© 2020 BBC. 2019/2020 AFC Wimbledon . Although the absence of a ground in Milton Keynes meeting Football League criteria meant that the club were unable to physically move for over a year, major organised protests at the decision continued to be held by Wimbledon's traditional local support and a boycott of the club's home matches at Selhurst Park meant attendances dwindled immediately. to Milton Keynes in 2003. The new ground will be only 250 yards (230 m) away from the original Plough Lane (1912–98), Wimbledon's home from 1912 until 1991. En 2011, l'AFC Wimbledon remporte la finale des play-offs aux pénalties contre Luton (0-0, 4-3tab) et monte en 4eme division anglaise, la Football League 2. The Dons Trust is an industrial and provident society registered with the Financial Services Authority as "Wimbledon Football Club Supporters' Society Limited". such as John Fashanu, Dave Beasant, Efan Ekoku, Neil Sullivan, Dave Bassett, Wally Downes, Marcus Gayle, Neal Ardley, Alan Kimble, Andy Thorn, Roger Joseph, Dickie Guy, Allen Batsford, Roger Connell, Ian Cooke, Roy Law and Steve Galliers. AFC Wimbledon Ladies switched affiliation from Wimbledon F.C. Manager Terry Eames was suspended on 13 February 2004 and sacked five days later on the grounds of gross misconduct, after evidence was produced which showed him to have firstly made unauthorised and untrue representations to a number of the coaching staff, secondly, that he had falsely informed members of the coaching staff that the club had decided not to support his plans for youth football and required him to make immediate budgetary cut-backs and thirdly that he dispensed with the services of members of the coaching staff citing untrue reasons. They played four league games at the ground before departing at the end of October. Les fans et le site internet officiel du club revendiquent, assez logiquement, le passé du Wimbledon FC jusqu'en mai 2002. Membership of WOPA is open to all former Wimbledon F.C. [17], In 2003–04, AFC Wimbledon won their first 21 league games before a 2–2 draw against Sandhurst Town on 10 January 2004, giving them 32 consecutive wins in league games over two seasons. The 2015–16 season was AFC Wimbledon's fifth consecutive season in League Two. The fixture was scheduled for 30 May 2016, exactly 14 years to the day since the club's foundation. [65], On 14 May 2020 the club released a new, slightly modified, official club crest to mark 32 years since the 1988 FA Cup victory, as well as the forthcoming opening of the new stadium at Plough Lane.[66]. [50] The two sides met once again on 7 October 2014, with AFC Wimbledon achieving a first 3–2 win over their rivals in the second round of the Football League Trophy following a late goal from Adebayo Akinfenwa. Adebayo Akinfenwa a joué pour des équipes telles que Wycombe Wanderers, AFC Wimbledon, Gillingham, Northampton Town. Statistiques complètes de l'effectif du AFC Wimbledon lors de la saison 2020/2021. Stade: Plough Lane 9.300 Places. These statistics incorporate results for league matches (including Play-off matches) and results in all major League Cup competitions (including the Combined Counties League Premier Challenge Cup, the Isthmian League Cup, the Conference League Cup, the Football League Cup and the Football League Trophy) as well as results in the FA Vase, the FA Trophy and the FA Cup. L'AFC Wimbledon est un club de football anglais basé à Kingston upon Thames, dans le sud-ouest de Londres.Il évolue en League One (troisième division anglaise) depuis sa promotion en 2016.. Upon their foundation in 2002, AFC Wimbledon entered into a ground–sharing arrangement with Kingstonian to play home fixtures at Kingsmeadow in the neighbouring borough of Kingston upon Thames. AFC Wimbledon - Voici l’aperçu du club de League One, comprenant ses stats, ses valeurs de transfert, ses matchs, son actualité et les rumeurs le concernant. This was met with protests from Kingstonian fans, as the club would be left without a home ground of their own. Total. [42], In the 2013–14 season, a match involving AFC Wimbledon was at the centre of a failed match-fixing plot. [18] Assistant manager Nick English took charge with immediate effect. The club has since been promoted six times in 13 seasons, going from the ninth tier (Combined Counties Premier) to