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Academy Supporters' Draw

MK Dons remain one of the country’s most highly-respected clubs for progressing talented footballers through the Academy.

Star graduate Dele Alli has developed into one of the world’s hottest young talents and is a constant star performer for Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League as well as for England.

Brendan Galloway and Seyi Ojo are also plying their trade in the Premier League, while the likes of Sam Baldock, Tom Flanagan, Adam Chicksen, George C Williams, Liam Kelly are featuring regularly in the EFL for their respective clubs along with current Dons such as Daniel Powell, George Baldock and George B Williams.

In the past two seasons, eight other players have signed professional terms after graduating from the Academy and all of those have made at least one first-team appearance.

The vision for the MK Dons Academy is to continue creating exciting, talented players for first-team football and the Academy Supporters’ Draw is pivotal in generating additional revenue to help the identification, development and coaching of the best home-grown talents of the future.

As well as supporting the youth system, supporters participating in the draw will also stand the chance of winning the price of their Season Ticket back.

For just £12, the scheme is open to all Season Ticket holders aged 16 or over. A £1 Academy Supporters’ Draw cost was added to all Season Ticket holders over 18 who renewed automatically by direct debit, unless they opted out. All entrants will be entered into a monthly draw where one lucky supporter will be selected at random to win back the price they paid for their 2017/18 Season Ticket.

The draws will take place at the first game of each month, with the final draw in April 2018.

You will also receive a regular newsletter with news and interviews from inside the Academy as well as exclusive ticket offers for selected Academy fixtures at Stadium MK.

clubGold, clubPlatinum and clubBlack Season Ticket holders can enter but the prize will be capped at the price of an early renewal adult clubRed Season Ticket.

To show your support for the Club’s future talent, sign up to the Academy Supporters’ Draw by filling out the relevant section on the 2017/18 Season Ticket application form - click here to download!

You can also do so in person at the Box Office at Stadium MK, by calling 033 2005343 or emailing boxoffice@mkdons.com.

 

2017/18 Season Tickets

Adult Season Tickets are priced from £44 a month; over-65s from £28.29 a month and under-21s from £19.38 a month while under-18s are able to enjoy the full 2017/18 campaign from just £3.93 a month. Prices based on one month's payment up front and the remaining cost spread over seven months.

The Under-12s go FREE offer also remains, meaning the Club’s youngest supporters can watch all 23 home league matches in 2017/18 for FREE when they become a Young Dons member.

As well as ensuring you a seat at every one of the Dons’ home league fixtures, 2017/18 Season Ticket holders will be able to redeem a FREE replica home shirt to Don during the campaign if they sign up before 31st August 2017 - click here for more information!

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2017/18 SEASON TICKET BROCHURE

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2017/18 SEASON TICKET APPLICATION FORM

How to buy

  • Call the Box Office on 0333 200 5343
  • Visit the Box Office at Stadium MK in person.

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Callum Brittain has been named the EFL’s Young Player of the Month for September.

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England call an honour for Callum

4 October 2017

On the eve of what could be his international bow for England, Callum Brittain says it was an honour to receive the call to represent his national team.

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Kasumu on first-team start

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