Kicking off a new membership scheme

For the 2020/21 season, MK Dons are delighted to announce the first ever MK Dons Women’s Membership.

For £35, an adult can bring with them up to ten under-17s for all MK Dons Women home games, including cup competitions. There is also a host of other benefits to being a member, such as discounts on other MK Dons Sports & Education Trust community programmes and newsletters throughout the year.

For the opportunity to become a founding member, email jack.sharp@mkdonsset.com for more details.

Sponsorship

MK Dons Women are always looking for support and new ways to engage with businesses to drive the club forward, and there are a variety of sponsorship opportunities available.

For the smaller business, there are opportunities to become a player sponsor. For a £150, a business can support a player for the season. In return that company will receive memberships, player sponsored substitutions, branding in match day programmes and websites and a visit from the player to the business.

There are bigger sponsorship opportunities within the women’s team available, for more information get in contact.

Last season

MK Dons Women play in the third tier of women’s football, participating in National League Southern Premier Division. With a development team that plays beneath the firsts, MK Dons has a pathway from girls from seven all the way through to the senior side.

Last season, the MK Don Women first team were on course for their highest ever league placing before the season was declared null and void. Last season also saw the club reach the semi-final of the National League Cup as well as the County Cup Final. The development team also reached the semi-final of the Reserve League Cup.

MK Dons Women was only team to play at the same venue as the men’s team in professional football. Being able to play at Stadium MK saw record attendances for the league broken with an average of 850 people attending fixtures.

MK Dons Women play in the third tier of women’s football, participating in National League Southern Premier Division. With a development team that plays beneath the firsts, MK Dons has a pathway from girls from seven all the way through to the senior side.

Last season, the MK Don Women first team were on course for their highest ever league placing before the season was declared null and void. Last season also saw the club reach the semi-final of the National League Cup as well as the County Cup Final. The development team also reached the semi-final of the Reserve League Cup.

MK Dons Women was only team to play at the same venue as the men’s team in professional football. Being able to play at Stadium MK saw record attendances for the league broken with an average of 850 people attending fixtures.

Seasons ahead

MK Dons have utilised the time over lockdown to reflect and make much needed changes to support the further development of the women’s team. The support shown by businesses who want to play a role in the development of female sport is vital.


It is hoped that the season will be up and running by the middle of September. Updates on the women’s team can be found at mkdons.com and at the twitter handle @MKDonsFCWomen.