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2010–11 AFC Wimbledon season

AFC Wimbledon
2010–11 season
Chairman Erik Samuelson
Manager Terry Brown
Conference National 2nd (promoted to League Two for 2011–12 season)
FA Cup Second Round v Stevenage
FA Trophy Second Round v Woking
Top goalscorer League: Danny Kedwell (24)
All: Danny Kedwell (25)
Highest home attendance 4,538 v Fleetwood Town (Conference National Play-off Semi-Final, 11 May 2011)
Lowest home attendance 1,201 v Braintree Town (FA Trophy First Round, 11 December 2010)
Average home league attendance 3,476
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours

The 2010–11 season was the ninth in the history of AFC Wimbledon, their third season in the Football Conference and their second season in Conference National. The club went on to win promotion to the Football League in the historic play-off final against Luton Town on 21 May 2011.[1]

League Table

Pos
Team
Pld
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
Qualification or relegation
1 Crawley Town (C) (P) 46 31 12 3 93 30 +63 105 Promotion to the 2011–12 League Two
2 AFC Wimbledon (P) 46 27 9 10 83 47 +36 90 Qualification to the Conference National Play-offs
3 Luton Town 46 23 15 8 85 37 +48 84
4 Wrexham 46 22 15 9 66 49 +17 81
5 Fleetwood Town 46 22 12 12 68 42 +26 78
6 Kidderminster Harriers 46 20 17 9 74 60 +14 072*
7 Darlington 46 18 17 11 61 42 +19 71
8 York City 46 19 14 13 55 50 +5 71
9 Newport County 46 18 15 13 78 60 +18 69
10 Bath City 46 16 15 15 64 68 −4 63
11 Grimsby Town 46 15 17 14 72 62 +10 62
12 Mansfield Town 46 17 10 19 73 75 −2 61
13 Rushden & Diamonds 46 16 14 16 65 62 +3 057 Club expelled
14 Gateshead 46 14 15 17 65 68 −3 57
15 Kettering Town 46 15 13 18 64 75 −11 056#
16 Hayes & Yeading United 46 15 6 25 57 81 −24 51
17 Cambridge United 46 11 17 18 53 61 −8 50
18 Barrow 46 12 14 20 52 67 −15 50
19 Tamworth 46 12 13 21 62 83 −21 49
20 Forest Green Rovers 46 10 16 20 53 72 −19 46
21 Southport 46 11 13 22 56 77 −21 046
22 Altrincham (R) 46 11 11 24 47 87 −40 44 Relegation to the Conference North/South
23 Eastbourne Borough (R) 46 10 9 27 62 104 −42 39
24 Histon (R) 46 8 9 29 41 90 −49 028*

Updated to games played on 30 April 2011.
Source: Football Conference
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
*Kidderminster Harriers and Histon were deducted five points for submitting misleading financial information.[2]
Rushden & Diamonds were deducted five points for submitting misleading financial information[3] and subsequently expelled from the Football Conference on 11 June 2011.[4] Southport were reprieved from relegation.
#Kettering Town were deducted two points for fielding an ineligible player.[3]
(C) = Champion; (R) = Relegated; (P) = Promoted; (E) = Eliminated; (O) = Play-off winner; (A) = Advances to a further round.
Only applicable when the season is not finished:
(Q) = Qualified to the phase of tournament indicated; (TQ) = Qualified to tournament, but not yet to the particular phase indicated; (DQ) = Disqualified from tournament.

Results summary

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
46 27 9 10 83 47 +36 90 17 3 3 46 15 +31 10 6 7 37 32 +5

Last updated: 21 May 2011.
Source: Soccernet

Match Results

Pre-season Friendlies

Conference National

Conference National Play-offs

FA Cup

FA Trophy

References

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