MK Dons will play their 500th home fixture on Tuesday evening when they face Bristol Rovers in Sky Bet League One.
The Club will celebrate half a millennium of competitive matches in Milton Keynes, dating back to their first-ever home game – their 1-1 draw with Barnsley on 7 August 2004 at the National Hockey Stadium.
That game was one of 82 to take place at the National Hockey Stadium, with the remaining 417 home fixtures being held at Stadium MK.
The Dons’ record across their 499 home games sits at 234 wins, 108 draws and 157 defeats, giving the Club a 46.89% win percentage. They have scored 772 goals and conceded 591 times.
Should Liam Manning’s men be able to mark the occasion with a victory, the Club will also hit another milestone in Milton Keynes – their next home win will be their 200th at Stadium MK.