Harry Chapman reflects on his goal and Town's 1-1 draw with AFC Wimbledon.
Short highlights of Town's 1-1 draw at home to AFC Wimbledon in Sky Bet League One Full match and extended highlights available on iFollow Shrews.
AFC Wimbledon is an English professional football club, currently based in Kingston upon Thames, south west London, which has played in League One, the third tier of the English football league system, since winning promotion in 2016. The club's home stadium is Kingsmeadow, a ground shared with Isthmian League club Kingstonian F.C. until 2017, and with Chelsea Football Club Women from 2017.
AFC Wimbledon Ladies are a women's football team from London. The team currently competes in the FA Women's National League Division One South East.
AFC Wimbledon is an English professional association football club, currently based in Kingston upon Thames, Greater London. The club was formed on 30 May 2002 by supporters of Wimbledon Football Club, led by Kris Stewart, Marc Jones and Trevor Williams who strongly opposed the decision of an independent commission appointed by The Football Association to allow the relocation of Wimbledon F.C. to Milton Keynes, to be subsequently renamed as Milton Keynes Dons.AFC Wimbledon was accepted into the Premier Division of the Combined Counties League for the 2002–03 season.
AFC Wimbledon Development squad and Academy are the youth teams of professional English association football club AFC Wimbledon. Under the Elite Player Performance Plan system for youth development, the Academy has been granted Category Three status.
AFC Wimbledon is an English professional association football club, based in Kingston upon Thames, Greater London. The club was formed on 30 May 2002 by a group of supporters of Wimbledon Football Club, led by Kris Stewart, Marc Jones and Trevor Williams who strongly opposed the decision of an independent commission appointed by the FA to allow the relocation of Wimbledon F.C. to Milton Keynes, who were subsequently reformed as Milton Keynes Dons in 2004.AFC Wimbledon was accepted into the Premier Division of the Combined Counties League for the 2002–03 season.
Wimbledon Football Club relocated to Milton Keynes in September 2003, 16 months after receiving permission to do so from the Football Association on the basis of a two-to-one decision in favour by an FA-appointed independent commission. The move took the team from south London, where it had been based since its foundation in 1889, to Milton Keynes, a new town in Buckinghamshire, about 56 miles to the northwest of the club's traditional home district Wimbledon.
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