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You can relive the history of AFC Wimbledon through decades of newspaper headlines.
- Updated with the 2021/22 season!
- Personalise with any Name and Message
- Handbound hardback covers with more than 140 pages of newspaper content
- A3 and A4 editions with colour pages available from 2006 onwards
- Option to present in a luxurious gift box for long-term protection
- Incredible newspaper coverage from 1962 to the present day
Relive the history of AFC Wimbledon through newspaper clippings in this personalised AFC Wimbledon book. With coverage beginning in 1962, the year the Dons won the Isthmian League, this magnificent piece of AFC Wimbledon memorabilia takes you through decades of history, revisiting all the key moments from Plough Lane, Kingsmeadow and beyond, right up until the present day.
The history of Wimbledon football is a complex one, not least because it is split between two different entities. The original Wimbledon’s rise to the top was nothing short of meteoric. Only joining the Football League in 1977, nine years later they were playing top flight football, thanks to three promotions in four years. But Sam Hammam’s self-styled “Crazy Gang” weren’t done there. The perennially defiant side featuring Vinnie Jones, Dennis Wise, John Fashanu and Lawrie Sanchez defeated league champions Liverpool in the 1988 F.A. Cup final courtesy of a now-legendary penalty save by Dave Beasant. The match would be remembered as one of the biggest cup final upsets of all time. This version of Wimbledon FC would be officially laid to rest in 2004, when the club, now relocated to Milton Keynes, changed its name accordingly. In response, Wimbledon supporters founded a new club, AFC Wimbledon. Working its way up through the division, the team went 78 league games unbeaten, earning six promotions, and entering the Football League in 2011, the first club formed in the 21st century to do so.
Take a look at the contents to see which historic moments are captured.
Your Personalised Wimbledon Memorabilia
Our books are available in a variety of covers and can be customised accordingly. Each book features your recipient’s name and a special certificate message of your choice printed on the opening title page. A luxury gift box is also an option for long-term protection.
Check your personalisation: accents and other symbols cannot be used unless otherwise stated.
Football Book Cover Options
Along with the black and white reprinted reports, all editions include colour pages, where available from 2006 onwards:
- A4 Cover in Brown Hardback – Any name can be embossed on the cover for £5.
- A3 Cover in Brown Leatherette – Any name can be embossed on the cover for £5.
- A3 Cover in Black Luxury Leather – Any name is embossed on the cover for FREE.
Our Personalised Football Books are unofficial products and are in no way affiliated with any football club unless specifically stated.