Karl Robinson's men make the trip to Swindon Town on Saturday and mkdons.com are here to bring you all the information you need ahead of the game.
County Road, Swindon, SN1 2ED Address:Tickets:
Students (must be in full-time education): £19
Young adults (16-17): £17
Juniors (Under-16s): £12
Wheelchair users: £19 and a free carer
Ambulant disabled: £19 and a free carer Tickets for this match will be on sale from the MK Dons Box Office at
until 5pm on Friday 7th March. Tickets will also be on sale from the MK Dons kiosk at thecentre:mk until 7pm on Thursday 6th March.
After 5pm on Friday 7th March, tickets will only be available to buy from County Ground on the day of the game, except for student tickets. Tickets bought on the day of the game will not be subject to a matchday price increase.
To purchase tickets, visit the MK Dons Box Office at
stadiummk or the kiosk at thecentre:mk, call 01908 622900 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets can also be bought via the Online Ticket Service – click here for season ticket holder/member tickets or click here for non-season ticket holder/non-member tickets
. Going by coach?
Official away travel is also available for this fixture, priced at £16 for adults and £15 for seniors, disabled and under-18 supporters.
Season ticket holders and members are entitled to a £1 discount on coach tickets. Coaches will depart
at 12pm. Going by car?
The ground is well signposted in and around Swindon town centre. Just follow signs for 'The County Ground'.
From M4 Junc.15:
Follow the A4259 (Queens Drive) towards Swindon. Go across one roundabout and at the next take the first exit onto the A4312 (signposted Swindon/Football Traffic). You will see the floodlights of the County Ground over on the right, as you approach the large Magic Roundabout. The County Ground is on the corner of this roundabout.
From the North
A419 from Cricklade/Cirencester/M5:
Continue on the A419 until reaching the top of the three-lane stretch of dual-carriageway, which runs uphill. Take the exit at the top of the hill (Lady Lane Junction). At the lights go right, then almost immediately go left at the next set of lights. Follow this road through the next set of traffic lights (passing the Motorola building to the right), then branch left onto the A4311. From here follow this road, heading towards signs for Town Centre. At Transfer Bridges roundabouts turn left at the first and then straight over the second. The County Ground is on the left after the mini-roundabout.
There is some street parking, otherwise park at the cricket club (take County Road off the Magic Roundabout, go past the County Hotel on your right, you will see a small sign further down on your right for football parking, just before the mini roundabout). There is some parking available at the ground itself for a cost of £10.
Accomodation for away fans
Away fans are located in the Arkells Stand on one side of the pitch, where up to 1,200 fans can be housed. This is an older stand with facilities to match, but at least you are under cover. If you are at the back of this stand, there is one supporting pillar which may impair your view of the goal, otherwise it’s fine. There is a small kiosk at the back of stand serving amongst other things a range of pies.
Where to drink?
Away fans are treated to their own bar – ‘Bar 71’ - which is located by the away turnstiles. Other options are the ‘Cricket Club’ which sits behind the Arkells Stand. This is a very friendly club that always welcomes away fans. There’s also ‘The Merlin' on Drove Road, near to the magic roundabout. Alcohol is available within the ground to away fans in the Arkells Stand otherwise, if you arrive early, Swindon town centre is a 15-minute walk away.
Information taken from footballgroundguide.com.