AWAY DAY GUIDE | Plough Lane


This will be Charlton supporters’ first trip to Plough Lane, or what is now known as the Cherry Red Records Stadium (which was, somewhat confusingly, also the name of Wimbledon's former home in Kingston) with the Addicks’ previous venture to south-west London last season played behind closed doors.

Charlton supporters will be housed in the Cherry Red Records Stand of AFC Wimbledon’s modern arena, which is the ground’s north stand. This can be accessed via Gate 7 from St Martin’s Way or Maskell Road.


A food park outside the ground offers several different types of cuisines from local food businesses, while various takeaways can be found on the approach to Plough Lane. Food is also available on the concourse within the away end.


The Earslfield and The Halfway House - both adjacent to Earlsfield train station and a 15-minute walk down Garratt Lane to the visitors’ turnstiles – are the designated pubs for away fans.

If purchasing drinks inside the stadium, supporters should be aware that AFC Wimbledon have implemented a reusable beer cup scheme to replace all single use plastic pint cups. Once fans have finished their drink, they are required to put these cups within the reusable cup bins located around the stadium.


There are limited parking options available, with no spaces inside the ground and Controlled Parking Zones in the local area. Some nearby streets are free to park from 4.30pm onwards, but check any signage before leaving your car.

Public car parks are available in the centre of Wimbledon, around a 30-minute walk from the ground. These include Broadway car park on Russell Road (SW19 1QG), St George’s Road car park (SW19 4EA), and Queens Road car park (SW19 8LN).

Where possible, supporters are advised to travel by public transport.


The stadium is well served by public transport links, with Earlsfield Station (trains to Waterloo and the South West), Haydons Road (Thameslink and Southern trains to the South Coast, Central London and Hertfordshire) and Tooting Broadway (London Underground, Northern Line) all within walking distance.


AFC Wimbledon's matchday programme is titled 'BTPL' (Back to Plough Lane) and is available around the ground for £3.


All tickets in the away end are SOLD OUT for Tuesday evening's game.

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