After this weekend’s phase one pre-sale window for our season ticket holders and black card members, we can confirm that phase two has now commenced for known home ticket purchasers over the past two seasons, including those who attended Monday’s 2nd Round victory over St Albans City, as well as our community mailing list contacts.

Tickets are selling fast for our eagerly anticipated fixture with over 1,500 FA Cup 3rd Round tickets already sold and so we advise everyone to get their pre-sale orders processed early to avoid any disappointment. The game with AFC Wimbledon is expected to sell out and we will be doing everything in our power to be competitive and cause an upset.


  • In addition to BWFC 2021/22 Adult or OAP season ticket or black card memberships, all of our supporters who have been registered on our Club’s online ticketing platform previously over the last two years will now become eligible for pre-sale tickets from Sunday 12th December at 6pm
  • Tickets have been capped at a maximum of four per person
  • All pre-sale tickets will require your email verification before purchasing, without email address verification you will not be able to gain access to this next phased pre-sale page. Those now eligible should receive an email informing them from our ticketing team, please use the address you are receiving that email on to access pre-sale tickets
  • Once your valid email address has been used, it will no longer then be valid. If for whatever reason the same email address is used more than once for pre-sale access, then all ticket monies will be refunded and tickets withdrawn.

To access pre-sale tickets, please click here.


For any queries regarding pre-sale ticket sales for Wood’s FA Cup 3rd Round match at the LV Bet Stadium Meadow Park against AFC Wimbledon, please contact our ticketing team by emailing or by calling the main club office on 020 8953 5097.

Please note: The main club office is open between the hours of 10am and 4pm on Monday through Friday, excluding bank holidays.



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