the third (League One). To mark their first game in the Football League on 6 August 2011 against Bristol Rovers, the team wore a white and blue commemorative kit which was based on that worn by the original Wimbledon F.C. [13] In order to assemble a competitive team at very short notice, AFC Wimbledon held player trials on 29 June 2002 on Wimbledon Common, open to any unattached player who felt he was good enough to try out for the team. [25] The Dons once again reached the final of the Surrey Senior Cup, however, this time they were narrowly defeated 1–0 by Kingstonian in a fiercely contested derby. Lors de son tout dernier match, AFC Wimbledon a joué contre la formation et la rencontre a fini avec un résultat de 1 - 1. [35], The 2009–10 season was the club's first in the Conference Premier. In March 2003 the Dons Trust members voted to purchase part of the lease for Kingsmeadow and in June 2003 the contract for buying the lease to the stadium was agreed with Rajesh Khosla;[92] £3 million needed to be raised. For its origins, see, Association football club based in south London, England, For a statistical breakdown by season, see, For a list of all AFC Wimbledon players with articles on Wikipedia, see, For a more detailed account of the club's records and statistics, see, Player of the year, club captains and top scorers, Current academy and youth development staff, Marc Jones, designer of first 3 kits worn by AFC Wimbledon, Relocation of Wimbledon F.C. [101] Samuelson retired in 2019;[102] he was replaced by the club's former COO, Joe Palmer. [52] AFC Wimbledon finished the season in a mediocre 15th place after a disappointing run of form saw them finish the season without a win in their last eight league fixtures. Founded 2002 Address 422a Kingston Road KT1 3PB Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Country England Phone +44 (208) 547 3528 Fax +44 (208) 974 5713 E-mail info@afcwimbledon.co.uk. [27] However, this punishment was eventually reduced to a three-point deduction and a £400 fine on appeal, after the FA finally acknowledged that the club had made a simple administrative error. Register Now Register Register. forbade any right of appeal against the decision. [5] They are the first club formed in the 21st century to make it into the Football League. Despite getting the season off to a mediocre start, the Dons finished the season strongly, winning seven out of their last 10 league matches to ensure that the club would confirm their highest ever League Two finish of seventh place and qualification to the 2016 Football League play-offs. On 1 May 2010, AFC Wimbledon's Community Football Scheme was awarded the FA Charter Standard Community Club Award, the highest graded award attainable in the FA Charter Standard Club Programme, in recognition of the club's outstanding coaching facilities in the local community. One of AFC Wimbledon's main rivals have been Crawley Town. [33], AFC Wimbledon spent most of the 2008–09 season near the top of the league table, eventually finishing as champions and earning promotion to the Conference Premier after defeating St Albans City 3–0 on 25 April 2009. The Dons faced fifth placed Fleetwood Town in the play-off semi-finals, whom they went on to thrash 8–1 on aggregate. The Official AFC Wimbledon Facebook page. Le club est fondé en 2002 par des supporters du Wimbledon FC alors que celui-ci est en instance de relocalisation à Milton Keynes, à près de 97 kilomètres au nord du quartier de Wimbledon. Since Wimbledon's 2016 promotion into League One, they have not met in a competitive competition. [93], At the end of the 2011–12 season, AFC Wimbledon commenced work on building a new 1,000 capacity all-seater stand to replace the existing Kingston Road End. 2,15 mio. [20], Dave Anderson was appointed as new manager on 11 May 2004. [19] AFC Wimbledon also won the league's Premier Challenge Cup after beating North Greenford United 4–1 in the Final on 30 April 2004, completing a double for the season. [87], In 2015, AFC Wimbledon agreed plans to sell Kingsmeadow to Chelsea in order to help finance their plans to move to a new stadium in Merton. [77] The replay took place at Kingsmeadow on 17 January 2017, with Sutton winning 3–1.