at thecentre:mk, call 01908 622900 or e-mail Tickets can also be bought via the Online Ticket Service.