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Matchday guide: FA Women's Cup

31 May 2014

Car parking, shuttle bus, ticket prices - all you need to know ahead of Sunday’s FA Women’s Cup Final.

Car parking
Car parking spaces will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Parking for cars and mini-buses is priced at £7. Groups wishing to arrive by coach are asked to contact the Club in advance by emailing info@mkdons.com.

Visitors with a blue badge will be parked for free at the stadium.

It should be noted that the majority of accessible parking is located on the East of the stadium site, accessed via Saxon Street.

Please also note regular MK Dons seasonal car parking passes are not permitted for this game.

Shuttle Bus
The Matchday Express Shuttle Bus will not be running a service for this fixture.

Gates
Gates open at midday. Supporters visiting stadiummk for the first time are advised to read the Club's Customer Charter which can be found here

Tickets
Tickets are currently priced at £6 for adults and £3 for concessions, while a family ticket (two adults and two children) can be bought for £15. Ticket prices will increase on the day of the game to £10 for adults and £5 for concessions, while a family ticket will increase by £5.

Tickets are available to buy online by clicking here, by calling the MK Dons Box Office (open 9.30am-2pm on Saturday and from 9.30am on Sunday) on 01908 622900 or visiting the Box Office at stadiummk/the kiosk in thecentre:mk (open 10am-5pm on Saturday and from 11am on Sunday).

Ticket collections
Ticket collections will take place at Gate 6

red dot bar
Located between the Hotel Reception and MK Dons Football Club Reception, the red dot bar is open to supporters from 11am and will also be open post-match.

There will be alcohol sales in the stadium’s concessions throughout the afternoon.

Programme
The official match programme will be available to buy from programme sellers around the ground, priced at £3.



Supporters can also pick up a free copy of She Kicks magazine with their matchday programme.

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