In the summer of 2002, an FA Commission granted permission for a group of businessmen to relocate Wimbledon FC Ltd to Milton Keynes, 70 miles from its history, home and community. Initially devastated at the loss of their club, within a matter of weeks the supporters took a fresh approach by creating their own team.

Backed by the Wimbledon Independent Supporters Association (WISA) and the Dons Trust, AFC Wimbledon was born. Just six weeks later, having obtained a ground, senior status and many hundreds of season ticket applications, the Dons played their first friendly on Wednesday 10th July against Sutton United at Gander Green Lane, in front of a staggering crowd of over 4,500.

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AFC Wimbledon
The official site with news, match reports, squad details, merchandise, ticket information, and an away ground guide.
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This Wikipedia entry includes club information, honours before (as Wimbledon FC) and after 2002, history and records.
AFC Wimbledon Forever
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The Fans' Stadium, Kingsmeadow
This Wikipedia entry gives information on the stadium.
Historical Football Kits: Wimbledon FC
A graphic archive of the club’s football kits by Dave Moor.
UK A - Z Transfers: (MK Dons) Former Wimbledon FC Players
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