AFC Wimbledon play in traditioal blue and yellow Wimbledon shirts and are known by their fans as The Crazy Gang, The Dons and The Wombles. Their current home ground is Kingsmeadow in Kingston upon Thames although long term plans are for a move back to their original home of Merton.
AFC Wimbledon were formed after supporters of Wimbledon opposed the move of their team to Milton Keynes. Formed in 2002 in the Premier Division of the Combined Counties League the club achieved promotion in five of eight seasons, including a run of 78 matches without defeat. By the 2012/13 season the club had reached the Football League, after finishing second in the 11/12 Conference National they won the play-off against Luton Town 4-3 on penalties.
League One club AFC Wimbledon ready themselves for 2016/17 football by unveiling their home and away shirts for the campaign. Posing as the only club within Professional English football to have their kit range supplied by Admiral, AFC Wimbledon have been handed simple yet smart home and away shi [...]
Having signed a new kit deal with Admiral back in February this year, League Two side AFC Wimbledon have officially laucnhed their new home and away kits for the 2014-15 season. Supplied by British brand Admiral, the new home shirt for AFC Wimbledon features the club's trademark royal blue home c [...]
League Two side AFC Wimbledon have officially announced that they have signed a new kit deal with Admiral [...]
AFC Wimbledon is an English club founded in 2002 which has slowly been going up the ranks of the English league system [...]
For their first game in the Football League AFC Wimbledon will wear a replica of the shirt that the original club wore for their first game in the Football League against Halifax Town in 1977; an old Division 4 fixture on Saturday 20th August 1977, the game finished 3-3. 1977 Promotion Shirt [...]
The greatest day in Wimbledon history was the original club's 1-0 win over Liverpool in the FA Cup final of 1988.
AFC Wimbledon currently holds the record of the longest unbeaten run of league matches in English senior football, having played 78 consecutive league games without a defeat between February 2003 and December 2004.