AFC Wimbledon players tour construction site at Plough Lane stadium


Since 2002, when the English soccer side AFC Wimbledon reformed into the Football League its fans have been working hard to regain a proper home stadium, and the fruition of that effort can now be seen with construction on its new venue taking shape.

Manager Glyn Hopkins and members of the first-team went behind the scenes at the Plough Lane construction site in Wimbledon, south London, where crews are working hard to get the 20,000-seater stadium (although 10,000 seats will be built in its first phase) ready for completion by 2021.

The stadium has been designed by KSS Architects and is being built on the site of the old Wimbledon Greyhound racetrack, which is only a short distance from the original Wimbledon FC’s old Plough Lane home. The project has been built using funds raised by the fans

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