[78]. Accepting the award, Erik Samuelson, chief executive of AFC Wimbledon stated: This club's achievements show that a co-operatively owned football club can be faithful to its high ethical standards, keep a keen focus on community involvement, be financially sustainable – and still be successful on the pitch. The club was recognised for the honour because it offers a wide range of community development schemes including 19 youth and women's teams, school health and sport projects (hundreds of children a week participate in the outreach schemes provided) and a range of innovative activities, including a stadium school to help children get to grips with maths by using football as a teaching aid.[106]. The home of AFC Wimbledon on BBC Sport online. The 2014–15 season saw AFC Wimbledon face Milton Keynes Dons once again in a competitive fixture on 12 August 2014 in the first round of the Football League Cup, with MK Dons eventually winning the match 3–1. Most of the Wimbledon F.C. Until 2017, AFC Wimbledon groundshared with Kingstonian with the Dons being the landlords and Kingstonian the tenants since the summer of 2003; before then the roles were reversed. [34] The match set an attendance record of 4,722 for Kingsmeadow stadium, which at that time was full capacity. [37] This aggregate scoreline set a record as the largest winning margin recorded since the Conference Premier first introduced the play-off system at the beginning of the 2002–03 season. Since its inception in 2002, AFC Wimbledon had stated that one of its primary aims was to return to Merton, with a new stadium close to what it regards as its "spiritual home" of the original Plough Lane, where the original Wimbledon F.C. Latest videos. ... 2020/2021 AFC Wimbledon . [103], The club places great emphasis on its role as a social focus for the entire local community, and part of this role is to offer the chance to play football to all. After fluctuating form they eventually reached the play-offs after a 1–0 win against Anderson's former club, Hendon, on 22 April 2006. AFC Wimbledon's shirts have been sponsored by computer games developers Sports Interactive since the club's inception in 2002. € Valeur totale + AFC Wimbledon AFC Wimbledon U21 AFC Wimbledon … [71] Other club sponsors include Reston Waste and author/YouTube celebrity John Green. Read full article. until 2017, and with Chelsea F.C. Overall the Dons finished eighth, 14 points short of the play-off zone. * Terry Eames was suspended as manager on 13th February for disciplinary reasons, but was not officially dismissed until 18th February 2004. This is not to be confused with Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association (WISA) although WISA has as one of its stated constitutional aims "to purchase shares in AFC Wimbledon's holding company". AFC Wimbledon have never shared a league with Sutton United, but due to the geographical proximity the two clubs share a friendly rivalry. Prédictions et Conseils de Paris de Football. Hosking continues to be an avid supporter of AFC Wimbledon and demonstrated as such when she painted her fingernails in the club's royal blue and yellow colours for the Olympic final at Dorney Lake on 4 August 2012. The club look to encourage a healthy and active lifestyle for both Primary and Secondary school children through football and a range of other sports. Hodges was then named his permanent replacement.[115]. The work increased the stadium capacity to approximately 4,850 with 2,265 seats. player Terry Eames, who was appointed on 13 June 2002. The internal club hearing investigated three charges against Eames; that he made unauthorised and untrue representations to a number of the coaching staff, that he falsely informed members of the coaching staff that the club had decided not to support his plans for youth football and required him to make immediate budgetary cut-backs, and that he dispensed with the services of members of the coaching staff citing falsified reasons. [36], In 2010–11 AFC Wimbledon finished as runners-up of the Conference Premier, qualifying for the play-offs. Shortly after the club's 1–0 loss against Dagenham & Redbridge on 26 November 2013, businessmen Krishna Ganeshan and Chann Sankaran and three Whitehawk players—Michael Boateng, Moses Swaibu and Hakeem Adelakun—were charged with conspiracy to commit bribery over a failed plot to fix the game.