June 19 2013 Latest news:
Former Millwall midfielder Neil Ardley will take his AFC Wimbledon side to The Den after the two side were handed a south London derby in the first round of the Capital One Cup.
The Capital One Cup first round draw has thrown up two tantalising London derbies with Brentford playing host to League Two Dagenham & Redbridge and Millwall to face AFC Wimbledon at The Den.
A fall in the number of people playing football means it is now behind both swimming and athletics as the third-biggest sport in terms of participation, latest figures reveal.
Football League clubs have taken their first step to learning their Capital One Cup first round opponents after the official seedings were announced ahead of Monday’s draw.
Football League clubs have imposed tough new restrictions on overseas loan players, allowing clubs to sign eight foreign loanees per season, play five in a match-day squad and bring in maximum of four from one club.
Club bosses should adapt to a “culture shock” and make sure they do not to blow their huge new TV windfall on players’ wages, a new report has warned.
AFC Wimbledon chief executive Erik Samuelson has urged the Dons to learn from last season’s narrow escape from relegation – and admits player recruitment will be key for next season.
Transfer news: AFC Wimbledon have released midfielder Huw Johnson, manager Neal Ardley has revealed.
Transfer news: AFC Wimbledon have made their first moves of the summer transfer window by signing former Barnet defender Barry Fuller and ex-QPR winger Chris Arthur in the same day.
AFC Wimbledon will have their largest playing budget of their 11-year history, thanks to contributions from their supporters.
With the season drawing to a close, the London24 sports team have compiled their best XI from across the divisions for the team of the year.
AFC Wimbledon striker Charlie Strutton has signed a new two-year contract at the League Two club.
AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley was sorry to miss out on signing former Charlton goalkeeper John Sullivan after the 25-year-old decided to join Portsmouth.
Over three quarters of football fans across Europe have said that they would prefer to have safe standing sections at games.
Wigan Athletic yesterday stunned Manchester City as Ben Watson’s injury-time goal saw them win the FA Cup final with a 1-0 victory at Wembley. City, runners-up in the Premier League had been overwhelming favourites to win, but instead they finished the season without a trophy. Here London24 Sport looks at other FA Cup final shocks.
The Dons used a ridiculous 46 players in their successful mission to avoid relegation from the Football League. Here, Adam Harwood reviews some of those players’ efforts during the campaign.